Having lent it’s name to a slot, scratchcard, version of roulette, version of blackjack and bingo it was perhaps no surprise to see Deal Or No Deal enter the slots arena in the shape of Deal Or No Deal Spins. It’s presence was shortlived as Gaming Realms launched DOND Casino – so DOND Spins from Tau Gaming adopted it’s current guise, Arcade Spins. This is a Dragonfish powered site with a good selection of slots, table games and live casino.
A Better Deal
In many respects the name change has benefited brand. As it was DOND Spins only offered a branded version of roulette which kind of made little sense with respect to the name. Arcade Spins is a lot safer and sets less expectation. The site itself is basic with purple and pink dominating the colour palette.
The arcade theme flows through the site’s main page and there are high scores (big winners) and a random game selector to link the site to old school arcade machines. Access to the site is good with mobile, desktop and tablet. No app is required.
No Wagering Spins
New players are welcomed with a deposit bonus offer – deposit £10 using the code ARCADE and receive 25 spins on the Sharknado slot. Any winnings from these spins are credited as bonus and come with a x40 wagering term. Arcade Spins dropped the no wagering aspect of it’s brand in May 2020. The maximum award you can receive from these free spins is £2.50.
Qualifying daily visitors to the site can collect daily bonus spins. These are valid provided you’ve wagered at least £1 and deposited £5 in the past 30 days. Details about these and other promotions are hard to find, but they can be found via the lobby by clicking the smiley face in the top right of the site. Wagering terms now apply to these spins.
As you’d expect from a Dragonfish powered slot brand, there are many top slots to enjoy including Rainbow Riches, Cleopatra, Pixies Of The Forest, Kitty Glitter, Sparks, Cashino, Guns N Roses, Big Lebowski, Drive, Starburst, Golden Goddess and Dazzle Me. The layout of the lobby area isn’t particularly exciting. You can find slots by new, all and your favourites – plus there’s a search box and a randomiser. There’s no indication of progressive jackpots, although they are available, and there are no table games or live casino either.
Arcade Spins has a number of good points for players. For example the daily offers of bonus spins may well appeal. However, the site is let down by being disorganised. We’d like to see a top slots and progressive slots section at least! The lack of table games is also a concern – especially as other Dragonfish and 888 entities do offer Live Casino as well as roulette and blackjack options.