Sunset Spins Review
Sunset Spins is a new online casino site from Nektan… Wait, don’t leave.
The truth is, all of us are getting tired of this. Every month, a new site turns up on this network, and it looks the same as all the others, except now, Nektan appear to have stopped caring so much, that their output is actually getting worse.
They have released two new sites in October (2017), we have covered why Spins Royale is so disappointing, so now let’s get into why Sunset Spins is.
This lack of care on the part of Nektan is very telling. The suggestion is that the name is so attached to the world of iGaming now, that the company assumes that players will confuse notoriety with respect, but one assumes this will not be the case, because you can feel the lack of effort emanating from this site.
Sunset Spins is just another name in the long list of brands that Nektan have brought to the table, and everyone just makes you wonder what the network could have accomplished if they’d decided to make a small number of sites great, instead of just looking to make a large number of sites simply exist.
Design and theme
When Nektan sites are so similar, it’s sometimes hard to compare them with anything but each other.
However, Sunset Spins has a nicer design concept and execution that most of its network brothers, so let’s see how it matches up to sites outside the network. That’s easy, not well at all.
Saying an online casino is good for a Nektan site is like picking your favourite Adam Sandler movie, once you take it out of the realms of the comparison, it can’t stand up to anything of genuine quality.
The palm trees in front of the tropical sky in the background are attractive in comparison to the usual Nektan 90s desktop background style designs, but when you put it up against anything respectable, it can’t hold a candle.
Navigation is simple enough, obviously, because the layout is exactly the same as it is at pretty much every single other Nektan casino, which makes it really hard to compliment.
Visually, a slightly more attractive disappointing clone, but a disappointing clone nonetheless.
If you’ve played at a Nektan site before, and if you’re been in the iGaming world long enough you probably have, even if it was by accident, then you’ll know that you always get a good selection of games. You always get the same selection of games, but it’s a good one.
Sunset Spins is no different, with the array of games from Aristocrat Gaming, Big Time Gaming, Blueprint Gaming, ELK Studios, Extreme Live Gaming, Felt, Gamevy, IGT, Microgaming, Nektan, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, NYX Gaming, Realistic Games, SG Gaming, and Williams Interactive even being presented in the same way (and the same order) on the homepage to prove how much Nektan do not care about their sites looking in any way original.
A decent enough range of slots and table and card games, which is nice, but it’s just the same again (and again, and again, and again).
Nektan seems to be attempting to split its soul into many different pieces to try and achieve domination, but that didn’t work for He Who Shall Not be Named, and it’s even less likely to work for Nektan, just another dull site from a company that clearly stopped caring years ago.
Loyalty Scheme? Yes
Games available : Slots, Casino games, Roulette, Poker, Progressive Slots, Live casino, Mobile Games
Software : NetEnt, Microgaming, NextGen Gaming, IGT, Blueprint Gaming, Lightning Box, Aristocrat, Elk Studios Software, Big Time Gaming, SG Gaming, Extreme Live Gaming, Felt Gaming, Gamevy, Iron Dog Studio, DC Comics, Foxium, egaming, Spadegaming
Companies that own this site : NEKTAN LTD
Network : Nektan
RTP : No information available
Launch date : 2017
Support email : email@example.com
Support phone numbers : +44 203 196 1762
Minimum withdrawal limit : 20 GBP per day
Maximum withdrawal limit : 2000 GBP per week