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DUBLIN GAMES DEVELOPER ANNOUNCES NEW PRODUCT
16th February, 2017 at 06:54:37
Kama Games adds Baccarist to its range of social gaming products.
Dublin-based mobile social games developer Kama Games has announced the launch of Baccarist, an all-new 3D Baccarat game and the latest addition to the company's portfolio of iOS and Android social casino titles.
In a company statement, Kama managing director Andrey Kuznetsov revealed that Baccarist has been developed in close partnership with professional consultants from Macau, and comes from the same studio that created social casino hits Pokerist and 3D Blackjack.
Built around a Unity 5 multiplatform engine, Baccarist features 3D graphics, daily bonuses, quests and achievements.
"Baccarat is an extremely popular card game, and one of the bigger challenges was to rebuild the social hype that is happening in real-life," Kuznetsov said. "By working closely with professional Baccarat consultants from Macau to create the most realistic game possible, we are confident that Baccarist will be well-received by players around the world."
He added that his plan is to boost Kama's product offering by rolling out four to five new games in 2017.
Baccarist can be accessed here: http://pokerist.com/98e
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