So it has been a few days since we last posted a online slots news on our website. Slots wise it has actually been an action packed time and we have quite a number of new demo slots and some exclusive slot preview videos to share with you.
Let us start with one of those previews. Play’n GO have an upcoming slot called The Faces of Freye, a Nordic themed slot machines that comes with several different free spin modes.
We were able to access the demo earlier today and recorded the following video which will give you a good indication of what this slot looks and plays like.
Play The Faces of Freya Demo (available soon)
Speaking of Play’n GO Demo Slots their latest release Thunder Screech is now also available to play on our site.
As a reminder here is the video that we recorded before the slot was released.
Generally speaking we are a fan of Play’n GO and Thunder Screech even by their standards is a very good slot.
Play the Thunder Screech Demo
We also have good news for Pragmatic Play fans, today we enabled two Pragmatic Play Demo Slots
First up we have Joker King Slot which although not bad is now where near as good as what we think will become a very popular slot Gates of Olympus.
Play the Joker King Demo
Play the Gates of Olympus Demo
We almost forget but we have a new preview of Bompers by Elk Studios. We played the demo and as always recorded a video which you can watch below.
Play the Bompers Demo
Next up we take a look at a new slot by Inspired called Fruity Bonanza Scatter Drops.
No prizes for guessing what slot made by another developer (cough Pragmatic Play cough) this is based on, the name practically gives it away.
Play the Fruity Bonanza Scatter Drops Demo
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