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Livertool Rank 23
Rank 23

Release frequency is good if not even too much Smirk I mean how many similar slots must there be if you think all book slots, now playngo brought thier own starburst, new megaways dropping in all the time etc. I just attend to stick old ones if new similar slot comes up. But...

Push gaming is doing good job atm imo. Fat santa/rabbit was alright, jammin jars is good (basegame quite boring but bonus game can be massive) but the shadow order i really like. Very innovative and new approach and they did it spot on. New kind of teasing of will you get to bonus vs just waiting if you get last scatter/bonus symbol to get to bonus like in "normal" slots. Also base game is interesting and entertaining with it's features. I think it is also quite volatile so just the way i like it Smile And sometimes hate cause it can tilt me so bad aka perfect slot Laugh

So to providers: quality over quantity pliis Wink

To bet or not to bet, that is the question.
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Unibet Poker Expert Stubbe-Unibet
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Agree with you Livertool. Push Gaming are doing a really good job. I've also come to like some Yggdrasil games, I just wish the volatility was generally higher. Golden Fishtank is my preferred game at the moment - that I deposited € 10 last week and ended up withdrawing € 400 + I'm up an additional € 300 the last month, that might influence my opinion slightly here Very Happy
I think the old players are lacking some innovation. Most recent releases are basically just the same old features etc. in a new wrapping and sometimes with slight modifications.

Relax most recent game, Caveman Bob, is a huge improvement for them - graphics, sounds, features etc. - but it's not really my type of game.
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Unibet Casino Expert Fredrik-Unibet
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Great input guys and very happy to hear that Shadpw Order gets well deserved recognition. That game is an exclusive that we together with Push spent a lot of time on refining and perfecting and I am happy with the outcome.

You are right about the enormous amount of new games that are being released. We play through all games that are made available and reject a lot of them. It is however definately a trend that suppliers crank out more games to get visability, however it is counter productive since everyone else follows. I am like you @Livertool, I tend to fall back to my old classics Smile

Cheers, Fredrik

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