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Fish Party Review

Fish Party from Microgaming is a no-frills, standard slot. Every slot game needs a theme, and this one apparently, is marine life, as displayed by the string of unsuccessful ‘Finding Nemo’ inspired characterisations.

Treasure Island Review

Treasure Island is another Quickspin slot game that combines classic storytelling with a fantastic visual theme and engaging slot features. Is the latest production from the Stockholm developer a clear ‘X marks the spot’ map to buried treasure or will it disappear into Davey Jones’ locker?

The Wish Master Review

Genies, mystical symbols and magic are the marks of The Wish Master, another slots game from NetEnt.

Enchanted Crystals Review

Okay so that’s a quote from The Dark Crystal which to be clear has nothing to do with this game, unfortunately. Although that said, Labyrinth, would be a fantastic theme for a slot – dark fantasy with some Bowie-esque 80’s styling, what’s more to want?

The Wild Chase Review

The Wild Chase is a new slot from Quickspin that shares its theme with games like NetEnt’s Mega Fortune, or perhaps Quickfire’s High Society. It follows a conventional 5 reel, 25 payline design but bakes it with an unconventional ‘conman’, white collar crime,

Dragon Born Review

If you keep an eye on any mainstream media you’ll know that fantasy (along with sci-fi and superheroes) are slowly taking over.

Dead or Alive Review

When reviewing slot games a lot of people who are not involved in the gaming industry struggle to appreciate the depths of casino games.

Thunderstruck 2 Review

Thunderstruck II is a very visually appealing game.  It has 5 reels, and you play all 243 ways.  The theme for the game is the Norse religion, and all the symbols stay true to the theme.

The Invisible Man Review

In association with Universal Pictures, and based on the the well-known story by H.G. Wells, NetEnt’s ‘The Invisible Man’ is everything a slot should be.

Extra Juicy Slot Review

Extra Juicy slots is a 3 reel and 10 payline casino game. Developed by Pragmatic Play, the design is very straightforward and inside the reels you will find fruit symbols like watermelons, grapes, melons, lemons, oranges and cherries. Alongside these ‘juicy’ icons, there are also classic symbols like the yellow bell and diamond.

StarQuest Review

Big Time Gaming is a known entity in online gaming, it doesn’t have a massive portfolio of games but those that it does have, perform, and perform well from all accounts.

Starburst Review

‘The greatest casino game ever’, ‘A masterpiece of slot design’… these are just some of the phrases used to describe NetEnt’s stellar 2012 release.

Robo Jack Review

Remember the days of ‘home computing’? Those were the days when Ataris Amigas and Commodore 64s were all the rage, we felt somewhat closer to our computers and we’d happily spend five or six minutes loading the most basic of games.

Montezuma Review

There is a common view amongst people in the casino industry that in the general course games follow certain typecasts.

Medusa 2 Review

Harpies hover around the ruined Greek temples, direwolves howl at the oncoming storm and skeletal hoards gather for the arrival of Medusa II

Jammin’ Jars Review

I played Push Gamin’s Jammin’ Jars this weekend. Jammin’ Jars is a colourful 8×8 match/reactor layout game with free games and sticky Jam Jar wilds.

Incinerator Review

Ever wondered what happens to the mountains of garbage we dispose of every day? Set on a desolate planet set aside for industrial waste disposal Incinerator

Gonzo’s Quest Review

According to many media publications Net Entertainment’s Gonzo’s Quest is one of the most successful modern slot games in recent times.

Gifts of Ostara Review

Iron Dog Studios are a relatively new game developer although they are part of 1×2 Gaming group which has been around for donkey’s years and has a strong heritage in online gaming.

Gemix Review

Return to Player recently posted an article on how the gambling sector can appeal to a younger millennial crowd (which you can read here).

Choy Sun Doa Review

I’ve always found games produced in the west but inspired by the east to be a rather pathetic attempts to maintain any sort of authenticity.

Castle Builder Review

In Rabcat’s Castle Builder, you can explore 3 different medieval kingdoms, build 35 different castles, unlock achievements, marry off princesses and much more.

Birds On A Wire Review

Thunderkick’s Birds on a Wire doesn’t pretend to be anything other than what it is.

Batman and The Riddler Riches Review

Batman And The Riddler Riches is a 3 rows, 5 reels game in which you play all 243 ways.  The theme for the game is the old Batman television show. 

Aliens Review

NetEnt’s slots offering for the 20th Century Fox, Aliens franchise is a combination of a traditional multi-line, multi-column 

1429 Uncharted Seas Review

1429, Uncharted Seas, by Thunderkick is, a simple 5 reel, 25 pay line, fairly standard slot game.

1 Can 2 Can Review

1can 2can is a graphically rich, 5 reel, 25 pay line slot machine from NextGen. The tropical theme, with its cascading water,

Gem Rocks Review

Yggdrasil’s latest video slot ‘Gem Rocks’ is a 4096 ways game with cascading symbols, large multiple reel symbols and the ‘Gem Rock’ feature.