Do you have a favorite software developer? It’s hard to narrow down what is essentially a high-quality field. We would consider the names Betsoft, Microgaming, Playtech, and NetEnt to be contenders for our favorites. But then we also love games from Genesis Gaming, Spinomenal, Rival Gaming, NextGen Gaming, WGS… this is harder than we thought!
So, can you pick a favorite? Let’s see how this might be possible.
Play as many diverse games as you can
This is the trick to seeing what is out there and what you might like to play most. It’s quite possible you only find one great game from a provider and don’t much care for the rest.
There will be names out there you are less familiar with than the ones mentioned above. However, don’t discount them. You might find some treasures within a collection you have never heard of prior to finding it.
If you like a game from one provider, try some of their other titles too
This is a good point to remember. We spotted a game from Playtech years ago (we cannot recall which one now) and we loved it when we first tried it. From there, we played a few others and they now rank as one of our favorite software developers.
There is no guarantee you will like other titles in the range simply because you enjoy playing one of them. But it is always worth a look to see what else they can offer.
Watch out for their newest releases to see whether they hold your attention
If you happen to pick an earlier release from a software developer, you might be disappointed at its quality. A good example is to choose one of the earliest releases from Microgaming before playing one of their most recent titles. This will present a stark contrast between the two. It is also why we suggest playing a few games from one provider rather than stopping after the first one.
Remember also that many slots are available to try in demo mode. That means you are free to give them a try without worrying about any real bets. You can try as many slots as you like without risking losing anything. It means you are in a great position to explore the back catalogs of these developers, to try and find your favorite developer among them.