What are your three top online gaming software choices? (pick three)

  • Aristocrat

    Votes: 7 2.0%
  • Betsoft

    Votes: 38 10.9%
  • Big Time Gaming

    Votes: 43 12.4%
  • Blueprint

    Votes: 11 3.2%
  • Cryptologic

    Votes: 8 2.3%
  • ELK

    Votes: 5 1.4%
  • IGT

    Votes: 24 6.9%
  • Leander Games

    Votes: 55 15.8%
  • Merkur

    Votes: 61 17.5%
  • Microgaming

    Votes: 142 40.8%
  • Netent

    Votes: 166 47.7%
  • Nextgen

    Votes: 25 7.2%
  • Novomatic

    Votes: 59 17.0%
  • Play'n Go

    Votes: 64 18.4%
  • Playtech

    Votes: 29 8.3%
  • Pragmatic

    Votes: 25 7.2%
  • Quickspin

    Votes: 37 10.6%
  • Red Tiger Gaming

    Votes: 10 2.9%
  • RTG

    Votes: 42 12.1%
  • SG Interactive/WMS

    Votes: 47 13.5%
  • Thunderkick

    Votes: 21 6.0%
  • Yggdrasil

    Votes: 40 11.5%

  • Total voters
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Casinomeister

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So, what is your favorite gaming software? Please let me know your top three choices, (select them), and let me know why by posting your response.

For instance, my favorite is Microgaming - mainly because of the integrity of the games, its software (awesome slots, best VP software, progressive jackpots, wide game selection). And their history of fairness. The other two - hard to say, but probably Netent and a tie between WMS and Nextgen. :D

So what are yours? If you don't see it listed, please post. :thumbsup:
 
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Play'N'Go, NetEnt and Microgaming - VIPER ONLY!

I never play MG games in "flash" and I am dreading the day when all MG downloadable casinos are made obsolete - I may well never play their games again. :(

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I'd say Microgaming for their huge selection of quality premium titles. Even their clones have great production values. Gameplay is generally consistent and not too rigged overall :eek:

There's a huge array of variance to choose from, so it caters to every type of player :thumbsup:

Netent is a close second, their 2010- 2014 games were probably the best out there amongst all providers. Great graphics, fair & lowroller- friendly gameplay and some notable cult classics like the infamous DOA.

The last two/three years have been a tad ropey, and the games all seem to have brutal 'Netent Variance' as default settings, ie the inability to ever truly get ahead of your bankroll.

A guilty pleasure of mine is Playtech - some amazing, fun games marred only by their being tied to ludicrous jackpots and subsequent low RTP, so not good for lowrollers at all. Their Marvel games were a blast, and the likes of Marilyn Monroe/ Great Blue etc could provide some astounding wins. Design was top-notch too and a close third behind the big two :thumbsup:
 

Casinomeister

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Play'N'Go, NetEnt and Microgaming - VIPER ONLY!

I never play MG games in "flash" and I am dreading the day when all MG downloadable casinos are made obsolete - I may well never play their games again. :(

KK

I agree 100%. I am hoping that MGS never lets the viper software fade away. The video poker has no comparison, and it's what I play primarily.
 

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My choices are based on being a low roller and a not very frequent depositer anymore.

BTG, because I love bonanza and not really had a bad run on it except for the first time I ever played it, can make your money last a quite a long time. I have had over 4 hours on a tenner before.

Blueprint, because I like the newer titles they are bringing out and the chances of the little random bonuses, although the Blueprint slots can be very frustrating.

Play n Go, because as the same of my first choice, some of the slots can make your money last a while and chance of a big win on some of them.

Proper gone off MGS and WMS lately although I do still have the odd dabble on some of them.
Net Ent, I have to be in the mood.

But for me being a low roller and low depositer, I have to think of the playtime I can get instead of busting in 10 minutes, which still can happen of course.

Think I have been put off SG Gaming for life after that Piggy crap they have brought on on the T777 cabs in the arcades.
Even though WMS are now classed as SG, I still class WMS as being as their own.
 

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Novomatic - Awesome bonus rounds and win potential
Merkur - A new even more brutal range of high variance slots that i can now play :D
Nextgen - the range which has produced my biggest cash win ever on Medusa II, plenty of other good underplayed slots in this range too:)
 

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Red Tiger Gaming should be on the list too.

Still voted for BTG, MG and NE as they have the best variety.

Can't play Novomatic, Merkur, WMS and Yggdrasil, hence, couldn't vote them.

I quite like the newcomer Foxium, they are available at a few casinos incl. VS, LeoVegas.
 

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It's a tie for third between MG and Novomatic, but #1 and #2 is Merkur and Big Time Gaming.

They're both responsible for my biggest wins, and with Merkur I love the quick game play of their HTML5 slots, Older Flash ones with no space bar control is a bit iffy but hey, good games regardless.
Big Time Gamings latest releases are just great. I've never actually hit big on Danger: High voltage but the gameplay is fun so I keep trying. As for Bonanza, well, I had to make a CM account just because of Bonanza. And I love the music. Only wish I could turn it on in bonus games exclusively.

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1) MGS
2) Novomatic
3) Netent

WMS would have taken 3rd place had their Rhino not been abducted and replaced with thew SG HTML5 abomination. (Appreciate they had no choice over this one, still ruined a perfectly good game tho :p)
 

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I like Netent, MG and Playtech but all 3 softwares exclude HK players. MG no thanks to a crooked group. I can only play RTG and a small number of lesser-known softwares. Damn!
 

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Isn't WMS part of SG Interactive now?
Also I think we should add softwares like Quickspin, Thunderkick, Elk and Pragmatic.
 

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After all these years of playing and there is still Software I haven't even tried :eek2:
Us women tends to stick with our favourit slots, and not much can change that.

For me it has to be Novomatic, MG and Netent.
I wish I could have chosen at least 5 because I play WMS and BTG just as much, but fewer games with them.
 

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Isn't WMS part of SG Interactive now?
Also I think we should add softwares like Quickspin, Thunderkick, Elk and Pragmatic.

They have been part of SG for "donkeys" :D

I agree with Elk Studios needing to be part of the list, Pragmatic maybe too, but QS and T have too many nonsense-drivel slots that pay so little on wins that it is a surprise when i get past 10x bet.

But especially Elk with Sam on the Beach, Hong Kong Tower etc. is producing real high quality mobile slots with good win potential.
 

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I put Netent but honestly I don't have a favorite software anymore. My Fav slots are Thunderstruck II from Microgaming and Dead or Alive from Netent. The only reason why I put Netent over the other softwares in the poll is that their slots are interesting.


Edit: I do like Pragmatic slots but only a few casinos have them. Now those slots are fun!
 
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