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Eclipse Installs New Game Library at Naskila Casino

Eclipse Installs New Game Library at Naskila Casino

Eclipse Gaming, a provider of casino games for tribal gaming markets and select commercial markets, announced that it has installed its newest library of entertaining Class II games and slot cabinets at Naskila Casino in Livingston, Texas.

Eclipse Gaming installed 22 new slot cabinets from its IMPACT cabinet family, including the IMPACT 27 dual-screen cabinets and IMPACT 43 portrait platform. The cabinets were paired with Eclipse’s most popular game themes, including its new Cash Arcade Series games, Big Shake Neon and Big Shake Carnival.

The Big Shake Carnival and Big Shake Neon are three-reel video slots that give the player a true classic coin-pusher experience like they would experience in an arcade. These titles keep the excitement spinning with second-chance re-spins, wheel bonuses, multi-level progressives, and a first-of-its kind Rapid Fire Bonus perceived skill feature that allows the players to control the dropping of coins onto the coin table. To add immersion, the player can choose their favorite tune from three different soundtracks by touching the track pick button on the front of the coin deck.

In addition, Eclipse installed its Spin Big series games, Spin Big Mardi Gras and Spin Big Galaxy. The Spin Big games offer players fun and thrills, including a Buy-A-Spin Big Wheel Bonus, free games with retriggers, and an exciting pick-em feature. When banked together, Eclipse’s Spin Big games offer symbiotic play experience as players watch the giant wheel spin to awards free games, credits, and multi-level progressives.

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