With such a wide variety of games on offer in the online casino world, it can be hard to know what to choose. From the ever popular slot games to table games through to poker and the live game segment, casino games have never had such a wide ranging set of choices.

Casino games.

As 2017 rolls around, casinos are cranking up their online efforts, and with the imminent arrival of virtual reality (VR), it’s likely that this new technology will soon be applied to casino games, taking players to a whole new level. With so many new games available, don’t get stuck in an old game rut, branch out and try something new.

Following this theme, the number one slot game this year is NetEnt’s Gonzo’s Quest VR. As yet unreleased, the sneak previews at the ICE demonstration by NetEnt show exciting signs of things to come. With a casino rollout projected for later this year, this is definitely going to be top of our list and one to not miss out on.
Following up on their excellent movie themed slots is the NetEnt’s Planet of the Apes slot. Based on the recent adaptions, rather than the original, there are clips from the movies, fantastic graphics and an excellent storyline to keep players entertained.

Number three on our ones to watch list is a live roulette game. Playtech has improved on its Prestige Roulette, and this one provides players with better (and more) camera angles on the table, and better game features in terms of statistics and betting options. With Playtech being one of the top live game developers, this is going to be an exciting one to sink one’s teeth into.
Microgaming is joining NetEnt in the movie themed arena with an offering of its own. Check out this one based on the recent Tarzan movie. With great animation and action sequences, it offers players a huge 1000 times jackpot, making this a potentially very lucrative game. Remember this is from the same group that has offered us the phenomenal Mega Moolah.

Last, we have Sam on the Beach. A game that has been around for a while, it appears to be somewhat underappreciated. Full of excellent graphics, a delightfully exotic backdrop, ambient music and excellent bonus features, this is a game that has stuck around for a while and still holds its own.