If you were to pop into your handy time machine and nip back in time to look for the best online slots and casino games, then you would notice that only a handful of names were prevalent whenever anybody decided to point out which software providers made the best games – NetEnt, Microgaming, Playtech … maybe Betsoft (before they experienced their licensing issues).
Fast forward to 2020 and a whole plethora of new names have come to the fore for creating titles players should really check out – Play’n GO, Red Tiger, Pragmatic Play, Yggdrasil Gaming … and now, Nolimit City!
Nolimit City (note: not No Limit City or NoLimitCIty or NoLimit City) have really come to the fore of late with many cracking casino titles, especially in 2019 and 2020. Read on to find out more about this fast-improving online casino software provider.
Nolimit City in Brief:
- Founded: 2014.
- Based: Gzira (Malta), Stockholm (Sweden), Gurugram (India).
- Number of Games: 36
- Most popular games: Deadwood, Oktoberfest, Immortal Fruits.
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Who are Nolimit City?
If you know anything about online slots software providers, then you will not be too shocked to learn that Nolimit City originated in Sweden, just like NetEnt, Play’n GO and ELK Studios. Although the company still has offices in Stockholm, it is now based in Gzira in the gambling hot bed of Malta. It also, unusually, has offices in India. We think this makes Nolimity City something unique.
The company’s first game was released in 2015, and was called Space Arcade. This was a weird little game with only three rows, three reels and ten paylines. It was released and swiftly forgotten about. They followed this up later in the same year with a game called Oktoberfest which was their first 5×3 title and their first hit – recreating the joys of a beer festival complete with um pa pa music.
Since 2015 Nolimit City has released a constant string of games, but without much in the way of fanfare. This is one company that obviously prefers to let their games do the talking … and the games really started to speak in 2020 with the release of Deadwood, which was a follow-up to the previous Nolimit City slot Tombstone. 2020 also saw the release of Immortal Fruits, which was another title that further enhanced Nolimit City’s burgeoning reputation.
What Makes Nolimit City Unique?
For a start, we can’t think of another online slots company with offices in India. For a start, gambling is heavily restricted in India, aside from lotteries and horse racing. There are only three licensed casinos in the country at the time of writing.
Nolimit City also have two features that spread across multiple slots – xNudge and xWheel. The humble ‘nudge’ feature is something from real world slots that has not really made it to the online arena, so kudos to Nolimit City for championing its promotion.
What Could Nolimit City Do Better?
Nolimit City have been building themselves up slowly and stealthily as a company ever since their inception, and it’s a tactic that seems to have paid dividends for them. If there is one thing they perhaps could do better it’s make more noise about themselves, and their latest online slot releases.
Three of the Best – Nolimit City Games
A title that’s part of Nolimit City’s ‘X Nudge Volatility Extreme’ series – Deadwood was released in 2020 as a sequel of sorts to Tombstone, which Nolimit City had released around one year earlier with both games featuring the X Nudge feature.
Of the two, Deadwood is without doubt the better game. Like the game that preceded it, Deadwood has an unusual set up with the reels arranged in a 3-4-4-4-3 pattern (Tombstone had a 2-3-3-3-2 set up and 108 possible paylines) with a gun-slinging 576 ways.
Of course, just like any good Western this game was filled with outlaws and miscreants. It was up to the sheriff of Deadwood to deal with three hunters who were genuinely up to no good, and when he did those reels got pretty wild!
Oktoberfest was the first game from NoLimit City that people took notice of, following the rather lacklustre Space Arcade. This slot celebrated the German peoples’ love of beer, and the annual beer-guzzling festivals called Oktoberfest that – for some odd reason – generally happen in September.
In this game the reels were filled will pints of ale, beer barrels and pretzels cunningly arranged in the shape of types of playing cards. This game had several bonus rounds, including Prost Spins, Pretzel Party, Party Spins and Bierspins. It also hand – of course – suitable Oktoberfest music and the noises from a happy, beer-guzzling crowd!
Note: Here at JustSlots we recommend that you do not mix slots playing or any form of gambling with beer, or with any kind of alcohol for that matter!
Another 2020 release, Nolimit City took the traditional slot machine and gave it an extra dimension or two – including an extra row as this online slots game had four rows and five reels, which an incredible fifty winning paylines and stacked wilds.
It also introduced Nolimit City’s concept of the xWheel – a three-tiered wheel which pops up whenever a specific selection of symbols combine. The wheel has three levels to it, and you can progress down the levels to get bigger and more attractive payouts – up to 2,500x times your bet. The biggest jackpot amount in awarded should a player make it to the centre of the wheel.
The slot had several gamble features too, to add to the entertainment, but unfortunately for players in the UK these features were disabled.
A. Nolimit City’s founders – Emil Svard and Jonas Tegman – met when they were both working at NetEnt.
A. Any online casino regulated by the UK Gambling Commission or the Malta Gaming Authority. You can also play in the regulated markets in Sweden, Latvia and Estonia.
A. Currently, you cannot but Nolimit City say they hope to make this happen soon – but don’t hold your breath!
The Bottom Line
If you’re a dedicated fan of online slots then you’ve probably found following the growth of Nolimit City interesting. From humble and maybe even disappointing beginnings this company has grown in stature to the point where it has expanded into three different countries and two continents.
True, Nolimit City have yet to release a game that has blown everyone’s socks off, but who knows what the future will hold for them?