Endorphina Review

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Published: Oct 11, 2016 Updated: Jun 20, 2019
CM Rating
7.9/10
User Rating
/10

General Information

Company Name: Endorphina
Founded: 2012
Location: Birkirkara, Malta
Licensing Jurisdiction: Malta, Curacao
Accredited Casinos: 20
Email: main@endorphina.com
Phone: +420 222 564 222
Mobile Platforms:

Overview

Endorphina may not be the biggest name in online gambling, but this game developer is comprised of some of the most skilled mathematicians, designers, and programmers in the industry… and, by using cutting-edge technology, they’ve managed to create a portfolio of games that appeal to ALL types of player.

One of the core mottos that Endorphine has always strived to follow, is that their games are “built to be enjoyed by players with ALL playing preferences”. This means, many of their games can be played at ‘low-roller’ stakes, as well as ‘high-roller’ stakes – just one of the ways the developer caters their releases to suit the needs of as many players as possible.

While the range of games produced by Endorphina is also a little underwhelming – at least when pitted against some of the major developers – the company is going from strength to strength, and their games can be found at an increasing number of online casinos; proof that players are responding well to their releases.

Software Platform

Endorphina have made the decision to build their games in Flash – and while this would have been understandable a few years back, with the popularity growth of mobile gaming, it’s surprising to see that they haven’t yet begun developing their titles in HTML5 – the recommended format for mobile-friendly games.

However, despite this, their games do render very well – just be aware that you may not be able to enjoy them from mobile devices.

Slot Games

In the following section we’re going to take a look at some of Endorphina’s most popular slot machines. The games shown below can all be played online, although players from the UK and other European countries may struggle to find the titles, as not all their games are licensed globally.

Voodoo: Voodoo is one of Endorphina’s most successful video slot releases, and as the name suggests, the slot features all around the creepy, violent world of Voodoo. Featuring realistic-looking graphics and imagery, the slot is favoured by players for its exciting bonus round, and the base-game plays well too, making a great all-round slot.

Twerk: Who doesn’t love getting their ‘twerk’ on on the dancefloor… and that’s the reason that Endorphina decided to title their game, aptly; Twerk. Featuring a relatively uncommon 3X3 grid layout for the developer, Twerk takes inspiration from classic slots, though the graphics and imagery bring it well into the 21st century.

The Vikings: There doesn’t need to be much explanation as to what “The Vikings” is about – and as you can probably expect, the slot features a selection of Viking characters on the reels, combined with realistic-looking symbols, including a Vikings Shield and a Viking Longboat. An exciting bonus round offers single-spin wins of over 1,000X, and the high volatility of the slot will be particularly attractive to players in search of bigger wins.

Fairy Tale: Almost all game developers have some form of Fairy Tale-themed slot in their game portfolio, and Endorphina’s are no exception; Fairy Tale is their offering in this category, and the slot takes inspiration from a few Fairy Tales, including Jack and the Beanstalk and Rapunzel. Great graphics, exciting gameplay, and a potentially lucrative bonus make just a few of the reasons to give it a shot!

Stone Age: If you’ve ever wanted to venture back to the caveman era, then you’re in luck – because Stone Age – a video slot from Endorphina – immerses you in this ancient world. Great graphics, a wide variety of staking options… it’s not hard to see why the game’s become one of the developer’s most popular releases!

Macarons: Macarons are a classic French treat, and Endorphina have managed to build a slot game that lets you sample these delicious sweets… WITHOUT worrying about your waistline! Featuring a strong French theme, Macarons isn’t one of the game developer’s most popular titles, but it’s well-worth mentioning, as it showcases the great graphical ability of the developer.

Sushi: Sushi… you either love it, hate it, or want to run screaming at the thought of it… and that’s why Endorphina’s “Sushi” is either loved, or hated by those that play it! Featuring an uncommon 3X3 layout, the game benefits from double symbols (like we’ve seen in NetEnt’s “Flowers” – and overall, despite the strange theme, the game plays well, and can dish up some big wins, too!

Safari: Safari was Endorphina’s first video slot to feature a 4-row format, and as you can probably imagine the slot is themed all around Safaris… with Rhinos, Elephants, Lions, and Turtles present on the reels. An exciting bonus round offers great win-potential, and the game’s smooth and fluid design makes playing very enjoyable.

Geisha: One themed we’ve seen successfully used by almost all game developers is that of Geishas – and “Geisha” – Endorphina’s answer to the ever-popular theme – is a 3-reel, 5-row video slot that plays more like a classic, traditional slot, making a nice change for players wanting something a little less ‘in your face’.

While Endorphina are yet to make the leap to mobile-optimizing their slots, their dedication towards building high-quality games cannot be faulted – and it’s no surprise to see them emerging as one of the leading game developers in today’s fast-paced online gambling world.

 

 

Pros

Large selection of games

Good variety in the themes used within their slots

Games feature great-looking graphic and high-quality audio effects

Cons

Most of their games don’t render well on mobile devices

Their games are sometimes offered at illegitimate, unlicensed online casinos

Small range of table games

Verdict

Casinomeister Rating

Casinomeister's Verdict

Endorphina seems to be ok – players enjoy their games, and you’d have to admit that their art department is quite talented.

Rating
7.9/10