The Czech-based online slots developer Endorphina are not your average gaming company. There is a bit of a clue in the name of their business, I wonder if you can guess what it is… Endorphina is a manufacturer of online and mobile slots and they specialize in high volatility games, just to get those endorphins really going.
Endorphina have been around since 2012, but really started getting noticed a few years later when players started talking about their games in online casino forums and chat rooms. Some players had been caught out by the volatility of a few of their games and started to suggest that the slots might be rigged or not functioning properly. This coupled with the fact that Endorphina slots were turning up in some pretty spurious casino outfits was not helping the fledgling company’s reputation.
The thing with highly volatile slots is long-term players love them, as they offer a genuine opportunity to win something memorable. However, the reverse is true, new players generally can’t stand volatile slots – unless of course they hit a feature really early on in a playing session. So here was a company that no one had really heard of, with some really streaky slots, appearing in some not-so-reputable casinos. It didn’t look good for a little while.
That being said, Endorphina survived that period and slowly started to build a reputation among serious players for top quality games. You certainly cannot accuse Endorphina of not being innovative, with some very leftfield titles, such as Twerk (a booty shaking slot) and Diamond Vapor (a slot about e-cigerettes). They do have some more typical slots, such as the Egyptian-themed Temple Cats and the super hero-inspired Blast! Boom! Bang!, but many are what could be described as originals.
As the company grows and builds its reputation it is looking to gain gaming licenses in more jurisdictions, allowing more players to experience their special brand of games. Like other later entrants into this market, such as Malta-based Playson, Endorphina are very much mobile first, with all of their slots available in HTML5 and set up nicely for handheld devices.