Cozy Games has been in operation for over 13 years by now, and they have a white label solution to propose to online casinos that are just getting started, and which would get their help from the start if they chose their platform.
The history of Cozy Games started out in 2004, when the company was established by Neeraj Kumar Jha and by Sreeran Reddy Vanga. The company was based in Isle of Man and it has gotten a reputation over the years as being quite good at offering bingo solutions for sites that want to offer that sort of content. They expanded to other types of games as well in time, but they don’t have the same type of portfolio as other developers when it comes to table games and the like.
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The developer claims to offer more than 100 titles in total, out of which around 50 are available on mobile devices as well, since they’re done in HTML5. The others are created using Flash technology, which is quickly becoming obsolete these days.
Looking at their website, at the collection of games that they offer for the casino platform, I can count about 37 slot machines, quite a few of them of very good quality. A decent collection of about a dozen scratch cards is another side of it that they seem to be focusing on. The casino games section is a lot smaller than the previous two I mentioned, with only 8 games available in it right now. Among those games, you will find Classic Blackjack, Aces & Faces, Multi Hand European Blackjack, Deuces Wild, 10s or Better, Jacks or Better, Keno and European Blackjack. As you can see, you have three types of games there, including keno, video poker and blackjack, but no roulette or other games. I’m sure they’re planned and will be added to the mix later on though.
Cozy Games does well with the Slots category, an area where they’re expanding and working on new titles. They’re not always going to be original about the kind of themes they use in these games, but they have their share of slots that are unique. Among the more boring games I’ve seen from them, I’d mention slots like Aztecs, Irish Gold and Hot Habanero. The more unique choices that you’re given include such slots as Dog ‘n’ Roll, Gas Money, Painted Elephant and Plushie Pleasure.
There are some small developers that seem to have a knack for creating great looking slot machines, but Cozy Games isn’t one of them. I’ve seen plenty of decently designed slot machines in their collection, but I’ve seen some lower quality games as well. I haven’t spotted any gorgeous ones though, the kind that you’d expect to get from developers like NetEnt, Yggdrasil Gaming or Quickspin, among others.
It’s evident from their games that they do put some effort into the slots they release, and you will notice it in games like Plushie Pleasure or Aztecs, which have quite a few details and graphics that follow the chosen theme. The thing that keeps their games back seems to be the actual style of design chosen, not the amount of work that is put into them. For all intents and purposes, you should be finding the efforts of Cozy Games to be acceptable in this area. I’ve also found some games that I enjoyed and where the graphics seem modern, and Dog n Roll would be a great example of that.
I haven’t seen a lot of originality in the features that are picked for their slot machines, but there are some decent ones usually, to make the action interesting. The wild and the scatter don’t seem to be missing from any game, and the free spins seem to be a fairly common occurrence as well. There are additional features in some of their games, like bonus games or some kind of multiplier.
The payouts in slot machines offered by Cozy Games will have a big enough range, depending on each title. I’ve seen slots where the biggest payout was at only 1,000x the line bet, while in others it was worth 5,000x or 10,000x.
What a lot of their games seem to have in common is the theoretical Return to Player, which is above 95% in most. Sometimes it will be at 95.04% (Toys N Treasures), other times they will be 95.71% (Dog N Roll). It’s a pretty good average RTP to be working with.