Space Casino would be nothing without its licensed games from world-leading developers. And as I touched upon briefly before, the selection here comes from some of the industry’s most celebrated developers. Microgaming, NetEnt, Yggdrasil, Hacksaw Gaming, Pragmatic Play, Inspired, Eyecon, Wazdan, Stakelogic, Booming Games and Evolution Gaming are all represented, together delivering a total of 1,145 games.
As you’d expect, the vast majority are online slots, though there is also a selection of games for fans of the more traditional casino experience.
A look at the slots
Slots are broken down into Popular Games, New Games, Jackpots, Video Slots, Classic Slots and Megaways, which I was able to filter at the click of a button. Table Games also get an honourable mention on the main menu, but it’s clear at first glance that Space Casino is focusing primarily on slots players.
Look out for the likes of Yggdrasil’s Valley of the Gods, and the high RTP Reel King Megaways from Inspired Gaming. Starburst, Big Bass Bonanza and Gates of Olympus are also worth a spin, in my humble opinion.
There are lots to choose from here, though not as many as on some of the larger slots-focused sites. Given that Space Casino seems to be leaning heavily on its selection of slots, the number of games on offer could be fleshed out further to make for an even more competitive selection. I noticed that the freshly released and highly regarded Big Bass Amazon Xtreme is already available to play which is a good sign that Space Casino is on top of the hottest releases. On the other hand, Dead or Alive II is missing and there are no Money Train games (although Stakelogic's new Money Train 3 replica, Money Track 2, is there if you don't mind shameless rip-offs!)
On the Jackpot slots side, Holmes and the Stolen Stones provides an eminently playable experience, while Mercy of the Gods and Divine Fortune make up part of the NetEnt options.
It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of Megaways games, each with all-ways wins totalling upwards of 117,649 ways to win. Highlights include Break Da Bank Again Megaways from Microgaming, The Rodfather Megaways by Booming Games and Atlantis Megaways from the developers at Yggdrasil.
Live games and classic table titles
Adding more live games would definitely improve the depth of the live gaming on offer here, but the 10 titles available should keep most of us occupied for a while.
The table games are also exclusively live games and includes First Person Craps, First Person Baccarat, and games like First Person Dream Catcher and First Person Dragon Tiger.
The decision to exclusively offer first-person games here is an interesting one—players are one on one with the dealer as if they are playing in a real-life casino environment. It’s certainly a realistic and high-quality experience that everyone should check out at some point.