GameArt New Slots 2018

Spartans Legacy
Spartans Legacy
  • Release: Dec 2017
  • Soft: GameArt
  • RTP: 96.35%
  • Reels: 5
  • Lines: 50
  • Mobile: Yes

Spartans Legacy has been designed by GameArt, in the usual high quality graphics that are available in all of their slots. The theme is an obvious one, coming from the story of the Spartans that have fought the Persian invaders, 300 soldiers facing a huge army.

El Toreo
El Toreo
  • Release: Nov 2017
  • Soft: GameArt
  • RTP: 96.00%
  • Reels: 5
  • Lines: 10
  • Mobile: Yes

El Toreo is the newest slot machine that’s available from GameArt, at least as of November 2017. The game is going to have a Spanish inspired theme, the main focus being on a matador that’s about to fight a charging bull.

Queen Of The Seas
Queen Of The Seas
  • Release: Oct 2017
  • Soft: GameArt
  • RTP: ---
  • Reels: 5
  • Lines: 20
  • Mobile: Yes

In Queen of the Seas, the developer is offering us a pirate themed game, but one where a female is in the main role, rather than an ugly guy that’s sporting an eye patch. GameArt is the company that is releasing this new pirate game, and they seem to have done a decent job at it, particularly when it comes to graphics.

Emperors Wealth
Emperors Wealth
  • Release: Oct 2017
  • Soft: GameArt
  • RTP: 96.00%
  • Reels: 5
  • Lines: 9
  • Mobile: Yes

Like many other Chinese themed slot machines, Emperors Wealth uses both money and emperors as major points of focus for its theme. The game, though of very good quality, doesn’t stand out much compared with other slots, at least if you look only at its theme and design. This is a new release from GameArt.

Castle Blood
Castle Blood
  • Release: May 2017
  • Soft: GameArt
  • RTP: 95.3%
  • Reels: 5
  • Lines: 25
  • Mobile: Yes

For Castle Blood, the developer chose a vampire theme that seems to mimic a series of similar films in which Kate Beckinsale played, and one of the characters actually looks like a video game version of that actress. Whether it’s an intentional clone of that movie series, or just a coincidence, there is no way to know. The developer of the game is called GameArt.

Tiger Heart
Tiger Heart
  • Release: Apr 2017
  • Soft: GameArt
  • RTP: 96.00%
  • Reels: 5
  • Lines: 10
  • Mobile: Yes

Tiger Heart seems to be part jungle themed game, part based on ancient civilizations whose remains may be found in such inhospitable places. Add a touch of Tarzan like influence, thanks to the beautiful wild woman that’s appearing on the reels, and this should give you a complete picture of what’s happening in this GameArt slot machine.

Money Farm 2
Money Farm 2
  • Release: Apr 2017
  • Soft: GameArt
  • RTP: 96.00%
  • Reels: 5
  • Lines: 25
  • Mobile: Yes

Money Farm 2 is the sequel to another popular GameArt slot machine. Same as before, the game has a farm theme first of all, the money theme appearing to be secondary, even though there are elements that indicate to it.

Texas Rangers Reward
Texas Rangers Reward
  • Release: Mar 2017
  • Soft: GameArt
  • RTP: 96.00%
  • Reels: 5
  • Lines: 20
  • Mobile: Yes

Texas Ranger’s Reward gives the player a Wild West inspired design and it’s a game that is offered by GameArt. The look is a normal one for such a game, so it’s up to the features for the most part, to make a lasting impression on the player.

Magic Dragon
Magic Dragon
  • Release: Feb 2017
  • Soft: GameArt
  • RTP: 96.00%
  • Reels: 5
  • Lines: 243
  • Mobile: Yes

Magic Dragon has been released by GameArt in 2017 and it is part of an increasing number of slot machines that have a Chinese theme. The actual theme is not particularly interesting or noteworthy, since it doesn’t bring forward a unique angle.

GameArt is a game developer that is based in a country where a lot of gambling companies are also present. It’s a Maltese company, which has been established just a few short years ago, in 2013, and which provides slot machines for the online casino industry. They’ve quickly shown why they’re a force to be reckoned with in this market, and they have created over 40 games already, using both Flash and HTML5 technologies. They offer casinos other services as well, in financial and business, as well as licensing and marketing, but what we’re interested in especially is the content that they create. 

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The licenses that the developer has obtained for its own games are from countries such as Malta, Alderney, Isle of Man, Italy, Slovenia or Estonia. They respect the standards set forward by Games Laboratory International, an auditor that makes sure that their content is fair to play for all players.

History

There isn’t that much to the history of GameART, since they’ve been around only since 2013. The team working at this relatively young company has been around for much longer than that, some even for 20 years, and there is plenty of experience driving it forward. They appear to be aiming for 12 new slot machines each year, so they have an ambitious roadmap for the near future. In just a couple of years, they’ve signed a number of partnerships with other platform providers, resellers and operators, which will help them grow quickly. Among these, you will find names like iSoftBet, 1x2 Gaming, BetConstruct, BlueOcean Gaming, Coingaming.io, LeaderBet, Slotegrator, SoftSwiss, Pariplay and Platin Gaming.

GameArt Casino Games

GameArt currently offers a total of 44 slot machines, all of them being available on any platform which can support HTML5. That means desktop computers, mobile phones and tablets, running a variety of operating systems. This developer doesn’t offer other types of games currently, so they don’t have a complete solution to offer an online casino. However, they have enough good games in their collection to insure that they would be a welcomed addition to any site.

One of the latest additions to the GameART collection, announced in June 2017, is the mix of progressive jackpots that will be made available to certain games. The Jackpot Games give the player a choice, between using local or progressive jackpots in the slots they play. If they go with the progressive prizes, then they will get a chance to win one of the four that will be available. These jackpots are called Grand, Major, Minor and Mini. A jackpot can be won at any point, while playing in the main game. Each of these jackpots is represented by a different sign from the Chinese zodiac, including a Green Dragon, a White Tiger, Black Tortoise and a Red Vermillion Bird.

When it comes to the overall style of the games offered at GameArt, I found them to include some inspiration from the classics, often using standard poker icons in their construction. They have their advantages as well though, as you will read about below.

I’ve noticed quite a few slots of theirs that borrow a theme from the Chinese, which seems to be a trend for all major companies these days. To give you an idea of how many games of theirs have this sort of theme, I will mention titles like 3 Kings, 88 Riches, Ancient Gong, Dancing Lions, Dragon Lady, Dragon King, Fortune Panda, Fortune Lions, Golden Dragon, Jade Treasure and many others. It’s not a plus for them, unless you have a preference for slots that have this sort of theme, though I’d imagine it would grow old after playing about a dozen different games that have a similar topic. I’ve actually had a hard time locating a slot machine among those 44 that they created so far, with an actual unique theme, so I’d call this a downside for the collection they worked so hard on.

Graphics

The kind of lack of imagination that GameART has shown in the choice of themes for their slots can also be seen in the actual way that they implemented them. The graphics will often make use of poker cards, there are slots with fruits for symbols, and overall I can always find something to complain about in their slots. However, that doesn’t mean that they don’t have games that I would enjoy playing. Slot machines like Texas Ranger’s Reward or Venetia are a pleasure to play, even though they don’t have only themed icons on their reels.

Features

As features, slot machines from GameART tend to have multiple options for you to trigger. Wilds, scatters and free spins appear to be the norm, available in most slots they’ve released so far. There is usually some kind of extra feature to be had though, perhaps a multiplier applied by the wild or the free games, or another type of feature. It’s not a very exciting side of their games, and they’re not trying to innovate, but their slots should be able to give you enough to keep you interested.

Payouts

From what I could gather, most of the slots they release have an average RTP of 96%, but the volatility can vary quite a bit from one slot to the next, and they seem to have a full range of options in that area. Payouts can sometimes be as low as $1,000, while other times they might reach $4,500. In all these cases, the line bet would be worth at most $0.50, so we’re talking about a range of 2,000x to 9,000x that appears to be the norm for them.