The software of NextGen Gaming has been described as ‘not a pretty face but it’s one of the smartest developers out there.’ We have to agree since the software provider focuses primarily on functionality as opposed to churning out slots with ultra-high visual animations.
The same NextGen’s online slots that can be played at social media sites like Facebook can now be played for real cash at online casinos. NextGen introduced the Facebook platform in 2012, since then it’s been a hub where online slots players get together to play their favourite games for free. The games are kitted with impressive 3D design, quality audio and various other elements offering players an enjoyable gaming experience.
”With a fine library of slot games, award-winning software and a global reach, it’s clear why this brand is one of the top online slot designers in the business.”
Mobile NextGen Slots
The mobile slot games need a bit of touching up. Once you’ve loaded a slots onto your mobile phone or iPad you’ll notice that there’s enough space at the bottom of it to fit in a football field. It’s a pity because the downloadable apps NextGen developed for singular games look neat and play like a charm. Problem is they can’t be played for real cash because they are social games.
Make no mistake there’s a few decent mobile slots within NextGen’s library, titles such as Irish Eyes, Medusa, Merlin’s Millions, 300 Shields, Cleo’s Wish and Cool Bananas.
The graphics aren’t over the top and play without any hiccups on mobile phones. The quality of the mobile casino apps are top-notch, we do hope however that they will invest the same amount of time and energy in their mobile slots that can now be played at out leading NextGen online casinos. We recommend that the games be played in ‘Portrait Mode’.
- The games look good in Portrait mode
- Classic casino games with a traditional flair
- Perfect for short sessions
- Slot games are tailored made for mobile casinos
- Large buttons make navigation easy
In summary. In general the NextGen slot machines are well-received, unfortunately they’re still playing second fiddle to the big casino brands due their sub par graphics and audio. Hopefully all this will ch