According to their own description, their focus is on creating HD games that are cross-platform accessible and which come with a complete backoffice and an integration platform.
When it comes to Booongo, we don’t know that much about the company’s history. They’ve been around since 2015 and they’ve been focusing on quality over quantity, so they currently have 50+ games launched. Developer started out in Curacao, a gaming jurisdiction that has been chosen by a lot of other companies in the past. They’ve continued to expand since then and as of right now there are 30+ online casinos that I know of, which offer their slot machines.
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In a couple of short years, Booongo has released over 50 slot machines and they are announcing one new title for each month. They seem to plan on launching a dozen new slots each year, all of them at HD quality and sporting excellent graphics. Not rushing to build up a collection of slot machines will pay off in terms of quality, as they demonstrate with the games they put out. For 2018 they already launched games like Fruity Wild, Fortune Multiplier, Nord’s War or Goddess of the Moon, while for the upcoming months they have slots like Secret of Nefertiti 2, Furious Dragons or Star Gems planned out.
The Booongo slots feature top performing math models, designed to make the player excited. The content is currently available in 17 languages and the themes that have been chosen for them are mixed between the Western and the Asian markets, the company trying to please both sides through different slots. The content is fully adaptive to table and mobile devices.
I haven’t seen any particularly unique themes in Booongo games collection, but in slots like Nord’s War, Thunder of Olympus or Scarab Temple: Hold and Win they did a great job anyway through simple quality of design. Mostly, they create variations on existing themes.
Besides the slot games that are considered video slots, so modern titles, they also launched classic titles, but they’re in a minority. I’m talking about games like Three Gems Adjacent here, which is a 2020 release.
Their modern releases will typically have 5x3 reels and sport 20 or 30 lines, while for the 5x4 reels titles they will generally go with 40 or 50 lines.
As I’ve mentioned before, the Booongo content comes in HD quality graphics, and it shows. These are HTML 5 titles that will look great no matter on what platform you load them up. The graphics will look modern in most cases, but for a slot like Wild Galaxy they went with an equally interesting 8-bit style design. Not everything you see in their collection will impress you though, and if you want to see some of their weaker titles, load up a game like Fruiterra or Singles Day.
If you’re looking for their exciting games, those are easier to find than the ugly ones. Nord’s War and Tiger Stone: Hold and Win are two of my favorites, design wise.
I mentioned before that Booongo seems to favor quality over quantity, and it’s not just something that you see in their graphics. The features are equally interesting and I love that they don’t rely only on simple features. You can expect free spins, expanding wilds, multipliers, scatters and extra symbols that can appear and trigger additional features. They’re not all present in the same game, so there is variety in their collection as well, you don’t get only clones with different themes.
Booongo knows that keeping a player happy doesn’t mean that you just throw a great design and interesting features at him. A good theoretical RTP will contribute as well, and so the majority of their slots seem to be at 96% or above. A slot like Gnomes’ Gems will even come in at 97.1%. Their lower RTP titles will be similar to Singles Day, which is at 95.4%, not too bad all things considered.
Things don’t look as impressive on the paytable, where the standard top jackpot is usually somewhere around 1,000x. Not enough to make a player try out a game for the jackpot alone, but not too bad either.