Big Update is a Big Win at 888 Casino

Big Update Big Win 888888 Casino is really starting to deliver on its promise to make the game inventory more competitive. This week saw the launch of a big chunk of new slot and video poker titles. Sure, they still have a way to go to reach the kind of game numbers offered at the competition, but they have added more games in the last six months than anyone else in the NJ market.

In all, 888 Casino has added more than 140 new games in the last six months, easily winning the crown for most improved game offering in New Jersey.

The casino update this week adds more than 30 new titles.

Among them are these favorites from IGT:

Jacks or BetterBonus PokerDouble Bonus PokerGrand MonarchSuper Times Pay Hot RollGolden GoddessTokidoki Lucky TownNordic Heroes

Several of the new games offer interesting twists, maybe none more so than the quirky Tokidoki Lucky Town, which I recently wrote about here.

Most notable is the return of video poker to 888, a very welcome development indeed. And rather than rely on in-house developers, they went with the best-of-breed video poker provider in the industry. IGT’s “Game King” platform is beloved by players everywhere for its ease of play and high quality experience. I’m thrilled to see 888 now offering four of the most popular versions of video poker.

Also included in this update are new games from NYX Gaming, such as these:

Druidess GoldFortunes of the DeadMiss MidasWild WestProsperity TwinHuolong ValleyGenie WildWild Run

I especially like that last one, and I did a recent write-up on the details of Wild Run.

Rounding out this blast of new options are games from NetEnt, including these:

Finn and the Swirly SpinGlowJack and the BeanstalkJackhammer 2

Finn and the Swirly Spin brings a new twist (literally!) to the usual slot layout. It’s worth a look.

Head over to 888 and check out the above games, as well as several more new additions. Now that they are making big progress, watch for additional new games to be added. You can always see what’s changing in game inventories right here at NJOC.