Slots Ltd boasts a selection of more than 400 casino games, which is cut roughly in half for Canadian players if you take into account that we can’t play any NetEnt games. It’s very hard to find a specific casino game because there’re no real filter options and when we tested, not even the search bar was working. You would just put in the name of a game, press enter and absolutely nothing would happen. The only filter options are slots, casino (which is a selection of all the live and table games), roulette, blackjack, live casino and table games. A lot of that seems a little redundant, since the table games is not that big that you wouldn’t find the blackjack or roulette game of your choice, but it’s something.
The slots of the casino come from Microgaming and smaller studios, such as Leander Games and ELK Studios. You can relive the exciting times of the war for Westeros with Microgaming’s Game of Thrones or brave the dinosaurs in Jurassic World by the same provider. If you’d rather play something a little more obscure, you could try your luck at Ho Ho Tower or the mildly offensive Taco Brothers by Elk Studios. You’ll have to peruse the selection and try wildly to find the games you like, because, as we said, there aren’t any adequate search options.
The selection of table games is thankfully not as big as the one for slots, so it’s no biggie that you have to scroll through the games instead of being able to search. You have the standard versions of roulette and can also choose between American and European roulette. There’s a bunch of different blackjack tables and also some variations of classic poker games, so you’re covered on most bases. The live casino offers a similar, albeit much smaller selection. There’s 13 games in total and 3 of them are provided by NetEnt Live and are thus not available to Canadian players. The rest of the games is your standard fare of roulette and blackjack and we guess that the good people at Slots Ltd haven’t ever heard of a little game called baccarat.
Progressive Jackpot Slots
The missing filters and search option comes to its peak when we’re looking at the jackpot slots. Or rather when we’re aimlessly scrolling through the whole game selection to find a jackpot slot. There isn’t even a search tab for those games, but sure…have one for table games, casino, roulette AND blackjack…great idea! After what felt like hours of scrolling, we came across Microgaming’s King Cashalot, which is an old timey progressive jackpot slot, but that’s about it. There’s no Mega Moolah or Major Millions in sight.