Play’n GO Slots

Play ‘n Go may not have developed the “book slot” genre (Novomatic did that with Book of Ra), but they certainly made it what it is today. Their flagship entry, Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead, and its sequels, is among the most played slots of all time. The Swedish company was founded in 1997 but would spend many years in the wilderness before going mainstream with mobile slots way before their counterparts in 2004. The software provider is known for gorgeous looking games and innovative features. However, it is also regarded as a developer that makes highly volatile games and is unremorseful for doing so. If high variance slots are your forte, and you want to win big, then Play ‘n Go is a developer worth exploring.

Forge of Gems Slot Review

Forge of Gems

Def Leppard Hysteria Slot Review

Def Leppard Hysteria Slot

KISS Reels of Rock Slot Review

Hooligan Hustle Slot Review

Rich Wilde and the Wandering City Slot Review

Tales of Asgard Loki’s Fortune Slot Review

Honey Rush Slot Review

Legacy of Dead Slot Review

Rise of Merlin Slot Review

Reactoonz 2 Slot Review