Power Spins Review
Sometimes it’s hard remaining unbiased when reviewing online casinos, and every now and again, you make the decision that you don’t have to, this is one of those times. The name Power Spins really irritates me. It’s not particularly rational, and it’s certainly subjective, there are probably at least as many people who like it as don’t, but it annoys me.
I am always a little sceptical when a site focuses purely on the slots audience through its name. it is becoming increasingly popular to do so, because, as we all know, slot games are becoming more popular in general, but it seems odd to actively attempt to cut out fans of all other game types, especially, like in the case of Power Spins, when those game types are actually on offer.
But the word that annoys me more is Power, I don’t understand what Power Spins is supposed to mean, the slots here are no more powerful than they are anywhere else, because they are the same slots!Another issue with Power Spins, one that is less personal, is that the no deposit free spins here come with a 35x wagering requirement, has a 3-day expiry on playthrough and on wins, and has a winnings cap of £100, which takes something of the shine off what would otherwise be a lovely offer (50 no deposit free spins.)
Design and theme
Bright blues, a logo that is almost comic like in its font, but not quite enough, a depiction of a slot machine behind the logo, and an entirely blue background with equally questionable depictions of lightning bolts breaking through it, makes this site look like it was made by a 12-year-old having their first effort at web design without knowing anything about it.
Navigation is simple enough, which is a great featue; many games are available via thumbnails on the homepage and game categories and promotions are easy enough to find, which is a step in the right direction.
All is not quite lots for Power Spins though, the online casino community is pretty unforgiving, unless you offer them an amazing selection of games from 20 plus software developers, new slots, old slots, a range of other gaming options, you can win them back that way, so does Power Spins do this? Of course not. Instead Power Spins offers games from six developers, IGT Interactive, NetEnt, Playtech, Quickspin, SG Gaming, and Williams Interactive.
These are very good software providers, in the cases of NetEnt and Playtech arguably two of, if not the two biggest around right now, but because of that, their games are available at a plethora of other sites and normally accompanied by a host of titles from other developers around.
Essentially what power Spins has done here is built itself up to be a behemoth in the world of online slot games, failed to do that and taken all of the joy out of their welcome bonus, and packaged all of this atrociousness in one of the least attractive design concepts you will ever see.
Power Spins Depositing Information
|First Deposit Bonus||0%|
|Payment methods||Neteller, Visa, Mastercard, Visa Electron, Skrill, Maestro, Boku|
|Withdrawal methods||Neteller, Visa, Mastercard, Skrill|
|Accepted Currencies||British Pounds|
|Restricted countries||United States, Afghanistan, Australia, Belgium, British Indian Ocean Territory, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Libya, Macao, Malawi, Netherlands, Niger, Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Spain, Sudan, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United States Minor Outlying Islands, Zimbabwe|
Power Spins Information
|Games available||Casino games, Blackjack, Card and table games|
|Software||NetEnt, Playtech, IGT, Barcrest|
|Companies that own this site||Bgo Entertainment|
|Download Required?||You are not required to download this site, there is an instant play version at Power Spins|
|Downloadable version also available?||No|
|Play For Fun?||No|
|Licenses||UK Gambling Commission, Alderney Gambling Commission|
|RTP||No information available|
|Maximum withdrawal limit||100000 GBP per month|