Huge Slots is an odd name for an online casino. I understand that slots games are immensely popular right now and aiming at the audience who enjoy playing this particular game type is a popular idea, and that is fine, it is the word huge that confuses me.
My issue here is with the grammar, huge does not mean a large number, huge means of a great size, suggesting that this is a site that offers slot games that are larger in size than anybody else’s slot games, which is something that is far more dependent on the size of your screen that it is on the games that are on offer here.
It probably isn’t fair to focus an entire review of an online casino on the grammar failures of its name, however, so let’s get into what this site has to offer for those who are not put off by the irregular use of English.
Huge Slots was launched in 2017, making it one of the newest slots on the market, and therefore giving it quite an uphill struggle if it has any chance of finding success in this highly competitive market.
It takes a lot in terms of content for a site to accomplish this, so does it seem like Huge Slots is going to succeed in this?
Design and theme
When you arrive at Huge Slots you are met with a slogan, “not just playing around.” I have already focused on the name for a while, so let’s not stagger on this too much, but it’s an odd slogan for a site that offers games.
To be fair, this is one of the least worst parts of the design that is found at Huge Slots, which is deeply unimpressive on a surprising number of levels.
The background looks like a PlayStation screensaver, the rest of the site is various shades of dark and bright blue, the logo looks like a child designed it, the entire site looks like it was designed by somebody who had previously designed arcades on British piers in the 70s, and wasn’t even particularly good at that.
Navigation is pretty simple, which is a plus, but with the amount of substantially better looking sites that exist in the online casino market, it is not even close to enough to make up for the several failings that the design of this site has. This doesn’t look like a site that was designed in 2017, it’d have looked old fashioned in the mid-90s.
To be fair to Huge Slots, its name may be nonsensical, and its design concept may be dire, but its games selection is impressive, and that can go a long way when it comes to enticing in players.
The way a site stands out these days, is by offering games from a mix of different software developers, and Huge Slots has a really impressive collection, especially for such a new site.
Games from the likes of 1X2gaming, BetSoft, Blueprint Gaming, ELK Studios, Evolution, Ezugi, Greentube, Leander Games, Microgaming, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, NYX Gaming, Thunderkick, and White Hat Gaming can all be found here, ranging from brand new releases such as NetEnt’s Copy Cats, to classic titles such as Foxin’ Wins.
You’ll find slots, scratch cards, virtual sports games, bingo, and a variety of different table and card games (and a few variations of each one as well) to make sure that you never get bored, this is a really impressive list of games.
Unfortunately, there are other sites that offer the same, and others that offer better choice, which means Huge Slots needs something else, and it doesn’t have anything.