Electracade is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last updated: November 19, 2014.
List of Electracade casinos
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Review of Electracade casino software
Founded in 2008, Electracade is an online betting firm that has a small but rich gaming library that it offers to large casino operators mainly located in the United Kingdom or related jurisdictions. The company has been acquired by betting firm OpenBet, who continues to offer the firm’s games through its online gaming platform.
Electracade Software Overview
Electracade isn’t particularly known for their video slots, although they do offer them. The quality of the games is decent, with the company putting out a few licensed games such as Legally Blonde and Highlander. Slots don’t look particularly great at Electracade, but they do play nicely enough, and pack in enough features to keep you entertained for small spells. One game that did pique our interest though was the company’s latest release “Alien Autopsy”, which takes place during the 1947 Roswell incident and even manages to incorporate footage from the “real” film.
Scratch games and keno are the other big offerings from Electracade, with the company also putting out a few reactors and other arcade games for players to try out. Once again, these games aren’t particularly impressive, but they are functional enough and you can certainly play worse titles.
Casinos Offering Electracade Games
There aren’t too many casinos that have Electracade’s games, but the ones that do are generally very good. We currently have nine casinos in our database offering Electracade titles, and all of them hold at least a four star rating, with three holding five stars.
Electracade has a decent gaming library which is offered through the OpenBet platform and is offered at some excellent online casinos. While we wouldn’t go out of our way to play Electracade titles, we would still give them a play if we came across them on a casino’s virtual floors.