Ash Gaming may not be the most prolific developer in the industry, but over their many years of creating games, they have built up a collection that includes more than 100 titles in total. The vast majority of these games are slots, some of which include licensed games that are connected to popular properties.
These games aren’t just quick attempts to slap a famous name onto a basic game and call it a day, however. The provider has gone a long way to using strong art, animations, and sound elements to really connect the gameplay with the look and feel of each license. In addition, special features are typically crafted to really fit these themes, rather than simply just having a generic line of machines with different titles.
One quite relevant example in the UK market is Britain’s Got Talent, a machine based heavily on the reality television show. The five-reel, 20-payline slot is packed with special features that try to emulate aspects of the programme. For instance, the Live Show Bonus gives you the opportunity to take a musical, dance, or novelty act onto television for the chance to win up to 1,125 times your initial bet by making it through the initial auditions and potentially making it all the way to the finals. Free spins bonuses and more flesh out this feature-rich creation.
In a similar vein, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire goes to great lengths in order to evoke the dramatic feel of the game show it is based on. There are several special features, including one that offers up a progressive jackpot if you can make it all the way up the show’s famous ladder of prizes. During a free spins round, you’ll see shifting wilds that improve your chances to win, and a “final answer” prize picking game offers instant prizes.
Not all of Ash’s best games are based on licenses, however. Slots like Full Moon Fortunes offer excellent versions of classic themes: in this case, the always popular werewolf horror genre. This is much more of a straightforward slot than the ones above, but the presentation is every bit as enjoyable, and the bonus rounds still aim to please players: for instance, a free spins game offers multipliers of up to 25x on your wins, potentially opening the door to some massive prizes.
If you truly want to play for the biggest prizes available from this developer, you’ll want to check out their line of progressive jackpot games. The one with the biggest ever prize was Chests of Plenty, which paid out more than £1.3 million to one lucky player earlier in 2016. However, many other machines also give players the chance to win hundreds of thousands of pounds, including Adventures in Wonderland, Chests of Plenty, and Leprechaun’s Luck.