Sweden is a leading nation in the igaming industry with giants such as NetEnt, Yggdrasil, Play’n GO and Quickspin. At the end of 2016, Nolimit City enterted the market to challenge them
While the company itself is located in Malta, it’s development branch is in Stockholm, Sweden. The people behind the company are not new to this however, and together they have over 10 years of experience working at some of the most successful gambling software providers.
But what about they games? Because that’s really all we care about. Are they low, medium or high volatile? Are they easy to understand? Do they run smoothly?
Currently Nolimit City have 6 games: Kitchen Drama: BBQ Frenzy, WIXX, Kitchen Drama: Sushi Mania, Oktoberfest, Space Arcade and Creep Carnival. All they games are of very high quality in terms of looks and sound, and the gameplay is smooth too.
As can be seen on the image above, the slots have a modern look to them and at first glance you might think it’s a computer game. Nolimit City have no doubt tried a different approach by being innovative and trying to offer something new to the market. Unfortunately their games seem to be more on the low to medium end of the volatility index and the potential doesn’t seem to be that great. There is a market for these kinds of slots for sure, but we see a greater interest in ultra high volatile slots today with the introduction of games such as Bonanza, Danger High Voltage and White Rabbit. Gamblers want to win, and they want to be able to win big.
At the time of writing the company only have a handful of games and even though they all play different you get the feeling you’ve played them all after having tried only 2 games. Good looks is not as important as you would expect in the igaming industry and players are quick to judge the potential of slots. Some of the worst looking slots are also some of the most popular if we look at games such as Book of Ra, Zeus III, Dead or Alive and Montezuma (the update to html5 helped a bit however).
We welcome new slot providers and competition is always a good catalyst for competitors to step up their games. However, we feel that Nolimit City needs some time to mature before they can even come close to challenging the giants.