As its name implies, Spin Rio is heavily focused on slots, and there are hundreds of titles available from a variety of software providers. You can dive into modern classics such as Play’n Go’s Book of Dead and NetEnt’s Gonzo’s Quest, along with many of the latest slots from top developers and up and coming names in the indtsry. Players havfe the option to search by game name or software provider to narrow things down, but it would be useful if the expansive library was divided up into a few more categories, genres, for example.
Those looking for big prize pots should head for the jackpots section. The selection here is on the small side compared to many longer-established casinos, but there are some excellent options including Fishin’ Frenzy and Imperial Riches.
There’s a good selection of blackjack games at Spin Rio. You can play classic variations including European Blackjack and Vegas-style games from Microgaming’s partner Switch Studios, such as Vegas Single Deck and Vegas Downtown. There are also some multi-hand games for when you want to ramp the action up a notch. While a few more blackjack games wouldn’t go amiss, there’s enough here to keep most players happy.
There’s a lot going on in Spin Rio’s roulette section. You can play long-standing favourites like European and American Roulette, as well as the Real Roulette series from Real Dealer Studios. These RNG games have human dealers, with the action filmed beforehand to give you the nearest thing to a live dealer game without actually being a live dealer game!
Another eye-catching title is 3D European Roulette by Iron Dog Studios, with its glossy, realistic graphics.