Paddy Power Games Review - My Experience
Best for slots players but a busy layout. Over the past few years I have played at Paddy Power Games pretty regurlarly, mainly because they have some excellent land-based slot games and very fast cashouts but I find the website layout a little cluttered to be honest.
- Familiar land-based slot games from IGT
- Flash-based casino games, no download required
- Licenced in Alderney
- Fast cashouts, no pending withdrawal delay
- View full list of Paddy Power Slots » (popup)
In fact, I'd say there are too many games! The good news is that there are some real gems in here - which I will come to in a moment - but the downside is you have to do a bit of searching. To be fair, there is a small "My Last Games" button at the top of the page which allows you to get back to previous games quickly and also a "View All" dropdown which is just a list of games - no thrills or descriptions. What the Paddy Power Games site could really benefit from is some sort of "favourites" system like some other operators do so you can flag games as you go along and build your own portfolio.
As for the games though, there is a decent selection of slots, table games and "soft" games although I would advise card gamers and roulette players to download the Paddy Power casino myself - the selection is better and it feels more robust. But for slots players, although teh casino itself is very good, Paddy Power Games has some very familiar names.
Among the slots if you look hard is IGT's Cleopatra slot and the popular Pharaoh's Fortune with it's iconic "Walk Like An Egyptian" soundtrack. In fact, alongside some decent slot games from Net Entertainment you'll see a number of other well-known games from terrestrial casinos: Wolf Run, Davinci Diamonds, Diamond Queen, Kitty Glitter and Cats are the ones that jump out but there are many, many more in here.
Paddy Power's Customer ServiceThis is an area where it is hard to fault Paddy Power. The service is generally pretty responsive and cashouts are very quick with no messing around on "reverse pending" time or anything like some other casinos I've reviewed. If I were to be picky then I'd say that maybe the bonuses are a bit spartan and also, being a larger operator, Paddy Power don't quite have the personal touch that you find at 32Red Casino or as a VIP at WMS's Jackpot Party. But overall it's good.
Signing up and getting started is a breeze too. As long as you can fill in a form online and have a bank card or eWallet account it couldn't be simpler although note that the mechanism you use to deposit at Paddy Power Games becomes your only option and all withdrawals have to be processed back to the same card/eWallet. You can ask customer support/Live Chat to change your banking method later but only after you empty your account. This is because of money-laundering regulations so it is with good reason!