Swedish online gambling games provider NetEnt revealed Friday that it has converted the majority of its popular games into HTML5, whilst also creating mobile versions of its back catalogue.
In a company statement NetEnt said that the support for Flash media is coming to an end and large browser suppliers have publicly announced they will no longer support that technology.
This has motivated a move to a new technology supported by browsers, and a total of 70 top-performing classic NetEnt titles are now available in HTML5.
The move to HTML5 ensures a better player experience as it delivers better graphics, sounds and animations, NetEnt claims.
Mobile versions of all the upgraded desktop games have also been developed, enabling players to enjoy their favourite games in superior quality whether they are at home or on the go.
Henrik Fagerlund, chief product officer at NetEnt, said: “This is an exciting time as we expand our technological reach and it is crucial we are able to give players the chance to keep playing their favourite games. We recently released upgrades for four of our classic titles: Dracula, Jackpot 6000, Excalibur, Spellcast.
“Given the growth of mobile gaming, we have to continue establishing ourselves as an industry leader by making these advancements and moving with the times.”
Slots segments and Table games (RNG) have been upgraded and newer versions of Video Poker and specific games such as Baccarat will be coming soon, Fagerlund added.