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Play N’ Go Review

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Overview

One of the younger software groups on the market, Play N’ Go do offer a full casino platform, but at the present time we’re unaware of any casino using their software as their primary provider. Instead most of their clients seem to buy in the Play ‘N Go slots games as a bolt on addition to one of the higher exposure software brands.

The Play N’ Go game selection offers just short of 30 slots games, and about 16 Table Game and Video Poker games. While Play N’ Go software offers a fair range of the more common table games (Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat) there is a real lack of range of other table games like 3 Card Poker, Red Dog or Texas Hold ‘Em Bonus. Graphically their games are of a reasonably high quality, though not quite of the standard of the likes of Net Entertainment or Playtech.

The Play N’ Go video poker comes in a range of 6 different hand numbers and does offer an auto-hold feature, though this does not play optimum strategy only holding hands that are winning hands.
The Play N’ Go table and video poker games offer a basic fast/normal speed adjustment however there is not setting to change the speed of the Play N’ Go slots games.

Slots games do come with an auto-spin feature but tend to offer fairly basic free spin or click random object bonus features. As a standard Play N’ Go do publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House edge figures for their slots games in the game help files. If you take the time to look through the figures you’ll see some very competitively priced games on offer.

Play N’ Go still require some work to compete at the top end of the market, but they’ve made a good start and have some notable clients already.