Established in 2005, Play’n Go started as one of the first companies to recognise the potential of mobile slots and has since grown into one of the largest iGaming suppliers in the world. If you’re looking for something with exceptional graphics, smooth gameplay, and plenty of variety, then Play’n Go has it all.
About Play’n Go
Play’n Go has been around for so long, that there’ll definitely be a game name you’ll recognise from them. From their humble beginnings as a small company in Sweden to the supplier they’ve blossomed into now, Play’n Go has been nothing if not consistent when it comes to releasing incredible slot titles.
From the Rich Wilde and Cat Wilde series, stemming from the infamous Book of Dead, to niche titles like ZZ Top: Roadside Riches, there’s so much choice and variety, you wouldn’t believe the catalog of games were all made by Play’n Go.
So let's have a look at some of our favourite titles from this well-established slots provider.
The Best Play’n Go Slots
Reactoonz is a quirky little cluster pay game from Play’n Go released in 2017, featuring some vibrant aliens who have the ability to merge together into mega symbols. When a certain number of symbols and clusters form in a spin, the Gigantoon, in its perch at the side of the reels, will offer a modifier. This can happen up to four times, each with a different modifier, until the bonus round is reached.
This bonus round doesn’t offer free spins, but the Gigantoon in its floating platform will descend onto the reels and take up a section of the reels, getting increasingly smaller each time it completes a win until it is spread across many single spaces. The Gigantoon acts as a wild, to create wins for other symbols paired with it.
This game spanned another journey for Play’n Go, with the release of future and spin-off titles such as Gigantoonz and Dr. Toonz.
House of Doom 2: The Crypt
At the opposite end of the spectrum are gothic games like House of Doom 2: The Crypt, a game for those with a darker disposition who are more interested in the dark arts than tiny aliens. Conceptually, this slot game epitomizes everything gothic, from the edgy symbols such as spike-laden skulls, candelabras, potion and hex ingredients, mistresses of darkness, and daggers as well as gothic style letter symbols. Wild symbols can trigger free spins, in which the expanding wilds become even more valuable.
House of Doom 2: The Crypt also has a number of modifiers on its reels, but these are triggered by the expanding wild symbols across the traditional 5x3 reels video slot, and each mistress has her own modifier to offer when the symbol expands, such as multipliers, symbol transformation, and even the ability to use all modifiers at once. Logo symbols give free spins, which hold more potential for modifiers to trigger.
Legacy of Dead
Stepping into the Egyptian theme we know so well, Play’n Go has consistently brought good Egyptian slots to mobile. Legacy of Dead works well as a flashy slot, with deities of all types and very golden symbols. This slot is atmospheric and immersive, which is what we like from our Egyptian slots. Even the backdrop shows an impressive tomb interior with flickering lights and large, carved pillars.
Matching three of the gaudy temples on the reels will trigger free spins and randomly select a symbol to become an expanding symbol. To trigger this expansion, the symbol must land across any three reels, they will then expand across the reels and generate wins as if they were wilds. This can give a maximum win of up to 5000x stake.
Play’n Go, made to play on the go
We love Play’n Go at 21.co.uk, with its many versatile slots, it’s hard to find something to hate about this fantastic provider. Diverse and innovative, Play’n Go has set a standard for some of the best online slots, so we hope you’ll enjoy them as much as we do.