Microgaming’s Jim is going to Egypt

Surely, everyone who’ll read this news is familiar with Jim. In fact, Microgaming’s explorer made its debut a couple of years ago in Jungle Jim. Back in 2016, many players thought the game was a re-make of Gonzo’s Quest. Yet, no one blamed Microgaming. The truth is their games are available in more jurisdictions than NetEnt. And naturally, it was a wise move to capitalize on the popularity of Gonzo’s Quest. And, of course, the extensive partner network Microgaming has access too.Microgaming s Jim is going to Egypt

But with the release of Jungle Jim and the Lost Sphinx, Microgaming is proving they’re ready to send their explorer on an adventure of their own. In fact, the studios who have already brought us a sequel to Agent Jane Blonde have created another hit game. And they’ve showcased it in Amsterdam at the iGB Live conference. So let’s see what we can tell you about it.

The return of the legend

Microgaming and Stormcraft show that their collaboration sure is a fruitful one this July. Microgaming is so proud of the new game that they’ve completely branded their huge stand to pay tribute to the returning icon.

For now, there’s very little information available on the upcoming title. However, we have it on good authority that it should land in the lobby of top operators like Tonybet, Spin Station, and Spin Rider mid-November. What’s more, is that the new hit will also have 50 paylines. Which is a great improvement from Jungle Jim, who only has 25. For now, the volatility, the max win, and the RTP of the game are still unknown. But it’s normal. After all, the pair are still putting the final touches to a slot that promises a legendary quest. So, stick around to get more details when we get them.