The first batch of releases that the company introduced to the marked was a though-out and a well-balanced mix of scratch cards and video slots, and a total of seven releases, with many more to come.
Selection-wise, there is something for everyone in this first batch. Fans of scratch cards will be able to explore the Pirate Bay release. Those looking for something unusual can check out Chain’s Code – a unique number-based game with intuitive gameplay. There is also a modification of a slot, Tony’s Reel release with three reels located in a circular mode, with a single expanding Wild. Finally, there is an unusual Magic Dice game with dice wrapped up in 3D.
The main attention is on slots, of course. The team pays a great deal of attention to the themes and design, using all sorts of stories, characters, colors, and special effects. The games look modern and stylish.
In terms of math models, spin machines are mostly of medium variance, with a return to player percentage varying between 95.5% to 96.5%. There will most likely be between fifteen to twenty-five win lines. For the first batch, the company steers clear from such novelties as Megaways.
It is not shy on features, though. Many games boast innovative winning mechanisms. There are Floating Wilds in the Robby the Illusionist slot, IPO free spins in the Startup Valley, a Plasmotron Bonus in the Mining Factory, and a Wheel of Desires in Victoria Wild.
On average, any of TrueLab’s slots will pay between 4,000x to 6,500x the total stake.