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Striving to define what makes a game great, NextGen have been leaders of the casino world since their creation in 1999. A team comprised of gamers themselves, they collaborate to provide the best for their players, concentrating on bringing amazing games from their offices in Sydney, Australia, to people all over the world. Their focus is always on maintaining the high quality of their games, and to strive to continue developing the latest innovations.

NextGen forms a part of Nyx Gaming Group, which also has major offices in Stockholm, Las Vegas, London and Malta, and is one of the most famous providers out there. So far they have 122 desktop games, which have a number of unique aspects such as SuperBet™, where new features are unlocked with a small additional bet, and Select-a-Play™ and Slide a Wild™, which effectively allow you to choose your own game volatility and play in your own way. There’s also the Up Wild™ feature, which is triggered by only one symbol and offers extra wilds.

NextGen claim that they exist to deliver the best player experiences anywhere in the world. Among their wide portfolio of games, you can take on popular adventures such as Gorilla Go Wild, Jackpot Jester, Foxin Wins and DoublePlay Superbet - or try out our picks. First up: Witch Pickings, which has a super innovative free spins feature and allows you to set your bonus features according to your own preferences. Try also Medusa - don’t be fooled by its antique appearance, because this is a snake worth charming - and finally, give Great Wild Elk a go, as if you trigger the enduring free spin round, you could continue getting free spins for a very long time.

Whichever of this famous providers’ games you go for, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect one for you. Have fun!

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