Gamzix, the Estonia-based iGaming development studio, has announced the release of its new game: Pilot. While Gamzix already has 30 titles in its portfolio, this is the first crash game to come from the developer.
Pilot has three essential components:
- It only takes up 2.4 Mb, ranging between 30% to 350% lighter than competitors.
- It has different skins that will be under the same game ID. Players can change skins for individual casinos. The developer also plans to add new skins every month, including thematic ones for holidays, sports events, and more.
- The game is supported via web view on Whatsapp, Viber, Telegram, and other platforms.
More About Pilot
Pilot is a game that’s all about simplicity and purity. There are no flashy bells and whistles as there are in many slot games today. Pilot features a single plane against a stark black background. There are a handful of other colors on the screen, and not much more. Even its one-word title, Pilot, reflects the game's simplicity.
Pilot has a 1,000x jackpot and bets range from £0.10 to £100 per game round. The theoretical RTP is 96.50%, slightly above average.
Pilot has support for 22 localizations and for both fiat currencies and cryptocurrencies.
As the virtual plane takes off, the player’s goal is to click one of two “Take” buttons before the plane crashes. Players can also place up to two bets per game round and/or take half their prize for half their stake at any time. All in all, there are a lot of betting options that make Pilot a star in the crash game category.
Gamzix was created in 2020 in Estonia and has since then branched out to Cyprus and Ukraine. Its game engine is designed with the latest technologies. Its software is tested in an independent laboratory and is certified by iTech Labs. While the developer produces state-of-the-art slots and additional casino games, it also assists operators in attracting and retaining customers by implementing a customized approach for each one.
Gamzix Social Responsibility
Gamzix doesn’t only pay lip service to social responsibility, but it acts on it. As a company with a branch in Ukraine, Gamzix has seen first-hand the effects of the Russia-Ukraine war and has donated a portion of its profits to local charities. The CEO of Gamzix also donates directly from his salary to Ukrainian citizens. As of this writing, the company has donated more than €35,000 and is not planning on slowing down its charitable work.