Lucks Casino boasts a selection of more than 400 casino games. This selection does, however become significantly smaller if you’re a player hailing from Canada. With no NetEnt or NextGen games allowed, you’ll be stuck with Microgaming, Quickspin and a bunch of smaller studios. We’re not saying that Microgaming especially doesn’t bring you great games, but it would have been nice to see some slots from Play’n GO, Yggdrasil and the likes as well.
As we mentioned before, it’s mostly Microgaming providing the bulk of available classic machines and video slots. Most significantly among them, are blockbuster slots, such as Game of Thrones, Jurassic World and the Tomb Raider games. It seems a little mean on part of the casino that you can still see all the slots, you’re missing out on, even when you’re logged in with a Canadian address, but you at least are given the opportunity to play all the games in demo mode, so you’re not entirely on the outside.
Progressive Jackpot Games
In the Jackpot Slots department, you’re given the choice among some of the more classic iterations by Microgaming, such as Treasure Nile, Cash Splash and King Cashalot. While all of those are fun and lucrative options, we couldn’t help but miss the big Microgaming Jackpot hit Mega Moolah. Since you’re already overlooked with NetEnt’s wide selection of jackpots, we would have liked to at least see the juggernaut from Microgaming enter the mix.
The selection of table games is nice and wide at Lucks Casino and you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing your favorite blackjack or roulette table. Whether you’re a fan of the American version of roulette or prefer the original European variety with the slightly smaller house edge, you’ll find the right table. The choice in the live casino is much smaller, especially given that you miss out on half of the options again, because they’re provided by NetEnt, but you can still take a seat at a number of blackjack and roulette tables to try your luck.