Award-winning casino content developer Realistic Games has re-launched a bigger and better version of its most popular game, Super Graphics Upside Down.
The five-reel Japanese anime-inspired game originally hit the market in 2011 within a virtual slot cabinet in order to capture an arcade authenticity.
Featuring a unique free spins bonus round with upside-down reels, it quickly became a player favourite and has gone on to become the design studio’s most successful ever slot.
But it has now been upgraded into HTML5, giving it a full-screen presentation as well as superior sounds and more immersive graphics.
The slot’s popular female host, Satsuki, is even more animated and has been optimised for mobile users discovering its gameplay for the first time.
Robert Lee, Commercial Director of Realistic Games, said: “Super Graphics is easily our most popular game and what we are renowned for within the industry.
“We are delighted to be able to release an even bigger and better version of the game to ensure it remains as fun as ever to play.”
Super Graphics Upside Down was joined by a three-reel version called Super Graphics Super Lucky in 2015, and there are now plans for a third game in the series later this year.
Lee added: “It would be a shame to give too much away at this stage, but I’m happy to reveal that fans of Satsuki and her waving cat can expect more excitement (and free spins) very soon.”
The upgraded Super Graphics, which can be seen here, follows the launch of Realistic’s recent slot Reel Gambler and its modern take on the classic table game, 3D Roulette.