NetEnt Slots Trump Microgaming Slots

Since 1994 Microgaming was the Rolls Royce of casino software. In 2003 Thunderstruck, Spring Break and Ladies Nite were released. Designed on Aussie Pokies with 5 reels, 9 pay-lines, featuring free spins and Wild multipliers. Microgaming video slots rocked it for player’s.

However lately MGS has dropped the ball, with buggy download software and poor quality slot machines. Did the MGS development take a siesta, waking to be Rip Van Winkle’s? It would seem so. Brands such as Betsoft, NexGen Gaming and NetEnt are producing awesome video slots.

Being an avid Microgaming gambler since 1997, I’ve become very disappointed. Not only are their video slots lacking excitement but worse, they seem exceedingly tight. Granted I’m a fan of high variance slot games and they can be very volatile. However when I compare wins on Microgaming Break da Bank Again slot before, to what the poor wins now…

I have to wonder, are MGS slots RTP really set-in-stone – I honestly have my doubts!

For the past few months I’ve been playing at Guts Casino and having a wow of a time on the NetEnt video slot Gonzo’s Quest. On average I could make a withdrawal every 5 deposits or so, if I wanted to. Personally unless I win a couple of thousand dollars at a casino, I don’t both. However compared to my slots game play at a Microgaming casino, well sometime I’ve gone over 6 months without even a chance of making a withdraw. Numbers don’t lie!

I think Microgaming need to pull their finger out and get with the program or pretty soon online gamblers will be saying… Microgaming, who are they?