Rocket Slots Review
Rocket Slots got ready for launch back in January 2017. It's a sister site to Rocket Bingo and it has also opted for the Jumpman platform. There are a lot of similarities between the two Rocket brands. However the bingo version offers exclusive free bingo games whereas the slots version doesn't.
For our money Rocket Slots looks a better site than Rocket Bingo. It has a simplistic design with a "winner" rocket taking off as the main feature. A selection of popular slots complete the homepage although this is joined with an epilogue of information about the site and a bunch of space related puns. These puns include Rocket Slots being "out of this world".
Sadly the welcome offer to new players isn't out of this world. Deposit £10 at Rocket Slots for the chance to spin the Mega Reel and win a 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.
Rocket Slots gives players access to a wide selection of slots from leading providers including NetEnt, Yggdrasil, Pragmatic Play, Just For The Win and Eyecon. Space related slots are quite limited but you can spin on Starburst, Star Quest and Stardust. Slots can be found by visiting "All Games". They are listed by newest, A to Z, popularity and - once logged in - your most played.
If you like bingo then we suggest opting for Rocket Bingo over Rocket Slots. Both have 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. However, Rocket Bingo does offer extra exclusive free rooms.
Promotions at Rocket 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.
Rocket Slots doesn't have a Facebook presence. It's sister site does but this has been pretty much been left unattended since May 2018. The only activity since then has been to request votes for the Bingoport Awards. It's safe to say that there wasn't much of a response to this request.
Before the 15 Network platform was upgraded we could understand the need for a 'Slots' and 'Bingo' version of the same brand. Now the 15 Network is pretty much the same as the Jumpman Slots platform there's not really much need for two of a kind. Rocket Slots offers nothing more than Rocket Bingo - in fact it seems to offer less.
On a more positive note Rocket Slots is - at least assessed on it's own - a decent option for slot players. The Mega Reel can generate nice bonus wins although do watch for the wagering requirements. We'd suggest ignoring the bingo rooms and sticking to the slots. Look out too for regular slot provider tournaments.