Dream Palace Casino Review
Setting the bar high is a respectable quality, but can also produce a difficult amount of optimism, which may well be what happened when Dream Palace Casino decided that Dream Palace Casino was what it should be called.
Complete with as to be expected neon sign and a seemingly deeply overblown sense of its own importance, Dream Palace Casino has the ability to shut out long time players due to perceived arrogance.
But this has been assumed before, and some sites proved that what appeared to be smugness was actually confidence, and they proceeded to back up their boats, one can only hope that this is what happens with Dream Palace Casino.
Having landed on the market in late 2015, Dream Palace Casino has quite the uphill struggle ahead of itself, especially if it intends to back up its name.
Design and theme
When you first visit this site, you may actually be surprised by the lack of garish colour schemes and images. Yes, there is the neon logo, and the inevitable affluent skyline in the background, but it’s a night time cityscape, and the use of dark blues as the main colours make the site far more attractive than you may have initially assumed.
Everything is boldly labelled, many games are available from the homepage as is the trend currently, and navigation is simple. The theme runs well through the site, and banners match the colour scheme and are equally subtle in terms of bright colours.
All in all, the execution of the design concept is refreshingly attractive considering the over played and over confident theme that the site is running with.
By successfully crossing the first hurdle of being visually attractive, Dream Palace Casino has gone a certain way to make up for its badly thought out name, but that will only get a site so far. What is needed to finish off the return to grace for this site, is a decent amount of gaming options.
With software providers including, but not limited to Microgaming, NextGen Gaming, Thunderkick, Elk Studios, and Quickfire, Dream Palace Casino is certainly making a solid effort to offer the necessary variety to gain the interest of the online casino playing community.
If you are a slots fan with a passion for the old favourites, you will be spoilt for choice here, with Koi Princess, Gonzo’s Quest, Starburst, and Foxin’ Wins just a handful of the popular titles on offer. With a huge amount of total slots, including new games like Guns ‘n’ Roses, and a fair amount of games you are likely to have not discovered before, you are pretty much spoilt for choice here.
But what if slots aren’t your thing? No need to worry at Dream Palace Casino, where roulette, poker, and blackjack come in many variations, as well as other table and card games including baccarat. If you are looking for a break from the traditional online casino games, there is a good collection of scratch cards here to choose from.
From the worst of expectations initially, Dream Palace Casino does a very, very good job of redeeming itself through how it functions as a casino site, which is underneath it all, all that really matters. A nice design is always nice, and Dream Palace Casino has that, but the fact that the name of the site comes across a bit unpleasant is something that you swiftly forget about when you start to explore the site and discover the impressive amount of different games and game types there are to choose from here. Highly recommended for players of all standards.
Loyalty Scheme? Yes
Games available : Slots, Casino games, Roulette, Baccarat, Blackjack, Progressive Slots
Companies that own this site : Progress Play
Languages : English
RTP : No information available
Launch date : 2014
Support email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Minimum withdrawal limit : 20 GBP per transaction
Maximum withdrawal limit : 2000 GBP per day