15 NetEnt games you may want to play one last time
From time to time, online slots are pulled from the market for various reasons. In some cases the license of a branded slot might have expired, and in other cases the game is just not performing on a desirable level anymore. In a communication mail sent out to the operators, NetEnt lists 15 titles to be added to the end-of-life list. NetEnt writes:
The decision has been taken to move a number of low-performing games to the end-of-life list. These games should be disabled in all casinos on the 26th of November 2020, and will not be supported by the upcoming iOS14 version.
The games listed are: Universal Monsters™ The Phantom’s Curse, Swipe and Roll, Witchcraft Academy Spellcast, Twin Spin DeLuxe, Go Bananas!, Copy Cats, Flowers Christmas Edition, Bollywood Story, Hook’s Heroes, Berryburst MAX, Sparks, Theme park: Tickets of Fortune, Magic Portals, Lucky Angler: A Snowy Catch.
Whilst we’re not particularly surprised to see any one of these games being sent off to the graveyard, we’re sure some of them will be missed by one or two punters. There’s also a few things to note about a couple of these games. Out of all the titles listed here, Twin Spin DeLuxe will probably be the least missed one. A sequel to the incredibly popular Twin Spin slot, NetEnt missed the mark so badly with this one that it went on to become somewhat of a joke in the casino community. There’s a Megaways version of Twin Spin coming up soon titled Twin Spin Megaways. Let’s hope there were less chemicals involved in the making of that one.
It’s slightly interesting to see Berryburst MAX scraped so soon too. Developed to satisfy the hardcore gamers with increased volatility and potential, NetEnt’s MAX concept doesn’t really appear to have taken off as expected. With NetEnt now having secured a Megaways license of their own, there will likely be even less demand for MAX slots.
So which one of these games will you miss the most, and why? Let us know in the comments below.