The online casino industry operates on something of a meritocracy when it comes to picking slots to feature; if it had evolved in a different way then casinos and software providers could be tied to each other in exclusive deals which would end up in the squeezing out of some of the smaller games developers.
So we should thank these non-exclusive licensing arrangements for allowing smaller companies such as Leander Games to grab a small slice of the action in the face of the industry’s bigger players. Europe tends to be the focus of the online slots market so it’s something of a surprise to learn that Leander Games is an Argentinian company, set up in 2008 in Buenos Aires.
Leander makes a big feature of the fact that it’s development team contains a diverse range of job titles and this is something that’s going to become increasingly important in the near future. Developers such as Net Entertainment and Rabcat are producing online slots which are pushing the boundaries of 3D graphics and that artistic skill is becoming more and more important – Leander clearly recognises this fact and, like the above companies, their slots reflect the importance of visual attractiveness as well as exciting gameplay.
Bonus games are a big feature of some of their recent slots; recently we’ve reviewed Megadeth and Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves and to say we liked them is an understatement. Aside from the bonus games, Megadeth also includes an innovative auto-nudge feature which will be familiar to UK fruit machine fans.
Leander Games describes their mission as creating “great graphics, excellent animations, super exciting mathematics and hyper-attractive concepts” and the games we’ve reviewed so far certainly conform to that standard.
External Link: https://www.leandergames.com
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