Booongo is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last Updated: January 27, 2022.
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Booongo is a flashy online betting software developer that is based out of Curacao and has a small but impressive library of slots that it's just really starting to get deployed to online casinos. Despite the small library of games, things are done very well here, and Booongo is a developer that you want to keep your eyes on moving forward.
Software and Games
Booongo releases their games in HTML5 format, which means that the titles are compatible with as many systems as possible, including both desktop and mobile devices. The graphical presentation is excellent and ranges from computer generated to hand drawn, and is crisp and presented in high definition.
Feature sets in the various games are good, with most of the games featuring a combination of wild symbols, scatters, free spins, win multipliers, and pick'em games. One nice thing that I like about the games is that they have achievements to work toward with certain payoffs, and the company also posts up the return to player percentages (RTP) on every game.
I went through and played a lot of the company's games for this write-up, and walked away with Hell's Band, which is a slot that sees you watching a concert of Satan's baddest mofo's as they jam on stage. The music was awesome, the features were great, and the game was just a lot of fun to play. Another excellent game was Hunting Party, which had a bright and funny theme alongside a high RTP of 96.4$m and was just a bunch of fun to play.
Although the games are a lot of fun to play, they'd mean nothing if they weren't fair. Fortunately, Booongo has their games audited by Quinel of Malta, which ensures that the titles are fair. On the downside, the company only has a gaming license in the jurisdiction of Curacao, which is just about useless for players.
There are a lot of good things going on with Booongo, as the developer puts out a lot of quality games. I hope to see more of their titles in the future, but also hope they get a little more serious about where they have their gaming license from, as Curacao doesn't give educated gamblers the idea that they are a credible developer.