What is Under the Radar slots?
Here on the LeoVegas Blog we preview, review and meticulously analyse 100s of new slots every year.
In the Under the Radar section we take a look at the lower-profile, quirkier, more unusual and wackier games. The clue is in the name.
Just like a military aircraft flying undetected beneath the RADAR (Radio Detection and Ranging) goes unnoticed, so these are the slots that you didn’t see mentioned in LeoVegas banners, marketing e-mails or those blogs that review all the latest slot releases. In fact, in many cases you’ve probably never heard of these video slots at all.
But not for long.
Let us explain our slots philosophy
It’s a bit like going out for dinner in the town centre. The big blockbuster casino slots supported by big Marketing spend – like NetEnt’s Little Red Riding Hood or Warlords: Crystals of Power – are your franchise hamburger joints and chain restaurant steak houses.
But your Under the Radar games are that tiny little restaurant off the beaten track that you only ever find if you happen to get lost or someone else tells you about it. You know the kind: making dishes that were fashionable in the 1980’s, specialising in the cooking of a country you wouldn’t be able to find on a map or using ingredients you’ve never heard of.
Under the Radar section reviews explain the game’s theme, it’s graphics and symbols, the devices you can play it on and all the bonus features on offer including how they work, how often they appear and any other tips to help you win on the game. All our reviews are completely honest and transparent and aimed at helping you decide which games have to be tried out at least once and which are very much an acquired taste.
Special Themed & Old Slot Games
So far here in the Under the Radar section, these are an example of few of the games we’ve looked at: a Sofia Vergara-look-a-like who’s a Sticky Wild symbol, a laboratory filled with magic potions, spell books and a mouse running across the counter and a slot based on an Ancient Chinese maritime explorer – Can you guess which they are?
Yeah, that’s how we roll in this section.
Some old classics, but keep an eye out, because every month we look at several new release in our Under the Radar so remember to keep an eye out for this section.