As stated in our Novomatic casinos review, the terms “Novomatic software” and “Greentube software” are somehow interchangeable and a clear definition is not easily given. The Novomatic games run on the Greentube platform, and that’s the reason why the flagship slot Book of Ra is listed either as a Greentube or as a Novomatic title.
In any case, it seems that Greentube made a few right choices over the past years and today, it takes pride in developing content that is not only instantly recognised by players but also on par with the competitors’ content in terms of innovation, graphics, and integrated features.
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A list of our favourite and recently reviewed greentube slots. Some of them are available for demo play and some of them aren’t launched yet.
Greentube / Novomatic Slots and Table Games
So, what exactly makes the Greentube slots stand out from the rest? One of the most clear-cut definitions given by a player is that the Greentube slots are “Those who have the sound “Dudeli-dudeli-dudeli-du” each time you spin and has a screeming bell each time you win something apparently big”. Let’s add a few words to the above explanation, though.
High volatility slots are Novomatic’s speciality. In other words, before you load a Greentube/ Novomatic-powered slot, keep in mind that if you do not play carefully, you may critically damage your bankroll. As a general rule, you should not expect the base game to make you a millionaire, but those who have already spun a Greentube slot would agree that it feels really good to trigger a bonus feature. So, if you are patient enough to keep spinning the reels until you land a bonus symbol, you should expect a big win.
If the last few lines made you reconsider your decision to play a Novomatic/ Greentube slot, you should totally try some NetEnt titles as the majority of them are low volatility slots that grind small, but frequent winnings.
The Greentube portfolio consists predominantly of slots but a quick look at Greentube’s portfolio shows that the company is making efforts towards diversifying its table games’ offering. Some of the prominent titles include Lux Blackjack, Royal Crown Blackjack, Royal Crown 3 Card Brag, Royal Crown European Roulette, Mystery Roulette x38, Vegas Roulette, Sic Bo, Baccarat. The video poker offering is presented by Joker Wild, Jacks or Better, Deuces Wild, American Poker.
Bingo fans will not be disappointed either, as Greentube offers Bingo 10, 1-2-3 Bingo, Scratch & Go Bingo, Book of Ra Bingo, Bruno Bingo, Dynamite Bingo, Silverball.
What about the live casino? Are there any live casino games powered by Greentube? Strange as it may seem, there is no straightforward answer to that question.
Greentube used to provide live casino games, but back in 2018, Pragmatic Play acquired Novomatic’s Extreme Live Gaming for an undisclosed amount. Since then, Greentube’s live casino games are nowhere to be found.
*keep in mind that due to licensing issues, the Greentube titles you see in a casino’s lobby might not be playable from your jurisdiction.
Licensing and Game Fairness
Ladbrokes and Unibet – two globally recognised brands use the Greentube platform, which speaks volumes of its quality, but here is some more information to support your notion of Greentube as a legit game supplier.
As you know, game providers operate under different licenses. That’s the reason why some of the games you see in the casinos’ lobby are not playable. To be able to provide its services worldwide, Greentube holds multiple licenses from the UK, Alderney, Gibraltar, Malta, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Latvia, and Schleswig-Holstein.
Games’ fairness is regularly tested by independent agencies, so you may rest assured the outcome of each spin is completely unbiased. All wins and losses are electronically generated, there is not a pattern or superstition to help you find out the intervals on which a slot pays out.
Best Paying Greentube Slots
Before you jump to conclusions and deem the Greentube titles as slots that do nothing but destroy your bankroll, you need to be aware of some caveats that will help you better understand how the slots work.
Do not take the RTP too literally – RTP stands for Return to Player Percentage. For example, if you choose a slot that has a RTP of 97%, and you wager £1, you should expect a return of 0.97p. Sadly, things are not so straightforward as the RTP is determined over thousands of spins. In the long term, the RTP might be 97% indeed, but it does not mean that in short term you can expect such a return of your wager.
At the same time, there is yet another factor you should take into account – the variance/ volatility. Low volatility slots give out small, but consistent payouts. Likewise, the high volatility ones do not give out frequent wins. The big wins are usually generated by triggering a bonus feature. All things considered, playing a Greentube slot means that you should be careful to keep your bankroll in a good condition, and patient enough to activate a bonus game.
- Lucky Lady’s Charm Deluxe slot 97.10%
- Columbus Deluxe – 97%
- Dolphin Pearl Deluxe – 96.20%
- Sizzling Hot Deluxe – 95.7%
- Plenty on Twenty – 95.4%
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