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It isn't exacctly a secret that the future of online slots games is firmly rooted in the development of mobile gaming. Whether this means playing on your smartphone during a lengthy commute or enjoying slot sites on your tablet whilst chilling on the couch, mobile is undoubtedly the future.


Without a doubt, some slots games look and play better on mobile devices than others, with the software higher quality or at the very least the format lending itself better to a smaller screen. 


For newcomers to the world of slots, it can be tough to choose which games to play and, for that matter, which sites to play them at. Places specialising in listing the best slot sites such as the website bingosites.co.uk do a great job of providing a selection of places to play.


In this article, we will take a look at some of the best slots games to play on mobile, from adventure-themed romps to fresh takes on the classic fruit machine genre, they're all listed here!


Let's take a look at the first mobile slot game on our rundown of the very best.

Dead or Alive 2

Known for a cracking free spins bonus, Dead or Alive 2 takes the legendary Western theme and makes one of the finest mobile slot games ever created! 


With bags of humour and slick looks, the Dead or Alive 2 mobile slot game offers twelve free spins right off the bat as well as the opportunity to win up to 54,000 credits on a single spin. Throw in the great free spins bonus that we have already mentioned - which is activated by hitting three gun symbols - and you have to admit that Dead or Alive 2 is a stunning slot game for mobile devices.

Fruit Spin

Now, this is really one for the visually inclined slots player, a romp of colour and textures that looks unbelievable beautiful on a smaller screen. In fact, we would wager that Fruit Spin, from NetEnt, the company behind the world-famous Starburst slot, is the best looking mobile slot game we have ever seen!


With a quality RTP, solid free spins bonuses and all kinds of ways to win, Fruit Spin takes the classic fruit machine genre of slots game and brings it crashing into the 21st century via your mobile device!

Big Blox

 

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Courtesy of world-renowned software creators and powerhouse of the online casino world, Yggdrasil, Big Blox is a fabulous mobile slot that is beloved by gamers across the globe. 


The jungle vibe has been done many times but not quite like this! First of all, you can win up to 3,888 times the original wager, so there can be no surprise that Big Blox boasts such a diehard fanbase! 


What makes this slot game so well-suited to the mobile device is the sheer quality of the software, which runs just as well if not even better on a smaller screen! The bonuses are big, the excitement high and the graphics second to none on the Big Blox mobile slot!

 



Since as early as the 17th century, Roulette has delivered mystery and excitement in equal measure to casino-goers - and it certainly hasn't slowed down in the digital age. The classic casino pursuit which is as much about risk as it is reward continues to delight. Online, you'll be able to find both original versions of the game: American and European Roulette, as well as games with the French rules and new variations with modern twists. Let's explain all you need to know before playing the game and if you're attracted to the glamour and mystique, join in the fun at Megalotto.

Basic rules

It doesn't matter whether you're playing in a land-based casino or online at home, the rules are much the same. Follow three simple steps:

  1. Place your bets - there are many different kinds of bets you can make, and we'll discuss these next;

  2. Watch as the ball spins around the wheel - if you're at a land-based casino, the croupier will throw it in and announce "no more bets", while online, technology and RNGs (random number generators) dictate play;

  3. Wait for the wheel to stop spinning - if the ball lands in your chosen pocket, you're a winner. Your winnings will vary depending on the bet you've placed.

Types of bet

There are two different kinds of bet that can be made: inside and outside. Inside bets concern the numbers, whether that be wagering on an individual number or a selection of numbers. Outside bets include anything else on the table, describing the type of number, for example if it's red or black, high or low, or in a specific position on the table.

Let's break it down further with these charts -

Inside bets:

Bet

Description

Straight

A bet on a single number, e.g. 7

Split

A bet on two adjacent numbers, e.g. 7 and 10

Street

A bet on a row of three numbers, e.g. 7, 8, 9

Corner

Similar to a split, but a bet on four numbers which meet at the same corner, e.g. 7, 8, 10, 11

Line

Similar to a street, but a bet on two rows of three numbers (also called a six-number bet), e.g. 7, 8, 9 and 10, 11, 12

First-four

Only available in European Roulette, a bet on the first four numbers, e.g. 0, 1, 2, 3

Basket

Only available in American Roulette, a bet on the group of numbers 0, 00, 1, 2, 3 (also known as five-number)

Outside bets:

Bet

Description

Red or Black

Betting on whether the winning number will be red or black in colour

Odd or Even

Betting on whether the winning number will be odd or even

Low or High

Betting on whether the winning number will be low (1-18) or high (19-36)

Columns

Betting on whether the winning number will be from column 1, 2 or 3 on the table

Dozen

Betting on whether the winning number will be from the first (1-12), second (13-24) or third (25-36) dozen

Odds and pay-outs

As we have already mentioned, the pay-outs vary depending on the bets you have placed. This also means that the odds vary, depending on how likely it is that your bet will land. It's worth knowing that even money bets don't offer a 50/50 chance of winning, because they also factor in the 0, and 00 if you're playing American Roulette. This is where the casino gets their advantage. The house edge in European Roulette is 2.7%, while in American Roulette, it's a lot higher, at 5.26%.

Here's all you need to know about odds and pay-outs -

Bet

Pay-Out

American Odds

European Odds

Red/Black

Odd/Even

Low/High

1:1

47.4%

48.6%

Column

Dozen

2:1

31.6%

32.4%

Line (six-number)

5:1

15.8%

16.2%

Five-number

Basket

6:1

13.2%

13.2%

13.5%

N/A

Corner

First-four

8:1

10.53%

N/A

10.81%

10.81%

Street

11:1

7.89%

8.11%

Split

17:1

5.26%

5.41%

Straight

35:1

2.63%

2.70%

There you have it. All you need to know before you give the ‘Devil's Wheel' a spin. Will Lady Luck be on your side?



Lootbox-ban

 

If you've been following the saga of 'loot boxes' in games and their legal position for the past few years, you'll know that it's been back and forth multiple times now. One body will decide that they're not a form of gambling and therefore they're legal, and another body will subsequently determine that they're gambling after all, and therefore ought to be regulated. The issue gets kicked between regulatory authorities multiple times without anything seeming to be done about it, and in the meantime, gaming companies continue to release games that contain loot boxes. Now, the United Kingdom finally appears to be ready to make a ruling on the issue.

 

The case against loot boxes is simple to state, and simple to understand. When a player uses real money to buy an in-game loot box, they're parting with that money in return for a reward of uncertain value. It might be that they get something that's worth more than what they've paid, or it might be that they don't. That's the same basic principle that drives every slot on every single online slots website you could imagine. In the United Kingdom, it's perfectly legal to play Nextgen online slots and run online slots websites, but they're licensed and subject to regulation. Loot boxes, despite their obvious similarities to online slots, are not. Excluding them from regulation has always been a contentious issue, and now one of the most important bodies in the country has decided it won't tolerate the situation any longer.

 

In what looks set to become a landmark ruling, the Gambling Committee of the UK's House of Lords has stated that loot boxes are games of chance, and as with other games of chance, they're subject to the country's Gambling Act of 2005. That would mean that any gaming company that wants to include loot boxes in products that are sold in the UK would need to have them licensed, and crucially would not be permitted to sell its products to children. That would prompt an enormous change of strategy from some of the biggest video game manufacturers in the world.

 

The UK is one of the world's biggest gaming markets, and if a change had to be made in the UK, it would likely affect policy and practice in terms of how games are made for the rest of the world. In what might be even worse news for the companies that rely on loot boxes for part of their income, the committee's chairman has stated that a ban on loot boxes could be enacted immediately because it wouldn't require any further legislation. The Gambling Act already exists, and so as it's been determined that offending games fall foul of the Gambling Act, they could be removed from store shelves instantly. They could also be blocked from being downloaded by anybody based in the United Kingdom. Such an order has not yet been given, but in theory, one could arrive at any time now that the House of Lords has reached its verdict.

 

Of all the gaming franchises that could be affected by such a ban, the Electronic Arts "FIFA" series of soccer games is the highest-profile. Creating successful "ultimate teams" within the game is a central part of the game's longevity and also a huge money earner for Electronic Arts. Without that lifeline, the "Ultimate Team" mode itself could disappear completely, and EA's resources could be severely diminished. If that were to happen, the company might find that few people display much sympathy. Loot boxes have been despised by players and family groups for several years now, and most informed sources predicted some time ago that a ban was inevitable.

 

Although the UK is the most important country (in gaming terms) to make such a proclamation about loot boxes, it is not the first. Belgium was the first country in Europe to ban loot boxes in 2018 and hasn't relented on that ban in the two years since. Late in 2019, PEGI - the organization responsible for providing age restriction advice and warnings on game packaging - stated that they would label any game that contained loot boxes in the future. The writing has been on the wall for a long time, and it's to be hoped that the majority of responsible video game manufacturers have read it and taken appropriate action. EA has almost finished work on the 2021 edition of the "FIFA" game. It's not yet known whether loot boxes or any similar mechanisms have been included within it. If they have, EA might be facing a race against the clock to remove the boxes from the game before the next soccer season begins.

 

The fear of groups who support tighter restrictions on loot boxes is that they create young gamblers. A video gamer who has grown up paying for loot boxes since they were eleven years old - or even younger - automatically has an understanding of how online slots and other games of chance work, but (presumably) have never had to spend their own money on them because their parents cover their bills. As such, they may struggle to act responsibly when presented with the opportunity to play ‘real' gambling games as they reach adulthood. Video gaming companies disagree with this view, but as we're seeing in an increasing number of rulings around the world, they appear to be losing the argument. For a ban to be implemented in the UK, the House of Parliament would have to concur with the House of Lords' assessment by way of a vote on the issue. It may currently be benefiting gaming companies that the country - like all countries - currently has more significant issues to address, and so the matter isn't presently considered to be a priority. Should the question arrive in front of elected officials in Parliament, though, history suggests that they're unlikely to disagree with the verdict of the House of Lords.

 

Taking all of this into account, we have to ask ourselves whether loot boxes have a future in video games in the United Kingdom or elsewhere in the world. If we were inclined to gamble, we'd probably bet against it.

 


Casual-mobile-gaming

 

The mobile gaming industry is growing at a lightning-fast pace, with more and more games for mobile devices hitting the market every day. While games for PC and consoles remain as popular as ever, mobile games have become a very important part of the gaming market.

The biggest part of mobile gaming's growth these days drive casual games. Let's take a look at why casual games are all the rage right now.

Why Is Casual Better on Mobile?

Casual is better on mobile because mobile platforms provide a higher level of freedom and convenience. People can play on the go, enjoying their favorite games while commuting, waiting in lines, relaxing on a beach, or between business meetings.

Everyone needs a break from reality now and then to relieve stress or simply unwind. Being able to play a casual game on mobile, no matter where they are provides exactly that. No one wants to be tied to hardware that requires them to sit at a desk for hours on end when all they want is to relax.

Who Plays Games Casually?

People from all demographics and age groups play games casually, although some more than others. There are also differences in regards to preferred platforms.

Women from all walks of life account for a larger audience of casual gamers, especially when it comes to mobile gaming. Men generally have a hard time parting with their consoles and PCs, while the elderly population prefers casual PC games, as most of them don't use smartphones.

In general, women don't like committing much time to games, so most of them prefer casual games such as Board Kings. Nothing like playing a good old board game with friends.

Women are also more inclined to buy casual games for mobile or pay for in-app purchases than their male counterparts.

Examples of Great Games for Casual Players

Some of the most popular games for casual players in the past year were:

  • Fun Race 3D

  • Sand Balls

  • Tiles Hop

  • Pocket World 3D

  • Perfect Slices

  • Dig It!

  • Bouncemasters

Yet another one of the most popular casual games on mobile, especially among male players, is Poker Heat. It's played for virtual currency, so the whole experience is really casual. There's no pressure, and the game provides a nice level of excitement. Very nice for anyone who loves poker but prefers playing it in a casual environment for amusement purposes only.

What Does a "Casual Game" Mean?

Game developers design casual games for wide audiences. They also generally design these games in a way that people of all ages can enjoy playing them.

Contrary to PC and console games targeted to specific audiences (hardcore gamers, if you will), casual games can belong to any genre and kind of gameplay.

They are free from complex game structures, gameplays, and strategies. As the name suggests, you play them casually. You don't have to involve yourself too much in the game, as the pace is slower, and you don't have to invest anything more than light strategic thought. Also, these games don't require a major time commitment.

A great example of a casual game is Bingo. With absolutely no strategic thinking involved, you simply need to randomly pick some numbers and wait to see if they are among the drawn numbers. It's a game of chance that literally any audience can play.

There are plenty of free Bingo games you can play online, connecting with hundreds of players from all over the world to have some real fun in your spare time.

If you want to learn how to play free Bingo games on your phone, find out more here

Conclusion

Mobile usage keeps growing every day, so it doesn't come as a surprise that mobile gaming is rapidly growing too. People are looking for ways to relax and unwind, especially while on the go or while lying on the couch at home.

And what better way to do so than to enjoy a few casual games on mobile? Casual games are absolutely perfect for mobile devices, which is precisely why they are fueling an explosive growth of the mobile market. We're bound to keep seeing thousands more of them, as they're not going anywhere anytime soon.

 


Xiaomi-black-shark-3

 

The use of mobile devices in various industries has increased dramatically in the past few years. Now mobile phones are not only used for communication, but their usage has spread over to the iGaming industry. As a result, all the reputable online casinos in the industry have designed mobile casino apps and optimized their games to be fully accessible on smartphones and tablets. Equally, smartphones manufacturers have not left behind. Today, there is a huge variety of mobile devices available to gamble on the move.

Here are the top smartphones for mobile casino gaming.

Razer Phone 2

The Razer Phone set the standard in mobile gaming a few years ago, and it's now followed up with the even more amazing Razer Phone 2. The Razer Phone 2 levels up gaming with a brighter 1440P 120 Hz 5.72-inch display. Plus, an upgraded Snapdragon 845 processor with Vapor Chamber cooling means that you can enjoy hours of mobile gaming without overheating becoming a problem on the phone.

Also, the improved IP67 water resistance and dual-lens 12MP + 12 MP rear-facing camera means the Razer Phone 2 is going to do a great job when it comes to being a normal smartphone. Built by the gaming experts, this is the best gaming smartphone for most gamers out there.

Asus ROG Phone II

 

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It goes without saying that ASUS ROG laptops are some of the best in business for gamers, so what about the similarly branded smartphones? Again, ASUS packs in some amazing specs and there are plenty of extra features designed specifically to appeal to gamers.

With the customised in-case cooling system, you can get the most of the Snapdragon 855 Plus processor and 12 GB of RAM. The charging and audio ports are on the side of the device, so you can easily hold in the landscape mode and have an immersive mobile casino gaming experience. Then there are the ultra-responsive AirTrigger sensors on the ends of the phone that make it easier to control the in-game action.

Xiaomi Black Shark 3

The gaming community was pretty impressed by the Black Shark 2, and this 2020 model aims to get better in every way. With 1080 x 2400 pixels, the 6.67-inch AMOLED panel can go up to a refresh rate of 90Hz. Also, the 270Hz touch reporting rate means super-snappy responses every time you press on display.

The phone comes with a triple-lens, 64MP wide + 13MP ultrawide + 5MP depth rear camera, and 20MP selfie shooter on the front. Then there's support for 5G connectivity, and it's Wi-Fi 6 compatible too - making sure you're ready for the next generation of networks.

Apple iPhone 11

The extra versatility and more customization options in Android tend to grab the attention of most gamers, but let's not forget iOS completely. With a generous 6.1-inch LCD screen and a super-powerful A13 processor, the Apple iPhone 11 is the best gaming phone for Apple fans.

From build quality to battery life, there are plenty of other reasons to consider the iPhone 11 if you want to buy the best gaming phone. 


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