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Author: Stuart Jones
I'm a well established ghost writer for opinion pieces, speeches and a handful of books. I have had a love of sports since I was a kid, that lead to an interest in gambling as I got older. It also expanded from being interested in guessing the results of matches into an enjoyment of the experience of gaming and casinos.
It was the combination of my skills and my passions that lead to this website. I hope you find useful information here and come back to visit again.
A friend just sent me a link to a game that has recently been released for smartphones. Having had a play around, I really enjoyed Dizy. It is a dice game, that only takes a few plays to understand and learn, but kept me playing for a solid 30 minutes.
The game has been developed and launched by the online casino firm behind the Vera&John brands, but this is a free game rather than a paid or gambling game. As far as we can tell, the company’s aim is simply to be a lead generator to their actual website. In which case, it is a nice free addition to my boredom-relieving options while I am waiting for my daily train.
You can find the game available for both Android and iPhones.
News has just reached us that back in January Vera&John’s Danish casino – VeraJohn.dk received final approval and is now fully open for business! Congratulations guys!
Vera&John’s operations are managed in Malta but any online casinos need local Danish authorisation for this particular market. The strict rules enforced in Denmark are good for both operators and players because high standards protect everyone. To be completely honest, we wish that countries walked as careful a path as they do in Denmark – it would certainly clean up the sector.
Vera&John already operates an international brand and a UK only site, both as online casinos hosting many hundreds of games – mainly slots. They are a very well respected company and are clearly doing something right to be growing so consistently.
Online casino game provider Yggdrasil yesterday launched a new game called Alchymedes. You can find the game available in Australia here on SaferGambling.com.
The game has 5 wheels and 4 rows, making it a 60 betline game. The game has multiple levels and bonuses for completing each one. There are also options to mix those end of level spins – just like an Alchemist might – to give players the chance to experiment to find the best and most profitable solution.
I have already played the game out and enjoyed it. That is partly because I love anything with gold coins and partly because of the mystical sense of olde world adventure. Whatever it was, this online casino game kept me entertained and it might do the same for you. Give it is a try today!
Three classic online casino slot games are to be removed in December by NetEnt. The three linked games – the Wonders Series, Tiki Wonders, Icy Wonders and Geisha Wonders – have been popular for several years. Jackpots were combined between the games to create larger prize pots for players.
Many regular casino players will be sad to see these games go as they have had their devoted followers for some years. These were relatively early games in the world of online casino – Tiki Wonders, for example, was launched in 2007.
The last day for all three games will be 14th December 2016. They will be missed.
NetEnt have joined in the festive season by releasing a new online casino game called Secrets of Christmas. This new release brings all of the most fun parts of Christmas to an online slot game. There are five reels, three rows and twenty-five lines of slot machine action to give you a great chance of winning a nice bonus in time for the 25th.
The game is accompanied by a medley of popular and classic Christmas tunes. It give you the chance to win free spins as you unpack your presents and play them as you sit next to the log fire. This game is the definition of an online casino Christmas game!
Most of Europe’s gaming firms fall under the regulatory watch of a small number of nations. As many readers will know, Malta is one of the main online gambling hubs in the world. This week the MGA has published it’s accounts.
In Malta this made news because the annual budget rose sharply. For the rest of us, we can be a little more comforted that the MGA has increased the headcount in it’s enforcement staff significantly. This should lead to more audits, enforcement visits and a continued emphasis on free and fair casino games for us players. This should be a very good thing.