All Star Games is a bombastic, exciting slots site with a sleek design. This is a Jumpman Gaming site, but feels like a newer approach than their sites have previously shown (especially their new branch of slot sites like Dove Slots). With plenty of games from big names, will you have an all-star experience here?
You land at All Star Games to see a very bright page, hitting you with an animated logo and a red, white and blue colour scheme. Everywhere you’ll see colour and bold graphics, a lot of which are taken from the popular slots. The use of animation is subtle but clever, enough to catch the eye without being too distracting.
The site has a sidebar for navigation, with links to site areas and account controls. Registering is quick and won’t demand your phone number. Pages are designed vertically, with the sidebar staying in place. It’s a nice idea and looks great, though things can be hard to find at times.
The best way to find help is from the home page, the Contact link on the footer. There is also a link in games. The site could easily add a contact page link to the sidebar, so this is a missed opportunity. There also do not appear to be any FAQs here.
All Star Games can be contacted by email, live chat, or you can use WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger chat. These are some nice extras, so you’re bound to get hold of the team, but there’s no phone option. Still, it’s good to see new, modern ideas.
All Star Games has an exciting welcome bonus, offering 20 no deposit free spins on Starburst and up to £200 bonus cash. This bonus money comes from a 100% match for your first deposit. You can also get the same offer on your second and third deposits, which is great if you like things here. Unfortunately, the wagering requirement here is high at 65x.
The promotions are quite original here and all have their own artwork. You can play Midnight Madness on Tuesdays, where the first 250 deposits get 20 free spins. Every Wednesday get 10 free spins on top slots including Starburst, Jack & the Beanstalk, Fluffy Favourites and Aloha, without a deposit. Super Saturday is your chance to get 20 free spins. There are some nice ideas here, but those high requirements do spoil things a little.
Pop onto All Games and you see a simple lobby with a column of tiles. You can view most popular, favourites, newest or search by title. There is no option to sort by type or sub-category, sadly, so you’ll just be browsing the list.
Games load in a smallish window, with a plain white background and a link back to the games list. You have your usual sidebar for other things, but there’s nothing special about this overlay. On the plus side, they load nice and fast.
There is no mention of mobile play on All Star Games. The site offers no apps sadly, but you can visit the site on your mobile or tablet through the browser and it will load a mobile version.
The mobile slots site is good here, but feels a little basic. You have a side menu just like the main site, but it’s hidden until you tap it. The games work just fine as they’re designed for mobile play.
All Star Games is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and Alderney Gambling Commission, but details of the license are not given up-front on the site. Fortunately, security is good here and includes encrypted transactions.
The site has a responsible gaming section with the usual links and options to fight problem gambling. Fairness is guaranteed by the SQS software testers.
There’s a good mix of developers at All Star Games, so you’ll see a few games you might otherwise miss. The main provider is NetEnt with popular titles like Starburst and Aloha. Lightning Box bring jackpot games like Chilli Gold 2. Nyx are present with Foxin’ Wins. Elk Studios and PariPlay are also represented.
Though the selection is not massive, this mixture does make the site more interesting. On the downside, there are only a handful of table games such as roulette, with no live dealer games. Annoyingly, these are mixed in with the slots.
There’s a very clear cashier page at All Star, with simple tabs for depositing and withdrawing. The process is very easy to follow. The minimum withdrawal is high at £30 and should be done in the average 3-5 business day window.
Payment Methods accepted include credit and debit cards from Visa and MasterCard, but otherwise you only have pay by mobile and PaySafeCard. E-wallet users are neglected here, which may cause some players to turn away.
All Star Casino has a VIP system with a five-tier system. You start out as a newbie, which gives you a birthday bonus. Higher tiers get weekly cashback up to 10%, spins on new releases and up to 50 free spins. However, there’s no mention of special VIP treatment.
The tiers are climbed by getting loyalty points as you spend money, called Kudos. The system is nice enough but doesn’t have much sparkle.
All Star Games is a fun site, with a bright design and interesting promotions. The original ideas in these promotions are very welcome, but they will cost players, particularly in the case of welcome bonuses. The site has a lot of varied slots, but not a lot else outside of that. If slot games are your focus, it’s worth checking All Star out, especially if you haven’t seen games from the smaller developers like PeriPlay (small very much in relative terms!). A few weak areas like payment methods may put players off, so it comes down to personal preference.