GameArt is the developer behind Wolf Hunt, a slot machine with a theme that’s getting its inspiration from Native Americans. The focus is mostly on animals, and the way the tribes see them, and they’ve added just the right mix of interesting features, to complement the good design.
Norns Fate, from GameArt, is a game with a Nordic feel to it, and for good reason. The inspiration for this game has come from the legends of Scandinavia, and the features that you’re going to find inside are rooted in the same stories.
Lucky Coins, a Chinese themed title that GameArt released in 2019, is a game with some unique features, pretty enough graphics, and overall it’s one of the decent slots to look into if you’re a fan of this category.
With cute little dragons roaming the skies, GameArt’s Dragon Whisperer makes it easy for us to understand why someone would want to tame such a beast. It’s a slot machine with lots to offer, and best of all, it has big enough top payouts that it will motivate players to give it a chance.
Offered by GameArt, Chili Quest has a Mexican theme and a lot of symbols which belong with such a story, but at the same time it surprises with the mix of features offered, and it doesn’t do badly where the top payouts are concerned either. More on that below though.
Monkey Pirates is predictable in at least one way, as its graphics will tell us just the kind of story that the title promises. It’s a GameArt slot title, which uses monkeys as pirates, with cartoon-style graphics and an excellent mix of features.
A new game from GameArt, Book of Oziris will take its players back to Ancient Egypt, delivering mostly wild creatures from the region on its reels, but also several interesting features. The developer has proven several times over the years that they have great designers, so the fact that the theme is so common doesn’t have to be an issue, if handled correctly.
GameArt has managed to surprise us several times in the past, with the games that they’ve released, and Battle for Atlantis might just be another great slot machine from them. Blending in mythology and cyberpunk, the game takes us to the depths of the ocean and introduces us to a battle between good and evil. From the Underwater King, to a Dark Villain and a beautiful mermaid called Anomis, or the city of Atlantis, which is the scene of this fight, everything looks impressive so far.
Delicious treats, sweet and savory, these are the stars of the new slot that GameArt is about to release. Captain Candy is going to be a slot machine with 5 reels and with a very colorful design, its graphics revolving entirely around images of delicious candy.
With Azrabah Wishes, GameArt tries to go after the crowd that loves huge volatility and even bigger payouts. They chose a Genie themed design for this one, fairly well made and different than others which have this type of story, as it mixes in the future with the past.
Peter Pan’s story has been popular and it’s likely to be known by most slot machine players, so the presence of this theme, in a casino game which appears to put Neverland’s location in the future, is likely to get quite a bit of attention. GameArt is the creator of this slot machine, which offers awesome graphics and some other cool bonuses, that we will talk about below.
If you’re not a fan of clowns already, then Circus of Horror is definitely not the game for you. This new release from GameArt will deliver an entire game filled with these killer clowns, along with various other monsters, ranging from the devil, to mummies and serial killers. It’s a horror themed game alright, and a much better version of one, than many other Halloween specials I’ve seen over the years.
In a game from GameArt which came out just before the winter holidays, Santa’s Farm is obviously a mix between the other farm-themed slot machines in this developer’s collection, and the Christmas theme that is all the rage right now. It should be an interesting release, for those looking for a unique game to play for the holidays, so let’s take a look at it.
Night at KTV is a game which appears to be inspired by karaoke, in the very popular way in which you can find it in Asia. In fact, the main characters you see appear among the slot’s symbols are men and women of Asian origins. It’s a GameArt design, very well crafted and featuring only related symbols, so it has plenty to give us.
History has often been a source of inspiration for developers, but I don’t remember seeing any games which were based on Joan of Arc, one of the historic characters that pretty much everyone heard about. GameArt took that leap, and they’re giving us a slot machine which uses this female warrior as its main character.
King of Monkeys 2 is delivered by GameArt as the second slot machine in a Chinese themed series, which focuses on one of the country’s most popular legends. It talks of a Monkey King, of Pig Men and has various other elements that might make the modern man raise an eyebrow, but it’s a great story for sure and it translates well in slot machine form.
The Chinese Zodiac is the inspiration for this latest game from GameArt, a developer that is launching its second Chinese themed slot in a row. They went for a look that makes the animals that appear there almost possessed.
4 Symbols might be a Chinese themed title, but luckily, it’s not just about the country’s culture, and actually tries to offer a unique story. It’s going to feature the four great beasts that are mentioned in the Chinese constellations, so the images shown inside are going to revolve around dragons, white tigers, Vermillion birds and turtles.
Flaming Reels was designed by GameArt and it’s a slot machine whose theme is inspired by firefighters. These brave public servants are celebrated on the game’s reels, through the symbols and features which were included.