Peachy Games Review
Peachy Games was launched in 2019 and became the latest addition to the growing group of sites owned by Dazzletag Entertainment. It joins Play Sunny, Fruit Kings and the group's more well known bingo brand, BingoCams. Peachy Games brings a great deal of colour to the online slots arena. It also gives players access to plenty of top slots and games from providers such as Microgaming, Yggdrasil, Gamevy and Slingo.
Many online slot and casino sites opt for dark colours, but not Peachy Games. They've gone big, bold and bright! The site has been designed to work on mobile, tablet and desktop - no app is required. Dominating the top of the site are the brand's welcome offer and latest promotions. Popular slots fill up the space below. Two young ladies in Peachy Games tshirts do appear in some of the promo features. These ladies plus a couple of others - including a guy - are used extensively in the live casino section.
Peachy Games Welcome Offer
New players to Peachy Games can get a deposit bonus and bonus spins. Register, login and deposit a minimum of £20 to receive a 100% bonus (up to £100) and 20 spins on Rich Wild and Book Of Dead slot. Wins from these spins are paid as a bonus. As you'd expect, wagering terms will apply and in both the cases of the deposit bonus and wins from the spins the term is x40. Full details can be found at Peachy.
Login to Peachy Games and you'll find over 300 slots from many top providers including Net Entertainment, Slingo, Scientific Games, Eyecon Games and Yggdrasil. The slots aren't arranged in any obvious order and you can't order by A to Z. However logged in players can mark games as favourite! Popular slots that are available at Peachy Games include Temple Of Iris 2, Monopoly Megaways, Starburst, Slingo Centurion, Immortal Romance, Gonzo's Quest, Dead Or Alive II and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Megaways.
Peachy Games Promotions
Joining the popular slots are progressive jackpot games such as Mega Moolah, Atlantean Treasures, Mega Fortune and the recently launched Wheel Of Wishes. A handful of table games such as roulette and blackjack are on the roster. These are split into categories but disappointingly there's only one video poker option. Live casino is dominated by the aforementioned models but get past the day-glo images and you'll find versions of blackjack like high roller and common draw alongside classic roulette. There are no gameshow options such as Monopoly Live or Deal Or No Deal Live.
Promotions at Peachy Games seem to revolve around their loyalty scheme. All players can earn Peachy Points by playing at the site. Earn enough points and you'll be able to play the Peachy game. This game gives you the chance to win more points which then can be used in the Fruit Shop to "purchase" slot spins. As an idea of scale you'll need 2500 Peachy Points to get 50 free spins (worth £5) to play Twin Spin or BerryBurst. High roller players can opt to join the Peachy Club for extra rewards.
Responsible gambling tools at Peachy Games include deposit limits, reality checks that notify you when you've been playing for a length of time, breaks and exclusion. Wagering, loss and session limits can also be set up to help players play within their limits. Note that the minimum deposit is £10 but the minimum withdrawal is £25 whilst payment options include Trsutly, Neteller and Paysafecard. Paypal is not an option at Peachy Games.
Overall we love the look of Peachy Games. It makes a refreshing change to see a bright and vibrant design. The choice of slots is good although to be fair these are pretty much the same as every other slot site. We'd like to see games categorised better - for example making it easier to locate all Slingo titles and Megaways slots. The loyalty scheme may appeal to players but the minimum first deposit for the bonus at £20 is less attractive.