Hyper Slots Review
Hyper Slots is a relatively new casino brand that has opted to join the Jumpman Slots Network. Owned by Silverspin this site joins a suite of bingo and casino brands that include Secret Pyramids, Diva Bingo, Cobalt Kings and Bubble Bonus Bingo. Hyper Slots wants you to put your "pulse into overdrive" for an "adrenaline fuelled ride".
Head over to Hyper Slots and you'll be met with a predmoninantly blue site with a starry background and a rainbow. We're not quite sure how this fits with the brand. A handful of planets sat just under the Mega Reel bonus offer doesn't really enhance the theme. Overall it's OK but the look doesn't make Hyper Slots stand out from it's competitors.
The welcome offer at Hyper Slots also doesn't make it stand out. Once again it's a deposit £10 for the chance to spin the Mega Reel bonus. A spin of the Mega Reel can win you anything from nothing to Amazon vouchers, to 500 spins on Starburst or Fluffy Favourites. Terms apply and these include a x65 wagering requirement as well as a maximum bonus conversion of £250.
Hyper Slots boasts a wide selection of slots from leading providers including NetEnt, Yggdrasil, Pragmatic Play, Just For The Win and Eyecon. New slots that have recently been added to the site include Dwarf Mine, Spin Town, Action Bank, Lucky Strip, Vikings Fortune and Crystal Lotus. Slots can be found by newest, A to Z, popularity and - once logged in - your most played.
Bingo players won't get hyper when they discover the rooms at Hyper Slots. There's only one main 90 ball room (Lucky Stars) and this is accompanied by two free rooms (one VIP) and two jackpot rooms. Activity across all rooms is minimal to non-existant. In our view most players on the Jumpman platform are playing slots rather than bingo.
Promotions at Hyper Slots are the standard network offers. These include cashback for regulars and new players, Happy Hour every Wednesday, Pizza Club for VIPs every Saturday and extra spins of The Mega Reel on deposits of £20 or more. A trophies scheme is also in play and this gives players opportunities for further turns on the Mega Reel.
Hyper Slots falls into the same hole as many other Jumpman Gaming brands. It looks good and offers access to a good selection of slots. The bingo rooms let it down and there are limited options for table games and video poker. There's currently no live casino option either.
Player depositing and withdrawal terms are reasonable, but the x65 wagering on the bonuses is quite hefty. However, where are the exclusives and where are the promotions that will make Hyper Slots stand out from the crowd. Unfortunately we can't get hyper about this brand and we'd be surprised if you did too.