It’s always nice to see a gaming company take risks.
In a business growing as fast as the online gaming sector, it’s not as though they have to! Designers could play it safe and still make a handsome living.
But that’s not how Ezugi does things.
They’ve only been around since 2012, but have been shaking things up of late with a new looks and fresh approach.
Now they’ve dropped EZ Dealer Roulette, an excellent title which will certainly be part of an excellent series. In many ways, it represents a new approach for this brand, and we must admit: it looks good on them.
As the title suggests, the design team keeps this one simple and sweet. The gaming fundamentals are on point, the RTP is outstanding at 97.3%, and the visual approach is stellar.
Although this is not, strictly speaking, a live dealer game, it strongly resembles one in terms of both architecture and game feel. The combination of RNG-driven play and an excellent sense of cinematography may have players quickly forgetting this detail, however.
It’s true… this title is clearly designed to appeal to the same audience and clientele as that of the live dealer scene. There’s even an image of a real croupier standing behind the wheel! The only difference is the lack of a human dealer spinning the wheel, and the fact that players don’t have to wait for an actual, physical ball to land. Otherwise, the gaming substance is the same.