The site designs that JumpMan Gaming has been coming up with recently, like Top Dog Slots, are more varied and dare we say of a higher standard than what we had seen in the past.
Its gaming portfolio has also improved, expanding to have more than its admittedly popular titles, such as Fluffy Favourites, and including other game suppliers including NetEnt. Our top dog slots review has a lot to sink its teeth into for those reasons.
Bones to Pick at Top Dog
The games selection from Top Dog is not the largest (and we got a sense that its preview grids were not displaying everything available for some reason). It is almost entirely slots, with the exception of a handful of table games including Keno, Roulette and Jacks or Better.
That said, you’re getting some of the most advanced games by NetEnt in the world, such as the classic Gonzo’s Quest and the newer, very innovative title Guns N Roses (which lets you choose your own tracks to listen to while spinning! — bring your ear buds).
Since you also get the option of top dog slots mobile it makes this site, in our opinion, perfect for casual, occasional punters and those looking for a good, simple mobile casino with mostly slots. Otherwise, experienced players and those intending to gain more experience and skill with table games will very soon exhaust the possibilities at Top Dog, to be quite honest with you.
Top Dog’s Promotions
Okay, so long as this site is right up your alley, and you like its downtown theme with a butch dog wearing a suit, sort of Roaring 20’s style, then let’s take a look at the deal for new members:
- Welcome bonus of 100% match up to £200
- 20 free spins on Starburst when joining
- Midnight Madness on Tuesdays for 20 free spins
- Mystery Thursdays for surprise bonuses
- Super Saturday for 20 free spins
And of course there is also a VIP scheme with points called Kudos. It’s a pretty good set of ongoing specials, especially geared for casual gamers, such as commuting mobile players.
You should read through the Ts&Cs for rules regarding Top Dog’s free cash — for example, you’ll learn that the wagering requirement is a whopping 65X! This is one of the highest out there, which is not good news if withdrawing big jackpots is your aim.
The top dog slots JumpMan system, unfortunately, is not favourable for people who use alternatives to credit and debit cards. There is no e-wallet option like PayPal, Neteller or Skrill. There is no pay-by-phone bill like Boku. The single option other than the traditional ones is Paysafecard for deposits, a cash voucher.
Again, this setup is not best for more experienced players but may be acceptable for those who just play once in awhile as a light time pass (that is, without much ambition for wins and withdrawals).
So, as we have been saying, our overall impression of Top Dog is not stellar, but for certain people it will suffice. It’s mainly a casual, mobile slots site, which excels with great games and promotions.