AGames

AGames logoAGames, or Another Games, as it’s also called, is a subsidiary for another developer working with the gambling industry. It’s a subsidiary of Boss Gaming Studio and it currently offers more than 40 casino games. This smaller studio was created back in 2017, with the basis of operations for it being in Cyprus. The major focus for AGames seems to be on the Russian market. With this company, Boss Gaming Studio decided to create solutions for the online industry, and they can do pretty much everything for their clients. Starting from online game development, to marketing and slot machine promotion, they cover quite a few areas.

The games which are offered through this developer have certain qualities which will recommend them to operators. For one, these are easy to integrate into existing operations. They have free spins included, customer support for the operators is 24/7, and they are also given statistics in regards to the games and financial operations. They can manage their bonuses and work directly with players. Add to this the possibility to use a wide variety of currencies, and that cryptocurrencies are supported as well, or that their slots have up to 97% RTP, so players are likely to keep coming back. The safety and security of their content is guaranteed by GLI, which gave them their security certificate.

BOSS Platform: it’s a suite of products which can be used by operators to launch their own casino online. It’s GDPR-compliant and it respects the regulations of MGA (Malta jurisdiction). It comes with the casino engine, a sportsbook and a complete back-office.

History of AGames

The story of AGames begins with their parent company, Boss Gaming Studio, which was founded in 2015. They’re a Cyprus based company, which also has offices in Curacao and Ukraine. They seem to have strong connections to the Russian market, the strategy appearing to be on expansion into that region. They have a couple of dozen slot machines that they’ve created in a relatively short period of time. The story of AGames seems to have began in 2017.

In recent news, we’ve found that the parent company has participated in several trade exhibitions of the industry, including iGB Live 2018. The most recent addition to their software is NetEnt, so there should be good variety on their platform already.

Boss has also been shortlisted at SBC Awards, in the category Rising Star in Gaming.

Games

Out of the 40+ casino games which AGames has under its brand, about 20+ are slot machines. On average, I’ve found them to be a delight to play, with excellent graphics and decent features for you to take advantage of.

I’ve also noticed quite a few with unique themes, which have been a lot of fun. I’d include Atomic Mushrooms in that category, with mutant mushrooms being your main characters inside. Others would be slots like Space Jail (futuristic with alien inmates) or Animals Steam (steampunk with animals as main characters).

Beyond the stories that are being told, the graphics are also quite good. They’re not as modern as those from other major developers, but they have their own style and way of doing things, and they do look very good.

Most of the features I’ve seen in their games have been regular ones, so if you like wild symbols, scatters, multipliers, bonus games and free spins, their slots will happily give you access to them. I haven’t noticed any innovative options in the games I’ve checked out.

As for the payouts which are offered, most of their slots have a top jackpot of 1,000x to give away, with some getting multipliers as well, to take that amount a bit higher. It’s not a hugely impressive jackpot, but it works.

Popular Titles

I think you will easily find interesting games to play in the AGames collection. Some of my favorites have been titles like Atomic Mushrooms, Cute Farm and Space Jail, but plenty of others look good.

Highest RTP Games

If you’re looking for more than just pretty graphics from your slot machines, you will be glad to hear that the slots coming out of AGames will have RTP as high as 97%, according to their own claims.