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August 13, 2012 14:00 ET

New Trophy Slots Bonus Level Brings Improved Gifting to Facebook Slots

GIBRALTAR, GIBRALTAR--(Marketwire - Aug. 13, 2012) - A recent survey, run by the Trophy Slots Community Team, asked players what they would most like to see in a new Bonus Level. Out of 14 different options, 56% chose "A Level with Bigger Gifts". The team has been working on conceptualising and developing a new level based upon the feedback from players and has today released the finished level into the app's live environment. Love Bump is the newest Bonus Level to be introduced to Trophy Slots on Facebook, allowing players to bestow special gifts on their friends of 25x the normal value.

Gifting in Trophy Slots involves sending coins to other players on a user's Facebook friend list. These coins can then be collected and used to play within the game. Gifting is a key part of any social gaming experience and Trophy Slots is the only app to specifically target this segment of Facebook's users. Gifting Bonus Levels allow players to send gifts more often, or of a larger amount.

"Gifting has always been a big part of Trophy Slots and this latest update is designed to improve this part of the game experience for our players. Our original gifting level, Share the Love, proved massively popular with users and this recent survey reaffirms that our community love gifting. Love Bump enables players to send one large gift to their entire friends list at a random time during the level."

  • Joey Steel, VIP Manager

Last month, the Trophy Slots team started development work on another new Bonus Level, Double Up, which was designed by Andrew True, a Trophy Slots player and winner of the Design a Level Community contest. This crowdsourcing policy has uncovered a number of ideas for new game features, giving the team a clear road map for feature development over the coming months.

"We have seen increased player retention and monetization levels as a result of the introduction of new features based on community feedback. We believe that our policy of crowdsourcing development ideas is the best way to ensure that engagement is the core of all our product development."

  • John Svensson, Product Manager