NextGen Gaming Review
NextGen is not as well known amongst players as the more visible casino software providers such as Microgaming and Playtech because it has generally focused on marketing its games in the B2B space. The result is that its unbranded games are included as part of other brands' packages, such as Microgaming Quickfire, WGS Technology, Amaya Gaming and others, and players are often unaware that NextGen was the game's developer.
Slots are the main games that we see from NextGen Gaming. The titles are predominantly original and proprietary creations, with only a couple of licensed brands such as “Andre the Giant”. The most popular NextGen titles that the group has developed include Doctor Love, Dolphin Reef, Medusa, and 300 Shields. The games include a mixture of features such as free spins, bonus symbols, scatter symbols, and a variety of bonus rounds, with the odd unique feature such as the Slide-a-Wild found on Crocodopolis thrown in. It is fair to say though that their games generally lack the graphical and auditory flair of some of the industry's top developers, and are more "filler" than "main attractions".
If mobile gaming is your thing, many of the new titles that NextGen are releasing are being made available on mobile devices. These games are being released into Apple’s App Store, meaning that they are available for play through iPhones, iPads, and select versions of the iPod Touch.
NextGen titles are present at some of the largest Internet betting brands in the world today.
NextGen Gaming supplies games to a wide number of software providers and turnkey casino solution suppliers, as well as porting games from land-based developers such as Aristocrat Gaming. You will find their games at a wide variety of online casinos, and often under the branding of another developer.
Top Nextgen Gaming games
Call of the Colosseum
Animal-themed slots: The Butterflies, the Dolphin Reef, the King Tiger
The 5 Knights