Slots

slotsWe are a site that focuses on roulette of course (the give-away is in our name!), but we also enjoy a flutter on the slots from time to time. Let's face it, for the multi-million pound jackpots you need to be playing a game like Mega Moolah. The 5 reel video slots that you can play nowadays are nothing like the clunky games that were available even 5 years ago. Just take a look at our free Terminator 2 Slot demo to see what we mean. In this section, we take a look at the best of them.

Types of Online Slots: What’s the Difference?

As any gamer will testify, individual titles come and go according to trends and social demand. This rule of thumb also applies to the online slots sector, where even popular games can suddenly become unavailable in specific geographical regions. Take Spin Palace Casino, for example, which is no longer available to players in the UK (either online or offline). This will force many to find a new slot game variation to enjoy, although with so many available making a decision can be decidedly challenging.
Before you choose a brand new slot game, however, you may want to go back to basics and understand the different types of slots available.

Slot Volatility
Another thing you need to consider, when picking a slot, is it's variance or volatility. Low variance slots will tend to pay out more evenly but in more modest amounts, whereas high variance slots like the Deck the Halls slot machine, may go cold for extended periods before going on a super hot run. if you like the adrenaline to pump, then you'll like high variance games, but you need a big enough bankroll to get through the slow periods.

Traditional Slots
While traditional slots are hardly likely to blow you away, they are also simple, easy to play and enable players to focus on either enjoying the experience or making money. If you find some of the slicker games like Thunderstruck II just too hard to understand, these slots are a good option- they are essentially three reel machines with single pay lines, and there rudimentary nature creates a stress-free gaming experience that epitomises this type of gaming in its purest form. While they are not always visually impressive or engaging, they have been well-represented online and serve as a stepping stone for players.

Video Slots
If you are a more capable player with significant experience and a desire to be challenged, you should instead target the growing range of video slots (although there are plenty of easy to play ones like the Lucky Leprechaun Slot in this category too). These are far more diverse and immersive in their nature, with three and five reel slots that include multiple pay lines, innovative bonus rounds and fast-paced scatter pays. They often have blockbuster movie themes like the Top Gun Slot- these games include genuinely impressive graphics and audio quality (check out the Dragon´s Myth Slot for example- pretty amazing graphics!), and they are ideal for either skilled slot machine players or those with experience who wish to compete for larger jackpots, video slots are ideal for you! Choose between high variance games such as the brilliant Marilyn Monroe Slot (or the other Playtech game, the Great Blue Slot Machine), or you can go for slots that are less volatile.

Progressive Slots
Fundamentally, there is not a huge amount of difference between progressive slots and video or traditional alternatives. They work exactly the same in almost all instances, although they are most similar to video slots due to their diverse and engaging nature. The main difference, however, is that progressive slots are usually part of a larger network of machines, which in turn means that all money generated is added to a shared jackpot. This delivers high pay-outs on individual machines, although jackpots are harder to win and these games are not usually cheap to play. 

Developers
There are many different casino software developers out there producing different types of roulette and slots. There are the "Big Guns" like Microgaming, Playtech and IGT (try the Nordic Heroes slot) of course, and smaller (and some would say more innovative) companies like Net Ent (who developed the Dracula Video Slot), Rabat, Novomatic and others.