New Slot Announcement Wolf Cub by Netent

lockinlove

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I think someone over at netnet is still stuck in their childhood days

Well at least now I can feel all warm and fuzzy inside when I lose all my money on their slots!
 

goatwack

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Was wondering where this game sprung from, it's everywhere.

Howl this is aimed at adults I'll never know. It looks pawful.
 

conker

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Great to see you getting these NetEnt slots up so quickly Dunover, really appreciated :)
 

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I saw this in a couple of casinos yesterday, so it is out already. Can't remember where...
 

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I am a bit confused regarding these new slots from NetEnt. A while ago they released Scruffy Duck, which was marked as exclusive for LeoVegas, however it is now available at other casinos as well, such as Unibet. Today I received an email from Betsafe, claiming Wolf Cub is exclusive to them? Is it only exclusive for a month or something and then other casinos can add them as well?
 

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I am a bit confused regarding these new slots from NetEnt. A while ago they released Scruffy Duck, which was marked as exclusive for LeoVegas, however it is now available at other casinos as well, such as Unibet. Today I received an email from Betsafe, claiming Wolf Cub is exclusive to them? Is it only exclusive for a month or something and then other casinos can add them as well?

Yes - games cost hundreds of thousands to develop and test in some cases so exclusives are very rare unless a casino has it's own in-house developer (Like Paddy Power with Cayetano). So initially a casino or two may have the game first if they have an arrangement with Netent to exclusively promote it via in their affiliate marketing (hence the e-mails mentioned above) but this will only be an agreed limited period before general release. A game would never pay Netent in the long run if only one or two casinos offered it exclusively on a permanent basis.
 

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Figured it was something like that.

Thanks for another great review btw., the game looks decent, but that graphics designer should design childrens books instead of slots imo.
 

conker

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Figured it was something like that.

Thanks for another great review btw., the game looks decent, but that graphics designer should design childrens books instead of slots imo.

I can understand your confusion though Pulver, as some casinos have enough clout that they can get games made 'exclusively for them'. William Hill, Leo Vegas, Sky Vegas and Mr Green have all done this in the past. An example might be The Marvelous Mr Green slot, only available at Mr Green.

However, everything that Dunover has said is correct, as far as I am aware. NetEnt, Play'n Go and NextGen in particular like to use a 'test casino' to iron out any bugs in the game (if any). The test casino gets a game exclusively for a period - win win.
 

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I can understand your confusion though Pulver, as some casinos have enough clout that they can get games made 'exclusively for them'. William Hill, Leo Vegas, Sky Vegas and Mr Green have all done this in the past. An example might be The Marvelous Mr Green slot, only available at Mr Green.
However, everything that Dunover has said is correct, as far as I am aware. NetEnt, Play'n Go and NextGen in particular like to use a 'test casino' to iron out any bugs in the game (if any). The test casino gets a game exclusively for a period - win win.

Yes, it's actually a re-skin of an existing Netent slot (I'm sure somebody would tell us as I can't recall which) so in fact the majority of the development costs would have already been met. The Sky Vegas ones (Core and Bluberi and Blueprint) have a longer exclusive period but do get to appear in other casinos eventually. Will Hill do have an exclusive developer though. :thumbsup:
 

Naok777

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Yes, it's actually a re-skin of an existing Netent slot (I'm sure somebody would tell us as I can't recall which)

Marvellous Mr Green is a reskin of Subtopia.

Mr Green Moonlight is an actual exclusive.

Back to Wolf Cub, is Netent releasing slots designed on bring your daughter to work day?
 

prop82

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Marvellous Mr Green is a reskin of Subtopia.

Mr Green Moonlight is an actual exclusive.

Back to Wolf Cub, is Netent releasing slots designed on bring your daughter to work day?

Moonlight also is a reskin, frankenstein the original.
Gave the wolfcub some spins today...2 features with 35 and 17 freespins.x50 and x20 the results...first reel stacked wilds and stacked wolves both one time but unfortunetly nothing on the other reels...
 

kanajorma

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What a great game again from NE.
14 times free spins and 15->28 spins. Biggest result from feature 32xbet.
Got bigger wins on base game, no matter is there 1 or 100 free spins, its just scam.
 
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