GameScale provides casinos with a complete solution that they can use to grow their business. They have games of their own to offer, but their platform also allows for other providers to be integrated into it. Besides the slots, they also seem to offer scratch cards and other casino games. In total about 50+ games of all kinds are available on their sites. The languages in which they’ve translated their content are English, Italian, Russian, French, Dutch and Spanish.
The start of GameScale’s history has been in 2010, when the company was founded by a number of veterans of the industry, arriving from some of the biggest developers around, including from Microgaming, Playtech, PartyGaming, 888 and others. Apparently, they got their first 11 or so games by acquiring them from Viaden and upgrading them to modern standards. They’ve also created their fair share of slot machines and other types of casino games along the way.
GameScale Casino Games
Though you will find that most of the games offered at GameScale will be in the slots category, it’s fair to say that they haven’t neglected the other casino games that were needed to populate their software platform. You will get the table games, video poker and scratch cards that are expected as well, and they will be as well made as they would be at any of the other major developers.
The games that would be categorized as slot machines seem to number around 36 or so titles right now, though I’m sure more will be added to the collection soon enough. In terms of quality, I’ve found them to vary, but there are some that are great, just as there are others that don’t impress me much.
I’ve enjoyed seeing that they didn’t go overboard with the themes that most developers have already covered, the way so many seem to do. There are some unusual games in their collection, or at the very least ones that use rare themes. One example might be a game whose reels are filled with pin-up models, and of excellent quality. Another one has only symbols with Anime girls in bikinis, while a third one I’d like to mention has as symbols only flying machines and a layout that seems borrowed from the classic slots, even though it’s a modern game.
Slot machines are not the only ones that they created though, and they also give us three variants of Blackjack (Classic, Surrender and Switch), five of Roulette (Micro, Pro, Premium, Salon Prive and American), Baccarat and Craps, among others.
At GameScale, the design is not always a big advantage in the slot machines they put out, but there are some titles that I’ve really enjoyed looking at. I would name Pin-Up Girls among those games, while a more average game of theirs would be something like Beach Bar. Even the ones that don’t look particularly appealing tend to be better than the ugliest games offered by older developers. Aero Slot would be one of those slots.
The features are always present in their modern slot machines, but not in the classic ones, of which they have some as well. In a game like Café de Paris you will get scatter symbols and not much else, other than high quality graphics. If you move on to a slot like Pin-up Girls, it gets a lot better, since the game offers wilds, scatters, free spins and multipliers reaching 3x. I haven’t really seen bonus games though, so I’d call their repertoire somewhat limited.
Since the games don’t have a lot of features in them, their payouts will usually have big values. Often enough, you will get back from a jackpot combo 5,000x or 10,000x the amount that you chose to wager that spin.