Five Vastly Underrated Casino Games for 2019

As with video games in general, certain casino games can sometimes get overlooked in terms of popularity for unexplained reasons. Being underrated, of course, can be a badge of honor in any genre of media, but it seems a shame that some brilliant games are bypassed by players. Below, we have picked five games available at online casinos in 2019 that perhaps don’t get the praise they deserve, and that is maybe worth a second look:

Spin Town – by Red Tiger Gaming

To be frank, Spin Town is a bit of a mess thematically. It’s based on the premise of a collection of people trying to cross a street at a pedestrian crossing (sounds weird, right?). While that doesn’t seem so exciting, the game is nevertheless bags of fun. If you want to get an idea of what it’s all about, is a top brand to feature the Spin Town slot, but it’s enough to say that the game prioritizes the gameplay over any ‘story’. Indeed, the possibility of big wins should be considered more important than any theme in a casino game, and Spin Town certainly delivers that potential in its own, slightly bizarre, fashion.

Beach Life – Playtech

Beach Life has been available at online casinos for several years, but it hasn’t really got the respect it deserves as a classic game. It’s a bright, breezy online slot that is very easy to play, but that somewhat clouds the fact that Beach Life packs a mighty punch when it comes to payouts. In fact, Beach Life’s progressive jackpot award – paid when receiving five wild symbols on the 20th payline – is among the biggest you will find anywhere online. The highest payout was over £5 million, and the average payout for the jackpot is over £2 million. You could compare it to winning the national lottery.

The Legend of Shangri-La: Cluster Pays – NetEnt

One of the most beautifully crafted slot games around, the Legend of Shangri-La is often overlooked in favor of NetEnt’s other big-hitting games. In fairness, the jackpot potential isn’t anywhere near the other games mentioned so far on this list, but the clever little extras in the game should make up for that in terms of gameplay. Most casinos will let you bet up to £200 spin on the game (fine, if you have that sort of cash) so you can make a big profit if you are a high roller.

Kong: The Eighth Wonder of the World – Playtech

There are lots of slots based on movies out there, but Kong slot might be just the pick of the punch. The game uses real footage and imagery from the Peter Jackson directed movie, and those elements are woven into the fabric of the gameplay to create a stunning looking product. The game really gets going when any of the special bonus features are activated. These can lead to prizes big enough to match the game’s eponymous main character.

 Leprechaun’s Luck – Ash Gaming

As with movie-based slots, there is such a large number of Irish-luck and leprechaun-themed games out there. It almost feels like saturation, and it can be difficult to stand out from the crowd. Leprechaun’s Luck by Ash Gaming is perhaps the best of the bunch, but it gets overshadowed by the ubiquitous Rainbow Riches (Barcrest). The games are reasonably similar, but the former boasts a progressive jackpot which is potentially worth millions. The bonus games and special features are also a big draw for players.


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