Based in the United Kingdom, Electrcade is an online betting software developer who designs casino slots, table games, and bingo products. Founded in 2004, Electracade has grown in leaps and bounds over the years, and was acquired in 2008 by the betting group OpenBet, which in turn is owned by the private equity firm Virtruvian Partners.
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Online Slot Content
Electracade doesn't have a large slot library, but the games that it does offer are of high quality. Titles range from completely unique games such as Rich Pickin's and Mini Cleopatra, all the way to licensed movie themed games such as Legally Blonde and Robocop.
The slots themselves aren't terribly complicated, but generally do feature several pay lines, Scatter Symbols, Win Multipliers, and Free Spins. Some games do have Pick'em style bonus rounds, which offer unique experiences. A particular example of this is Alien Autopsy, where punters are given the opportunity to dissect an alien corpse for big cash prizes!
If there is a particular style to be attributed to Electracade's slots, it is that the graphics appear to be hand drawn and in 2D, not relying on footage from the above mentioned movies to help power the games. Whether or not this is a good attribute is in the eyes of the player.
Roulette and Scratch Cards
Electracade's focus isn't solely on slots, as the developer has put out a range of quality roulette, keno, scratch card, and bingo games in the past. Electracade's roulette offering is dubbed "Card Roulette", and allows players to place wagers on 52 different numbers as well as suits and more traditional roulette bets.
The parlor games that Electracade develops are a bit more simple, relying on you only to scratch the cards or watch the numbers drop in a keno or bingo game. While the games aren't terribly involved, they do look nice and play even better.
Security and Licensing
Electracade is licensed to operate in both the United Kingdom as well as Alderney, meaning that the group is subjected to strict security and fairness tests for its software. Electracade thus subjects every one of its games and systems to rigorous and regular audits, and the firm holds certification by Technical Systems Testing (TST).
Because of these licensing requirements, Electracade publishes Return to Player percentages, which is the amount that players can generally expect to recoup while playing a slot over a given period of time. Published RTP percentages at Electracade aren't the highest we have seen from a gaming developer, but are decent as they generally fall into the 94-96% range.
Electracade isn't a large betting game developer, but the games that it does put out are of high quality. The group was founded in 2004, and has grown to become quite large since it was acquired by OpenBet back in 2008. Because of this acquisition, players can access this developer's slots at big name casinos such as Boyle and Gala, where they can enjoy safe and secure slots, roulette, bingo, keno, and scratch cards.
The game's aren't overly complex, but do feature a nice amount of extra features, such as Free Spins, Win Multipliers, Pick'em Rounds, Wilds, and Scatter symbols, ensuring that you will be coming back for more fun.