A match-3 type game monetised for the casino industry, Diamonds is another example of Spigo merging casual with casino.
Built in HTML5, the game can be played across all platforms and features three difficulty levels that allow players of all skill levels to enjoy it. Players make a bet against the house that they can solve the level in front of them, and are rewarded according to the difficulty.
Spigo CEO Kasper Kau said that given the worldwide success of the match3 game type in the past few years, it’s about time that a version was made for iGaming. “It is evident the match3 game type is a success, and Diamonds is a beautiful gem of a game that we think will take igaming by storm,” he said. “The accessibility and familiarity of the game will also allow operators to target new segments of players, which is something we at Spigo offer to our partners.”
Diamonds is the latest casual casino game released by Spigo, following the likes of FreeCell, 7 Solitaire and Yatzy as part of their dynamic portfolio, which also includes slots.