Belatra Games Software
Belatra Games is a bit different than other software developers in the online casino industry in that they didn't start out doing what they do now. They were actually founded in 1993 as a general game studio, and the online casino industry didn't actually begin until a few years later. They have offices in Belarus, which is where they were originally founded, and they are known for making both land-based and online slots in addition to other types of games.
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This company started out producing slots for the land-based sector. They would later port several of their games over to the online side, but they have also produced a number of games that were for online players only. However, because they were producing slots for land-based game cabinets back before the online industry was born, they have more experience than almost any other software developer active in the game today. This is a key piece of information that they could use to their advantage at some point.
In both their selection of slots and video poker games, which comes to around 100 total online titles together, they tend to focus more on gameplay than visual appeal. The graphics for a lot of their games are a bit on the average side, but almost all of their games have very good gameplay. It's worth noting that you'll find a variety of themes and concepts used in their games, but many of them have been done before over and over again. On one hand, that's hard to avoid completely. On the other hand, some of their games do have themes that you won't see often anywhere else.
Most Popular Titles
Their most popular titles are from their selection of slots. One such game is Anotherland, a game based on a fictional, fantasy world with good graphics and sticky wilds that stack up across all of your free spins to give you chances to fill the screen with wilds. Another good choice is Piggy Bank, an online version of a popular land-based slot that they ported over. It's about trying to break into a bank using a piggy bank theme along with cops and robbers as a motif.
Belatra Games has one fatal flaw, and it's that they don't focus on graphics as much as they probably should to be competitive in today's market. All of the top names have games with exceptional visual presentations, and Belatra can't really compete with that when it comes to the majority of their games. If they were to offer versions of their land-based titles that didn't use the same graphics that were developed in the 1990s, it would go a long way towards getting their games in front of more players.