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Triple Edge Studios Slots have an aggregate user rating of 3.5/5 from 188 votes. ⭐

Notable games include:

Lara Croft Temple of Tombs

Within a year of the partnership launch, Triple Edge Studios proved their worth by producing <a href="https://www.slotstemple.com/free-slots/lara-croft-temples-and-tombs/">Lara Croft Temple of Tombs</a>, representing the third in Microgaming's trilogy in the Tomb Raider brand, and it marked 15 years of Microgaming's partnership with Square Enix, the creator of the original video game. The Tomb Raider slot game, released by Microgaming way back in 2004, made history as the first ever licensed branded slot game. 

Temple of Tombs is a 243 ways game with cascading symbols that trigger progressive multipliers on every consecutive win, a feature that's boosted during free spins. Wilds can contribute to jackpot prizes of up to 5,000x your stake in this highly volatile slot. Along with stunning graphics and a thrilling soundtrack, this is one of Triple Edge Studios' more famous slots.

Legacy of Oz

Sequel and upgrade to the successful Book of Oz, Legacy of Oz now has the trademarked Hyperspins feature, a concept whereby you can buy a respin of a single reel. New in Legacy of Oz is that only two scatters are needed to retrigger the free spins bonus, providing more of a chance to land expanding symbols. 

Attack on Retro

Another slot featuring Hyperspins, this highly volatile retro futuristic slot has a real 80s feel to it from both the graphics and audio. Combining mixed wilds, sticky wilds and a choice of different free spins options, it's an immersive game that keeps the player involved.

Zeus Ancient Fortunes

Using the same cascading symbols and progressive multipliers mechanic as Lara Croft Temple of Tombs, Zeus Ancient Fortunes is otherwise more tempered, with medium volatility and 10 paylines. Players can win up to 20 free spins and 21x multiplier.

Cash 'n' Riches Megaways

This comes with up to 117,649 ways to win across seven reels, cascading reels and four jackpot prizes. Build up the bank notes in the crystal ball to choose a jackpot, or land the scatter for free spins, which include multipliers on every cascade win and chances to extend the free spins bonus.

Responsible Gambling

Responsible gaming and market regulation are becoming ever more prominent and are at the forefront of everything Triple Edge Studios do. According to Mike Bauerlein, Triple Edge Studio's Market Readiness & Logistics Lead, their games all follow market requirements and regulations and are independently certified once they have been tested to ensure responsible gambling is promoted. Triple Edge Studios monitor the constantly evolving regulations and ensure their games are updated to comply and that players have the best experience possible.
 

FAQs About Triple Edge Studios

When was the company founded?

Triple Edge Studios was established in 2017.

Do they have a partnership with Microgaming?

Yes. Microgaming seldom develops their own video slots anymore; instead, they have a number of small game studios working for them. Triple Edge Studios are one such example, and they have an exclusive agreement with Microgaming which means that all of their games are pushed out via Microgaming’s Quickfire platform.

What slots have they developed?

As of now, Triple Edge Studios haven’t developed the widest selection of games, but they have a few. Their portfolio includes Wicked Tales: Dark Red, Diamond Empire, Playboy Gold, Halloween and 108 Heroes Multiplier Fortunes.

Are their games fair?

Yes. Like any mainstream game developer, Triple Edge Studio’s slots must all undergo strict testing before they can be released at online casinos. This involves the developer sending off their games to independent, government-approved testing houses who run a substantial number of checks to ensure the games are fair and truly random.

Do they make any other games besides video slots?

No. At the time of writing Triple Edge Studios only develop video slots. It’s highly unlikely we’ll see them changing this anytime soon, especially given there are so many casino table games on the market already.