If you like your online casino experience to be encrusted with cheap looking, unpleasant faux diamonds at every turn, then your prayers have finally been answered with the recent launch of Plush Casino, possibly the tackiest online casino that has ever been released (which is quite the statement if you consider the sites that have come before).
The interesting thing about that being true, is that it won’t necessarily work against this new casino site, because with the size of the online playing community, there is an audience for every concept, and tackiness undoubtedly has its fans, so if it doesn’t everything else right, Plush Casino could still find considerable success.
Licensed in both Gibraltar and the UK, Plush has an instant sense of trustworthiness that many new casinos would be immensely envious off.
This Nektan casino also has the legacy of the network it is a part of going for it, and when you throw in a 200% welcome bonus up to £50 and 50 free spins on Starburst on your first deposit, followed by bonuses on your next two into the mix, and combine it with a variety of payment methods and excellent customer service, Plush Casino certainly seems to know what it’s doing.
Design and theme
The work tacky was used earlier, but it cannot be overstated how atrociously tacky this site is.
The logo looks like it is encrusted with pound shop diamante gems, although it is probably supposed to look adorned with diamonds, and the traditional uncomfortable looking attractive model standing near a roulette table (something that seems to be a necessity for all sites with a black and gold colour scheme, which, obviously, Plush Casino has).
There’s aspects of dark red involved in the design theme too, another go-to colour for those attempting to appear lavish without making any real effort outside of a colour scheme.
The painting-by-numbers style of the artwork here is a shame, because the site is actually set up very well in terms of simple navigation. There’s a side bar that gives you access to everything from games, to promotions, to information on the Plush casino site and even blogs, while a host of thumbnails in the centre of the home page allow you to get to the most popular games on the site with one click of your mouse, which is all very impressive, but doesn’t make up for the lazy design work. Although, as stated previously, there’s probably still an audience for it.
A new online casino needs to hit the ground running in terms of the games on offer and keep on improving as time goes by, and Plush Casino has certainly made a good start on that with titles currently coming from Blueprint Gaming, ELK Studios, Extreme Live Gaming, Felt, IGT, Nektan, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, Realistic Games, SG Gaming, and Williams Interactive.
This is certainly enough to be getting on with and as long as Plush adds a steady stream of extra developers to the mix, then this site should keep its players happy for a long time.
Variety in game category is also important and you’ll get that here too, video slots are in abundance, as are table and card games including several varieties of blackjack, roulette, and more, as well as a Live Casino for the true-to-life fans. Scratchcards for lovers of instant win games can also be found, so you’re unlikely to get bored here any time soon.
Plush Casino’s look will probably turn of a few prospective customers, but those who see past that will find an excellent casino on the other side.