Your Input Please Mobile vs Desktop?

nisosbar

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Kind of laughing at the idea that a specific method of play is indicative of heightened need for concern. Mobile is convenient, like a scratch card - but that doesn't suck me in; I do not play scratch cards, and it has little appeal since the returns are just abysmal, like 56% or something really low.

On the other hand, laptops/PC's seem dated to me, and I spend less time on it than I once did; on the other hand, almost EVERYTHING is becoming mobile now, given that our phones are essentially computers in your pocket.

RTG has mobile play, but the game selection is much smaller than on PC, like 1/10th as many games. Playing mobile doesn't vary my style of play, as I base my style on my session bankroll, which is usually the minimum deposit. When it's gone, I'm done.
 

Simmo!

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Sometimes I put my mobile down on autoplay. Microgaming doesnt offer it on mobile so I don't play much of these games. Anyway MG slots never made me won anything. Dead spins all the time. Nextgen slots are the best on mobile IMO.

I think you've touched on something interesting there. I play MG mostly and I feel the same. Plus I hate having to hold it with one hand and press SPIN with the other - it gets uncomfortable quite quickly.

I recently played a Novomatic casino - forget which - where the SPIN button popped out from the RHS and hid itself when you clicked it. It was utter crap: it wasn't quick enough and made it so slow and they even applied the same design to desktop version!!

Personally I think mobile slots are probably more accessible when they provide fast game-play: it suits the device and often the time-constraints of a user in a "mobile" state. My over-riding thought when I think about on playing on mobile is it's too slow.. Auto-play and faster spins are much more appealing.
 

Matti

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For me the best supplier is without a doubt Thunderkick. Esqueleto Explosivo is fantastic in their mobile version.

I would probably play more mobile if NetEnt and many others didn't have the bloody spin button hiding parts of the game.
 

hhhelllo

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I think you've touched on something interesting there. I play MG mostly and I feel the same. Plus I hate having to hold it with one hand and press SPIN with the other - it gets uncomfortable quite quickly.

I recently played a Novomatic casino - forget which - where the SPIN button popped out from the RHS and hid itself when you clicked it. It was utter crap: it wasn't quick enough and made it so slow and they even applied the same design to desktop version!!

Personally I think mobile slots are probably more accessible when they provide fast game-play: it suits the device and often the time-constraints of a user in a "mobile" state. My over-riding thought when I think about on playing on mobile is it's too slow.. Auto-play and faster spins are much more appealing.

Thats funny you quote me but it's jasmine name showing. The auto correct has taken over the auto quote. Apocalypse is coming... Or just winter:)
 

Simmo!

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Thats funny you quote me but it's jasmine name showing. The auto correct has taken over the auto quote. Apocalypse is coming... Or just winter:)

Ah my fault: I was using Multi-quote and deleted a couple - obviously left the wrong name in :rolleyes:
 

scarletmuse

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Defo with the majority on this one so far!

Desktop all the way, much better 'experience' and as others have said I really can't see the point of being able to play slots whilst you are 'Out and about' simply no need.

My mobile is old and not even capable of most slots (with maybe the exception of oldies like Thunderstruck and Mermaids)

The beauty of my mobile is I can talk to people on it and they can talk to me, casinos can %^$^ off. :p

PS: I'd miss my irritating fan and laggy spins if I was ever to abandon my DT :eek:

For me, the "out and about" thing of using mobile sites never crossed my mind. I play about 80-90% worth I reckon on the iPad and that's mainly due to the convenience of the device for use around the house. My laptop is a bit bulky and I rarely used it prior to the last few months since I got more into online casinos! I have always used my iPad as my computer in general-I have little need for real computer uses so using iPad for email, reading, googling etc suited me just fine so I guess I am more accustomed to the iPad on my lap instead of the laptop! But it is pesky when a reward is only playable on certain formats when you prefer the other!:rolleyes:
 
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