Coin Falls Review
This impressive design is named after the traditional amusement arcade game, currently popularised by the Channel Four TV game show Tipping Point. The original game is certainly very enticing, with countless hours still spent playing the game on seaside piers across the land. But does this nostalgically named site live up to its title?
Well, it has been created by Nektan, one of the biggest names in the online gaming industry, so that’s a good start. Not only that, but it has been specifically designed with the smaller device in mind. Everything is perfectly proportioned for your mobile or tablet, making this a great choice for on the go play. And just like in a real amusement arcade, you won’t be short of choice or entertainment. The one armed bandits may be missing, but there are plenty of other traditional slot style games to play. There are around a hundred in total, including old style retro type fruity favourites such as Get Fruity, Stickers and of course Starburst. But plenty of more contemporary titles are provided as well. Neon Staxx, Amazon Queen and Koi Princess are just a few of the other games on offer. There is a selection of traditional casino games and some scratch cards to choose from as well. All are available to sample in free Demo mode, so you can try something new without having to risk your own cash. I had a go on Fruit Shop Christmas Edition, which certainly makes a refreshing change on a sunny summery day in May! There are some interesting promotions, and the Privileged VIP scheme looks like a winner for more regular players.
Signing up is easy: just tap on the “Register” button at the top of your screen and complete the simple form. And when the time comes to start playing for real, what could be easier than using boku’s pay by mobile service. All you need to do is to provide your mobile number for your payments to be charged to your phone service provider’s monthly statement. There’s no need to worry if you are a non-contract customer either: your payments can be deducted from your outstanding call credit instead. There is a maximum daily limit when using boku of £30. If you prefer to pay by more conventional methods, Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards are acceptable. You can also use e-payments such as Neteller, or prepayment cards like Paysafecard. The minimum deposit amount for all methods is £10.
Withdrawals are subject to the site’s wagering requirements. These mean that you will need to ensure that you have spent at least 30 x your deposit + bonus or you risk losing any outstanding bonus funds. Therefore if for example, you were to make a payment of £10 and accept a welcome bonus of £20, you would need to wager £900 (30 x £30) before cashing out. The free no deposit £5 carries a spending requirement of 100 x. The minimum withdrawal amount is £20, with a maximum per day of £2,000. Payments to your phone account via boku are also not permitted.
This is a well thought out design, making an interesting mash up between the old school atmosphere of the penny arcade with the contemporary ability to play games everywhere you go on your mobile or tablet. Technology certainly can be a wonderful thing, and with this entertaining, evocative and nostalgic site, you could well be winning more than just a few pennies with Coin Falls.