The establishment of Booming Games came in 2014, and in the years following that initial launch this company has managed to grow very fast. They started out in Isle of Man, with additional offices in London and Athens, and then a couple of years later they expanded in Manila as well, soon after a partnership that they signed with two big names of Asia based gambling, Asia Gaming and Xin Gaming. They have launched over 150 slot machines so far and they continue to release others each month. The company has also started courting Bitcoin casinos, regulated ones always, and so they’ve continued to grow even beyond the usual online casinos.
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The focus of Booming Games seems to be entirely on the slot machine corner of the market, and so that’s all the content that they offer currently. As of the moment of this review, I know of 78 slots that they’ve released. Looking at their release schedule for 2018, I notice that they have two new slot machines planned for each month, which means that they launch on average about two dozen new games per year. That’s an astonishing rate of growth and one that will see Booming Games catch up with quite a few of the major developers in the next couple of years.
As of right now, their most recent release is Mexico Wins, while the next two games that they announced are Miami Nights and Golden Royals. Their recent past also includes games like Baby Bloomers or The King Panda.
Theme wise, I noticed several slot machines which have a more common theme, as if the company is trying to create for itself games with the same story as everyone else has, but they’ve also launched some innovative content in this area. Baby Bloomers is the latest example, but titles like Golden Girls or Monster Munchies also qualify as such.
They even started launching branded games, one of their first ones being Andy Capp, which is based on a famous comic strip character that was part of a UK newspaper for over six decades.
They offer some classic slot machines as well (such as Romeo), but the majority of their content comes in the form of 5-reel titles that have 10, 20, 30 or 40 bet lines.
In terms of graphics quality, I’m usually excited to see what Booming Games came out with. It’s rarely a 100% great design that I’m seeing from them though. While high-paying or feature symbols almost always end up being gorgeous, the same can’t be said about the ones with smaller value. There, you will notice playing cards that consist of simple letter logos or even classic symbols.
They have some games where they’ve surprised me with the choices they made, Paris Nights being a slot where they mixed neon style symbols of French origin with classics that have the same type of look. It’s definitely not your typical tourist centered game.
The quick expansion of Booming Games seems to have come at the cost of innovation, and you will find that their slot machines are generally not that interesting for someone that loves great features. The games that I’ve seen all have the same wilds, scatters and free spins to offer, and from time to time you might see a good multiplier as well thrown into that mix. Overall, definitely not something to get excited over.
The company gives players slot machines with low, medium or high volatility. A low volatility game would be a slot like Asia Wins or Romeo. A medium one would include names like Genie Wishes or Monster Munchies. If you’re after high volatility content, slots like La Romantica or Global Offensive might be to your liking.
The payouts are all over the place, so you will find something for everyone in their collection, from payouts of just 1,000x, to 10,000x.
The RTP is often under the 96% percentage that I’d consider an average figure for these days. Andy Capp for example is set to 92.7%, while Doublin Gold is at 95.32% and Paris Nights pays at 96%.