There's certainly enough solid slots action to keep spinners coming back for more.
There seems to be a trend among new online casinos these days to give themselves a “statement” title rather than the usual “Vegas/Jackpot/Winners/Gold” type casino titles.
The latest is Karamba.com, a new(ish) online casino set up in 2009 that focuses mainly on video slots.
And while you’ll be hunting around for a while if you’re after Live Dealer action or 50 shades of blackjack, there’s certainly enough solid slots action to keep spinners coming back for more.
Let’s take a closer look at this Malta-licenced online newbie to see if their slots match their slick homepage.
Range of Games
As well as the fan favourite, Starburst, which offers players a maximum jackpot worth 50,000 coins, Karamaba boasts plenty of solid Net Entertainment alternatives.
Magic Portals, Gonzo’s Quest, Jack Hammer, and the cracking 2014 newbie, Cosmic Fortune, brighten up a slots lobby that includes around 80 games.
Elsewhere, there are plenty of Cryptologic slots like Millionaire’s Club III, and the great DC tie-ins like Wonder Woman and Superman. However, it should be said Karamba need to up their progressive jackpot output if they’re going to attract the serious slots players.
In terms of casino games, there’s a modest offering of roulette and blackjack. Four types of roulette and two blackjack games jostle with space alongside Deuces Wild and Jacks or Better video poker, but there is a big range of scratchcards.
- The newest NetEnt titles like Steam Tower
- Over 150 top NetEnt slots and table games
- Solid licensing in Malta and the UK
- Easy-access play-money lobby
- Easy-to-play no-download app
- Needs progressive jackpot slots
- Not a great range of table games
- Slots lobby not huge
Karamba lets you deposit and withdraw using an impressive range of options, including: VISA, MasterCard, Solo/Switch, NETELLER, paysafecard, Wire Transfer, Ukash, and Skrill/Moneybookers.
Karamba won’t be troubling the big players of the online casino world for supremacy any time soon, but in terms of a small-scale, friendly operation, the site is pretty good.
You can’t go wrong with NetEnt and Cryptologic slots, and the offers are genuinely good. Table games fans, however, will look for a better range elsewhere.