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Fortune Games is one of many Irish-themed casinos among the Hyper Slots sister sites. The big question is what Fortune Games does to distinguish itself from the other casinos on the platform that share the theme – and the answer is that it offers all new players twenty free spins on one of the site’s top Irish-themed slots, with no deposit required to take advantage of the promotion. We’re not totally convinced that the promotion makes Fortune Games better than Rainbow Spins, which is the best of Jumpman’s Irish-themed sites for our money, but it makes it one of the stronger ones. It could make more of a feature out of the Irish-themed games that it offers, but casinos not doing enough to showcase the diversity or depth of their games portfolios is a recurring theme among iGaming sites on this platform.
Some of the themes of the Hyper Slots sister sites are easier to get your head around than others. The theme of Fortune Games is easy to fathom because it’s so blatantly Irish. Pretty Wins is a little stranger. Is the theme of this casino supposed to be “romance?” Possibly so – that would explain the presence of a loved-up young couple on the homepage. Perhaps the message is that couples can come to Pretty Wins together to play casino games. Good luck selling that as a potential date idea. The casino is a little anonymous save for the theme, but its welcome promotion is worthy of mention. It’s a matched deposit of up to £200 on first deposits only. As so many of the other Hyper Slots sister sites ask you to spin either a reel or a wheel to get a random welcome bonus, the availability of a guaranteed one at Pretty Wins is, without any pun intended, welcome.
A few of the Hyper Slots sister sites have big-name, real-world connections. Star Wins is one of them. You wouldn’t necessarily get this from looking at the casino’s homepage, and even the logo might not be enough to give it away, but Star Wins is the official iGaming site of the Daily Star, which is a daily British newspaper. The Star prides itself on its “cheeky” (sometimes sophomore) sense of humour and could reasonably be said to have more personality than all the other British newspapers put together. Star Wins doesn’t reflect that. It isn’t ugly, but it’s a fairly cookie-cutter Jumpman Gaming casino notable only for the fact that it gives newcomers a shot at banking £6000 in bonus money when they make their first three deposits at the site. Much more could have been done with the casino to bring it to life and make the connection with the Daily Star count for something, so it’s hard not to be disappointed.
Banana Spins isn’t entirely themed around bananas. That’s something of a shame, as now we’ve written that down, it sounds like it might be quite a fun idea. Instead, the casino takes its design cues from the well-established jungle theme. There actually aren’t as many jungle-themed casinos on this platform as you might expect there to be; only Jungle Reels stands out from the (large) crowd as another viable candidate if it’s your preferred theme choice. Banana Spins is one of several dozen template-based Hyper Slots sister sites, meaning the layout, game selection and user interface here are copied across the range. Casinos that use this template sometimes try to make themselves stand out by including a few no-deposit free spins or a big-money welcome promotion, but Banana Spins does neither. As such, it fades into the background when compared with the best casinos on the Jumpman Gaming platform.
Much like Star Wins, Daily Record Bingo is the official iGaming presence of a British daily newspaper. That newspaper is (obviously) the Daily Record, which may not be a publication you’ve heard of unless you live in Scotland. There are other newspaper-related casinos among the Hyper Slots sister sites, including the official casinos of the Daily Mirror and the Daily Express. Daily Record Bingo delivers on the final word in its name by offering players a plethora of bingo rooms to choose from, some of which are attached to top prizes that run into the millions of pounds. The bingo rooms don’t come at the expense of slots, though, of which Daily Record Bingo has several hundred. Even if you don’t read the newspaper it’s associated with, Daily Record Bingo should be thought of as a good all-rounder. It’s one of the better casinos on the Jumpman platform.
There are a few Hyper Slots sister sites that appear to have taken inspiration from famous Disney movies. Aladdin Slots is one, and Simba Slots is a better one. The problem with taking inspiration from Disney movies is that Disney is never going to grant anybody an official licence to make casino games or casino sites, and anyone who does so is effectively asking to be sued. That means sites like Simba Slots have to be careful about how close to the source material they get with their content. One step too close to “The Lion King,” and they could be in a lot of trouble. Simba Slots gets it right by offering us a gorgeous view of the African savanna and 20 no-deposit free spins on Fruit Party but showing us no lion characters or anything else that could be identified as being from the film that it’s so clearly based on.
The adventure theme is a popular one among fans of online casinos and the games that appear at them. That’s why Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead is one of the most popular online slots games of all time; the character of Rich Wilde is based on Indiana Jones, and players gravitate towards the character. The same can be said of John Hunter – another Indiana Jones-inspired character who appears in a lot of adventure-themed slots for Pragmatic Play. Mystery Wins comes from the same well of inspiration but comes up a little short. The splash banner graphics on its homepage look fantastic, but nothing is done with the theme beyond the graphics. There aren’t any more adventure-themed games on the homepage of Mystery Wins than you’ll find at any of the other Hyper Slots sister sites – and that’s where and why Mystery Wins fails to connect.
Hyper Slots Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||240|
|Best Sister Sites||Pretty Wins, Fortune Games, Daily Record Bingo, Banana Spins and Star Wins|
|Owner/Operator||Jumpman Gaming Limited: Inchalla, Le Val, Alderney, GY9 3UL, Guernsey|
|Sister sites status||39 Active, 165 White Labels and 36 Inactive sister sites. 240 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 39175|
|N/A – not on Twitter|
|N/A – not on Facebook|
Hyper Slots operator – Jumpman Gaming Limited
There are a lot of casinos like Hyper Slots on the Jumpman Gaming Limited casino network – and we don’t necessarily think that’s a good thing. This is a network that contains over two hundred Hyper Slots sister sites, but most of them are so similar that if we took their themes away, you’d have no way of telling them apart. That’s a consequence of the standard Jumpman Gaming business model. The operator offers white-label turnkey casino solutions to anybody who wants a casino site building, but it uses a template to put those casinos together. The result is a network made up of dozens of casinos that look and feel the same, right down to the games on their homepages and the wording of their promotions. It’s a clone army.
Having so many near-identical casinos doesn’t appear to be an impediment to the success of Jumpman. It’s one of the UK’s largest operators in terms of the number of iGaming sites it’s responsible for and has reached its gargantuan size despite being relatively late to the online casino party when it opened in 2010. There’s a feeling that the company may have stretched itself too thinly, though – if it hadn’t, it might be able to offer something beyond basic email support for the approximately one million players who play at the casinos on its network. Jumpman Gaming Limited ought to be commended for how quickly it’s been able to provide quantity. The company’s next major focus ought to be providing quality – and it has some way to go.
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Hyper Slots Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
The Hyper Slots sister sites that don’t have unique welcome promotions of their own tend to use the Jumpman Gaming Mega Reel to create one for them. Hyper Slots itself is guilty of that same old trick. You may have encountered this promotion before, but just in case you haven’t, it can be claimed by making a first deposit of at least ten pounds when you open an account with Hyper Slots. You’ll then receive precisely one spin of the special Mega Reel, which will deliver you a prize. If you’re exceptionally lucky, the prize will be five hundred free spins on Starburst. If you’re exceptionally unlucky, it could be as few as ten spins on another slots game. Whatever you end up with, all winnings derived from free spins are subject to an x65 wagering requirement.
Why use the Mega Reel once when you could use it repeatedly? That’s the thought process behind the biggest of the ongoing promotions at Hyper Slots. The Jumpman Gaming Mega Reel comes out again for another spin every time players are able to locate and unlock five Hyper Slots trophies. The casino is hiding trophies in all of its digital nooks and crannies, and it’s down to players to find them. For every five Hyper Slots trophies unlocked, the top free spins prize on the Mega Reel creeps up. This pattern continues and repeats until players bag two hundred Hyper Slots trophies, at which point they’re rewarded with an Amazon voucher as a way of saying, “welcome to the 200 club.”
Top Games at Hyper Slots
Hyper Slots has a retro video game-inspired theme but doesn’t serve us any retro video-game-inspired slots. Instead, it serves us the same block of highlighted slots and casino games that you’ll find waiting for you on the homepages of about ninety per cent of the Hyper Slots sister sites. The latest “game of the week” is always listed in the first position, but beyond that, you’ll see a selection of big hits from well-known providers. Starburst (obviously) is one of them, and you won’t be surprised to see Fluffy Favourites or Big Bass Bonanza here, either. Big Bass Splash, the sequel to Big Bass Bonanza, is also in the “featured slots” list as of the time of writing, as are a couple of sequels to Fishin’ Frenzy. We can only surmise that somebody at Jumpman Gaming is a huge fan of fishing-themed casino games.
Licensing and Customer Support
Hyper Slots is covered by UK Gambling Commission licence no. 39175, which is held by Jumpman Gaming Limited and also covers all the Hyper Slots sister sites. The licence is noted with details of a settlement of £500K that Jumpman paid to the UKGC in May 2022. The settlement was paid in lieu of a fine and came after the operator had been deemed guilty of failing to take proper measures to identify customers and prevent money laundering. Hyper Slots customer support is only available on email@example.com, with a two-day wait for replies and no alternative for live chat or telephone support.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
The word ‘hyper’ becomes a little ironic when you consider how Hyper Slots treats withdrawal requests. It puts them all into a 72-hour “pending” queue before deciding whether to approve them or turn them down. If it approves them, cleared funds may then take a further 24-72 hours to show up in player accounts. Hyper Slots can approve withdrawals to any verified, UK-registered debit card or an e-wallet held with Neteller, PayPal or Skrill. All withdrawals are charged at £2.50.
Final Thoughts on Hyper Slots
Hyper Slots has an interesting theme, but it doesn’t have enough substance to hold our interest after gaining it. The visuals at the casino will appeal to anybody who remembers playing 16-bit video games, but the site’s promotions are generic, and its terms and conditions are borderline unacceptable by modern standards. Charging for withdrawals after making players wait between three and six days for them? No, thanks.
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