Review of Arrow's Edge casino software
Arrow's Edge is an online gaming software developer, founded in 2014, that provides a series of casino games for their clients. The developer is still growing, and their library of games certainly reflects this. Players will also have a hard time finding their games online, as currently we only record a couple of casinos as offering their software.
Arrow's Edge offers its online games through a web-based platform, meaning that each game can be played directly through your web browser. Their slots are mostly simplistic in their looks and gameplay and some of their older titles look frankly amateurish. Several of the older titles even require a Java plugin to load and run, which my browser doesn't have, and warns me is a security risk if I try to enable it. No thanks. However some of the newer releases show more design flair and professionalism, especially slots such as The Winning Dead, Aruban Nights, and the American football themed 4th and Goal.
In addition to slots, Arrow's Edge also produces a series of table games and video poker games. These games are better than the older slots, although they are still nothing all that special. I managed to play some Blackjack, Baccarat, and Deuces Wild Video Poker. The graphics aren't particularly sharp and I found the presentation of the games to be lacking a bit, but there is certainly nothing egregious that sticks out as being a flaw with these games.
Moving forward, it is hard to imagine Arrow's Edge really expanding to be a major player in the online gaming world without a significant improvement in the production values of the games that they develop. I guess there is always a series of smaller casinos looking for cheap games, but the fact that Arrow's Edge doesn't really put out anything that stands out as being particularly memorable is a concern. I can't really recommend Arrow's Edge games as being quality software that are worth going out of your way to try.
it looks interesting. I never even heard of it. are they new suppliers?