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17 August 2020 - 2:51pm

Any site to play NuWorks games anymore?

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Now that Lucky Club shut down, Buzzluck has switched over to RTG (as of March 2020 according to their support), and Slot Madness and Begado are considered rogue, are there any places to play the NuWorks games? It seems odd for such a large catalog of slot games (that were very similar to the RTG games, yet better since they didn't have max win clauses) to just be essentially obsoleted. Perhaps since they never bothered converting their games from Flash to HTML5 they're just letting the company die when Flash dies at the end of the year?

I'm bored of RTG and enjoyed mixing it up with NuWorks when Lucky Club was still online.

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17 August 2020 - 4:51pm
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I actually only heard of a few sites to adopt NuWorks. They certainly aren't popular and haven't done much to develop new titles. I wouldn't be surprised if they just went under.

I can't even find any info on their company.

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17 August 2020 - 10:58pm
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I suspect that maybe NuWorks itself is finished, most likely because as you said Flash is dead and they aren't willing to spend the money to update their games.

Of those two possible casinos you listed, Begado is long gone. It was shut down when its owners were arrested for all their crimes. Slot Madness I don't know - the website still says NuWorks but it also looks like it hasn't been updated since about 2010. It is well known to be an absolute scam of a casino so I guess it doesn't really matter.

I don't know of any others and after a bit of Googling I can't find any more either.

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22 August 2020 - 7:23am
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I haven't played NuWorks for a long time.
The games were not bad, actually the games were a little better than RTG.
But, now, it is gone forever, probably...

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24 August 2020 - 8:18pm
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Seems like such a waste for all those games (which between developing the mechanics, math model, graphics, and sound, is no easy task) to just up and disappear. Oh well, sounds like RIP NuWorks.

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25 August 2020 - 12:43am
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I may be wrong but I always had the impression that NuWorks were related to RTG (possibly another division or subsidiary). If that is the case then yeah it would seem strange that they would just throw out the games without converting to a modern format, but RTG itself has been very slow to convert its games away from flash too.

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