Latest Revolver Gaming Slots List

  • Release: Aug 2019
  • Soft: Revolver Gaming
  • RTP: 95.62%
  • Reels: 6
  • Lines: ---
  • Mobile: Yes

Squish is a fruit themed slot game from Revolver, a slot machine with pleasant-looking graphics and a unique mix of features, which should be fun to use for its players. It does certain things differently from other slot machines, and it looks like a fun game, but you will find that there are downsides in its case as well.

Neon Blaze
  • Release: Aug 2019
  • Soft: Revolver Gaming
  • RTP: 97.82%
  • Reels: 5
  • Lines: 30
  • Mobile: Yes

It’s not easy to blend together a classic theme with modern graphics, but Neon Blaze does it, and the end result is a good one. This Revolver Gaming slot relies on neon-style graphics, but delivers fruit and other classic symbols, all while offering high volatility, a big RTP and progressive jackpots.

  • Release: Aug 2018
  • Soft: Revolver Gaming
  • RTP: 95%
  • Reels: 3
  • Lines: 9
  • Mobile: Yes

In Wishes, Revolver Gaming has designed a classic slot machine with a bit more to offer than in a regular game. The slot is inspired by the story of the wish-granting Genie, and in this case it’s a female version of the creature that has been placed in this role. Before anything else, this will be one of the best looking 3-reel slots you’re going to find online, and that’s already impressive enough to make it worth looking into.

Reign of Gnome
  • Release: July 2018
  • Soft: Revolver Gaming
  • RTP: ---
  • Reels: 5
  • Lines: 243
  • Mobile: Yes

Among Revolver Gamings many new slot machines, you will find this very interesting story of a gnome world, set in a fantasy setting that has also been seen in slots like Gnomeo & Juliet or in Game of Thrones. It’s a Medieval style design, of the highest quality, with plenty to offer in other areas as well, but I will let you discover that on your own from our review.

Revolver Gaming is one of the newer companies that are trying to make room for themselves in the crowded gambling industry, and they’re doing it in style, with high-end graphics and exciting features that they implement in their slot machines.

The company is based in London, UK, and it offers content of their own, while they also provide others with games that they can release directly. They use HTML5 and Unity3D, which means that the slot machines you’re going to find will be accessible on all major platforms, at the same level of quality. 

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Revolver Gaming is part of Lazinco Technologies Ltd, which has been around since 2010 and it is a company that does software development. The studio owns a UK gaming license, issued by the Gambling Comission and allowing them to offer content in the local market.


Revolver Gaming seems to have started in 2014, by initially offering content to others, in the form of a slot machine called Pets Payday which was released through Odobo. They were present at ICE 2014 with an exhibit and they also attended at G2E Las Vegas that same year. They released PartySlots in 2014 as well. 2015 saw them receive a gaming license from UK’s Gambling Commission, but they also released an exclusive title at Gala Bingo, called Corrie Cobble Dash.

No news came out of them for the next couple of years, so I’m not sure what they did since then, but they are seeing a relaunch in 2018 and they kicked things off with a presence at ICE 2018. In February, Revolver Gaming launched a new platform which will be used for their new 3D games. They already released three new slot machines, with quite a few more announced for the upcoming months.

Revolver Gaming Casino Games

The content that is available at Revolver Gaming is based on modern technologies, which allows them to be cross-platform compatible. Unity3D and HTML5 are the technologies that their developers work with, and the games that have come from them look impressive and easily accessible.

Most of the games that I’ve seen from Revolver Gaming show a certain amount of humor, and they tend to be enjoyable based on the themes alone, so the graphics and features are a bonus. While slots like Wishes or Robin Hood and his Merry Wins have themes that are not unusual for the industry, others are much more unique and fun. I’m talking about slots like Parrots of the Caribbean, GoodFishes, Multiplier Man or Reign of Gnomes.

They seem to have gone with a wide variety of layouts for their games, though most of them will sport 5 reels (Wishes is the 3-reel one). You get slots with 9, 20, 25, 30 lines, and even one with 243 ways to win. Every game that I’ve looked at had a different setup, which is nice since they’re not just cloning their older titles.


For a new company, the graphics can be a very important aspect, since they allow them to stand out when their work is placed alongside that of bigger developers, which often don’t do very well in this area. Revolver Gaming seems to have a good strategy here, focusing on graphics just as much as they do on features. It’s enough to look at any game of theirs, to see that. You’re also going to notice that all those games include the poker card logos, the Royals, so they’re not 100% built around the chosen theme.


Good features are available in most of their games, even in the classic ones. Wishes is an example of that, a slot with 3 reels, but with 9 lines and with free spins, random wilds, multipliers, reel match and bonus features like Spin til you win. Look at GoodFishes, to find clumping wilds and 6 different types of free spins events. The list goes on in games like Robin Hood and His Merry Wins, which gets random onscreen bonus games, a feature with multiple levels and free spins which have expanding wilds.

It looks like there is a lot of variety in their content, every slot machine released so far having something unique to give the player and keep him happy.


As payouts, the games available from Revolver Gaming seem to be within the average for the industry, but there are exceptions as well. For example, a game like Reign of Gnomes promises to pay up to 2,000x the bet through its bonus feature. They have medium and high volatility titles for the most part, based on the games that I’ve seen so far at least.