They might sound like a company Wile. E. Coyote bought rockets off, but Amatic has actually been churning out first-rate video slot machines since the early 1990s.
From electronic roulette terminals familiar to anyone who's caught whiff of a casino in the past five years to cool multi-reel video slots and online games, Amatic has so many fingers in pies it's amazing it has any time to make games.
Founded in 1993 by Reinhold Bauer, Austrian firm AMATIC Industries GmbH quickly established itself as a world leader in hi-tech casino cabinets, video terminals and online gaming systems.
The firm launched its first multi-game configuration a year after launch, allowing players to enjoy several slots in one machine in the casino, before the electronic 'Team Master Dart' game hit the market. Combining darts with hi-tech arcade nous, Team Master Dart paved the way for similar amusement-style machines like Touch Town - released in 1997.
It wasn't until 2002, however, that AMATIC became the casino games manufacturer to rival the best. With the release of Roulette Grand Jeu, gamblers were able to bet on a physical roulette wheel spun automatically but bet on via a touch-screen monitor in the casino.
Grand Jeu Double arrived more recently, an automatic electronic roulette game that seats ten players at once and features not one but two wheels. Four monitors display info (hot/cold numbers, game stats) across both wheels and players have the option of betting on either wheel - or both at the same time.
In a similar vein, ShowDown7 Autonomic Poker was released in 2009 that allowed up to 10 players the chance to play against each other on an electronic table.
AMATIC has inevitably joined the mobile revolution with some popular mobile slots. Billy's Gang entered the iTunes store as an app in 2010, but a year later over 40 games were released almost simultaneously on the Internet as AMATIC entered the online gaming market.
The Multi Remote Gaming System (MRGS) - unique at the time - virtually allowed each casino their own server to run games from, regardless of the jurisdiction.
In 2014, AMATIC took a leap into the world of bitcoin casino with an exclusive partnership with Bitstars. The online bitcoin casino now offers over 20 AMATIC slots to customers.
Most of AMATIC's popular slots have originated from the firm's land-based video slots via its Multi Game terminals. You'll probably recognise many AMATIC slots as being close in appearance to Novomatic games, but that's no wonder considering the close links AMATIC has to its Austrian countryman.
Usually containing 12 different games in one, popular slots include Eye of Ra, Aztec Secret and Tweety Birds, although many AMATIC Multi-Game terminals feature blackjack and roulette games too.
Most of the 'classic' Hot & Wild slots feature just five paylines - with the exception of Hot 27, with 27 paylines - while bonus features can include free spins, held reels and bonus Wilds.
If you're looking for solid slots online, Dragon's Pearl features a 5x4 reels and 40 possible paylines. The game has stacked Wilds and a free spins bonus feature that can retrigger.
While Aztec Secret might be a winner with land-based players, Book of Aztec takes the well-worn mystical-adventure theme and ratchets it up a notch. The pyramids, adventurers and gold masks will be familiar to anyone who's played Eye of Ra/Book of Ra/Aztec Idols et al, while the 500,000-coin jackpot is enough to bring anyone back for more.
Like Book of Aztec, Eye of Ra features no-nonsense graphics (it's very rarely anything other than simple for AMATIC), a healthy jackpot and some cute symbols. The stacked Wilds are a bonus, as are the honeycomb structure similar to some IGT slots.
As mentioned, it's not just slots where AMATIC dominates. Electronic roulette and blackjack terminals can be found in casinos around the world, while the 'Roulette Grand Jeu' range of games features physical wheels connected to video terminals where players can sit down and place bets via a touch-screen while watching a real-life roulette wheel spin in front of them.
Video Bingo Terminals also populate European bingo halls and allow for real-money bingo at the touch of a button. Read more in our online bingo section.