Wow, what a month. August is always one of the grandest months of the year. Did you know that Emperor Augustus named it such to celebrate his defeat of Cleopatra? Every day’s a school day at Casino Kings. But in the world of slots, August has been a MEGA month, well worthy of the capitals, thanks to so many great slots releases. Let’s have a recap, shall we?
A Month Of Slot Madness
With top gaming developers such as NetEnt, ELK and Iron Dog Studios releasing slots on a regular basis, we’ve been nothing but privileged this month. Just take NetEnt’s Jumanji slot, a nostalgic revisit to the original film, board game all intact. And a great homage to the late, great Robin Williams – another great movie slot from NetEnt. August was a super month overall for NetEnt slot releases, giving us more popular slots including Swipe and Roll, which lets us relive the 1960s and play for up to 8,100 times our stake. The Swedish maestros finished the month off superbly thanks to its vivacious Berry Burst slot. Amazing animations, fun features and rich rewards – NetEnt knows how to deliver.
Meanwhile, Iron Dog Studio transported us to Hawaii on its Wai-Kiki slot, adorning symbols with tropical leis and helping us surf towards free spins. ELK gave us a Tropic Thunder type slot with Platooners, imagining what life would be like behind the scenes on a movie, but with hilarious consequences. The military theme continued with 2by2 Gaming’s Agent Valkyrie slot, giving us espionage, top bonus features and a new femme fatale character that gives Agent Jane Blonde a run for her money.
We then head to the lush scenery of Africa and marvel at what wild animals are up to on Lightning Box’s Silver Lioness 4x, a slot that multiplies our Wilds and lets us become head of the pride.
A Month To Remember
These are just some of the best slots that have been released in August, ones that we keep coming back to. Have you got a favourite? Or perhaps one that’s not on the list? Let us know. Meanwhile, enjoy all the great slots we’ve seen this month and let’s see what September will bring.