Soft Magic Dice
Soft Magic Dice is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last updated: May 25, 2015.
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Review of Soft Magic Dice casino software
Soft Magic Dice is an internet betting software developer that was founded in 2012 and delivers its products directly to casino operators throughout the world. The company has had a small growth over the first few years of its life, but has eventually gotten to the point where they are delivering a full casino experience to punters. Despite its long development cycle for games though, Soft Magic Dice has come to face a fair bit of criticism for what users consider to be buggy games.
Software and Games
Soft Magic Dice specializes in the development of Blackjack, Baccarat, Roulette, Video Poker, and slot titles. The software library at Soft Magic Dice isn’t large, but it is definitely serviceable, offering up 37 video slots, 8 classic slots, 7 video poker games, 15 variations on Blackjack, Roulette, and Baccarat, and 20 parlour games in their library.
The quality of these games is good in terms of presentation, although the fun graphics and features are sunk by faulty programming bugs which can cause various errors in gameplay. Our own testing confirmed reports that certain slots do not pay the correct line wins from time to time. The chat representative we spoke to then explained that wild symbols on the first reel of a slot do not count as wild. If that doesn’t give you reason to worry, you need to step back and ask yourself why a Wild Symbol would even be offered on a reel if it wasn’t going to count.
Conversely, it has been discovered that Soft Magic Dice is offering Blackjack games that have no house edge, and in fact have a 0.75% player advantage. We can only assume that this is an error by the developer, perhaps unaware that offering the European no hole card and surrender options in the same game actually favours the player. Thus it cannot be expected that these games will be offered for the long-term, as the developer is likely to yank the game once they realise the error of their ways.
Video poker has also not been able to escape the questionable quality of the other casino games in the library, with a player reporting that he hit a low straight (A, 2, 3, 4, 5) only to find out that the casino does not treat Aces as both a high and low card, becoming perhaps one of the only developers we have ever seen to not pay such straights in a game of Jacks or Better.
Soft Magic Dice is a developer that provides a series of games different to those you will have seen before. Unfortunately, this is generally not for the best, as the unique titles are undermined by questionable programming, resulting in zany rules and errors that can cost players their hard earned bankrolls. It is hard to recommend games from Soft Magic Dice to players in their current form, and we hope that the developer fixes these bugs and improves their quality control in the future.