Secret Slots Review
Updated On Thursday 23rd April 2015
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Joining the likes of Total Gold and Foxy Casino on the Dragonfish slots network are Secret Slots. This is a brand from Tau Gaming who have also added Hunky Bingo to their portfolio. Of the two brands we think Secret Slots is the more appealing but does what they have on offer appeal to you?
Secret Slots adopts a typical casino site design with black and gold the dominant colours. The background of the site is a shot of Las Vegas. It's shows a shot of the strip with Caesars Palace being the main focal point. We have to admit we don't know why Secret Slots are "secret" as there's nothing secret going on (unless we don't know the secret and in that case it's doing a perfect job).
New players to Secret Slots are welcomed with a 100% cash match bonus up to £25. Enter the code PLAYNOW when you make your first deposit to qualify for the bonus which comes with a x30 wagering requirement. Foxy Casino and Total Gold are offering new players a no deposit bonus for essentially the same games so that may influence whether you try Secret Slots ahead of those brands first.
In addition to the welcome offer there's a 50% reload bonus at weekends, an extra winnings bonus every Monday and a cashback offer. The site does have a rewards programme and this is where the "secret" aspect of the site may exist as the top two tiers of the loyalty tree are "Secret" and "Top Secret". Both these levels are attained by invite only.
What isn't the secret is the variety of slots and games that you can play. As it's a Dragonfish platform this means you'll find things like Shaman's Dream, Fluffy Favourites, Cleopatra, Starburst, Bejeweled 2, South Park, Nightmare On Elem Street, Gonzo's Quest and many more. In the table game department there's not much to get excited about and elsewhere you'll find scratchcards and instants.
Secret Slots do have some social pages but they're quiet at the moment which doesn't bode well. We'd have liked to have seen some activity and perhaps a few exclusives. Overall though it's a decent site on a decent platform - it just needs to perhaps deliver more especially as it's up against a number of new sites on the same platform.