Introduction to Online Casino Software Provider: Play’n GO
When Play’n GO first joined the world of online gaming in 1997, they faced a number of well-established suppliers to compete with (MG, NetEnt, NovoMatic), and as a relatively tiny firm with little resources, they needed some good Games to get started. One could argue that their first Games were simply copies of some of the most popular Games from other providers, but one would also have to admit that they usually added a little twist of innovation, at the very least: sometimes just a simple improvement (bigger win-potential, advanced Bonuses, etc.) and sometimes by combining several well-working concepts into one single Game – a merger of sorts, if you will.
Play’n Go Online Casino Games
To improve user experience and make the games compatible with nearly all devices and operating systems available, all of their games (125+), the majority of which are video slots, are designed organically in the current HTML5 standard code. In addition to having games in almost every category, they have also made sure that there are games to suit almost everyone’s different tastes. The themes and animations are excellent, sometimes even quite stunning, and the sound is unquestionably also up to par, making for a generally pleasant gaming experience.
Some of their most recent innovations include Video-Bingo (which allows players from different countries to play together using different currencies), Advanced Scratch Cards, and various one-of-a-kind in-game features, the most current of which is “OMNY Channel Magic.” The latter is an integrational framework that enables players to keep a distinct ID and transmit their individual accomplishments and potential benefits across several (Land-based, Hybrid, and Digital) rival Operators.
Like most well-known providers, Play’n GO has a few games that have a cult-like following. One of their most recent hits that fit this description is Book of Dead, which is obviously based on one of Novomatic’s most well-known games, “Book of Ra.” Another game that is relatively new but is quickly gaining popularity is Reactoonz. The latter is essentially a “new and improved” version of Energoonz, one of their more distinctive games (which, in my opinion, has much contributed to their rapid climb to fame). The Viking Runecraft, Gemix, Tower Quest, and more lately Moon Princess game series are all great and have contributed significantly to the success of this company.