Hidden Valley in 60 fps

Quickspin is in the process of upgrading its slot catalog to HTML5. The game provider Quickspin that is part of the Playtech plc studio has looked over its current game portfolio and decided to leave the old tech behind and start to upgrade the existing library. And this time around its the 2015 release Hidden Valley that got a makeover.

The CEO Daniel Lindberg commented on the upgrade on one of their most popular release by adding. “Now, thanks to HTML5 technology, the game has even better graphics and an even more immersive feel. Combined with a host of engaging features, we’re confident the enhancements to Hidden Valley will mean players will enjoy the latest version even more than the original. Hidden Valley’s relaunch follows the release of several successful titles already this year.”Hidden Valley in 60 fps

In with the new keep the old

So, what does this mean for the players? We think it’s worth mentioning that because the game has gone through a revamp to HTML5, it doesn’t mean you as a fan of the game will suffer. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. You will still have the same game experience only presented in a much more visual and flowing format. To sum up, in this game you’re still on the mountain tops of Himalayan in search of the hidden entrance, while you spin away on the 5 reels and 40 paylines rapped in stunning graphics!

So what is HTML5?

First let’s spell out the abbreviation, Hypertext Markup Language and the 5 is the latest version. And its function is to structure the page and layout. Then you, of course, need the CSS and JavaScript that basically gives life to the Code. So, why is everyone upgrading to HTML5? It’s a simple question of access! As we are using more web-based applications on more devices, we expect the experience to be the same regardless of the device. And HTML5 can provide just that. Indeed, it works flawlessly no matter if you are on your computer, phone, Smart TV, tablet, and so on. In other words, it works across platforms for a better user journey.