NetEnt

 

NetEnt is without doubt the number one gaming software designer in the world when it comes to slots. Ok, we are a little bit biased, this being a bit of a tribute site and all. But we doubt you can find many people involved in the industry, be they a regular player, software designer or casino operator, who will argue differently. There is a rival company based on the Isle of Man who may be more prolific but with NetEnt, it’s the sheer quality of every game that stands out.

In fact, there is barely a dud amongst the whole range of 200+ games they have created over the years. Ever since the company’s foundation in Stockholm back in 1996, they have been innovators, rapidly rising to the forefront of the industry. Today, they are a worldwide operation with satellite design offices throughout Europe and a new outpost in New Jersey in the United States. Yet they retain their Swedish roots, with their headquarters and main operations still centred on Sweden’s capital city.

There is barely a credible online casino which does not carry a selection of NetEnt games. This is because casino operators across the globe know that their players will demand them: NetEnt titles are the most popular in the world and without them operators cannot afford to take the risk that their customers will go elsewhere to find them.

They produce some excellent traditional table games. All the major games such as Baccarat, Blackjack, Poker and Roulette are covered in several formats. Plus the company now have their own live studios, live streaming with live dealers straight to your mobile or other device. But of course it is their slots that have really enabled NetEnt to forge their peerless reputation…

Why are NetEnt slots so popular? Simply because of their sheer quality. From the cutting edge standard of the graphics to the innovative and ingenious special features; from the variety of imaginative themes to the constant stream of new creations, they really are indispensable to both players and site owners. Some of the older games are already on the way to classic status. Excalibur, Jack Hammer and Spinata Grande are surely examples of this.

Then there are the stunningly beautiful graphics of games like Butterfly Staxx, Glow and Lights. Starburst is one of the most popular games around, along with Gonzo’s Quest. Spooky horror genre is well covered too, with titles like Universal Monsters’ Dracula, Mythic Maiden and Zombies. Music is well covered by slots devoted to the 60s 70s and 80s pop and some excellent officially licenced games for rock artists such as Guns ‘n’ Roses, Motorhead and Jimi Hendrix. There is real comedy in Tornado: Farm Escape, Wonky Wabbits and Wild Turkey, while quirky designs like Fisticuffs, Fantasini: Master of Mystery and Steamtower are uncategorisable.

The list is virtually endless. Check out our game reviews for more details. We’ll keep you up to date with all the new NetEnt games as soon as they roll off the production line so you can try out new games as soon as they arrive.