Liberty Slots Casino Review
Liberty Slots OVERVIEW
Liberty Slots has an unmistakable brand, pairing up the name with iconic imagery of the Statue of Liberty. This American themed and targeted site has a very positive theme and just as the statue welcomes travellers to America, the site welcomes new members with a large welcome package. There is a sister site to this casino, called Lincoln Casino.
Patriotic site design aside, Liberty Casino supports its brand with very capable WGS software. Though a little dated, this means that the site can offer both downloaded software and instant play in browsers, though the latter is much the same as the former, but rendered in-browser. Though these limits space a little, it does give character to the site and a good structure. The site also operates regular tournaments to encourage players to stay.
Liberty Slots games
Liberty Casino’s software certainly defines the user experience, as it guides players into the site and to the games. The software lobby does unfortunately slow things down somewhat, with quite a cramped interface, but it also provides a little sound and imagery to set the scene of an all-American casino. The games are listed on a series of expanding menus instead of tiles, which means that players hover over each title A-Z and see a small preview tile for each. This is not ideal, but does give an instant way to sort through game types. The slots are fast to load, simply taking over the lobby’s screen space. A full-screen option would be ideal, but the games have some useful controls like a cashier link.
All games at Liberty are provided by WGS. Having one provider does cause a natural limit on variety, but there’s still a solid mixture to enjoy here, ranging from 3-reel games to 5-reel and even an unusual 7-reel slot. Classics include Pay Day and the apt Liberty 7s, or for more features try King Tiger or Vampire Vixen. All the common slot themes are covered and a few more besides, such as in Doctor Love. Players will find progressive jackpots in Treasure Trail and other titles, plus there’s a large selection of video poker games.
In addition to these and some casual bingo and keno games, there’s a fair selection of table games on offer at Liberty. Roulette is given a few variants, while blackjack has eight. There are also baccarat, poker and craps titles. Mulligan Poker stands out as something a little different. All the table games are well made, with realistic felt effects and clear rules.
Unfortunately, Liberty Casino does not currently offer a live dealer selection.
Though Liberty Casino does not currently offer any mobile apps, it does have a page explaining the mobile setup to new users. Players can simply visit the site through a mobile browser to get the optimised version of the site.
The mobile site currently offers around 60 titles, with more being added regularly. Though this is not the full selection of the desktop site, the mobile view is notably more streamlined and easy to use than the desktop software. A lot of players will probably use the mobile site more than the main site.
SECURITY & CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Liberty Slots is licensed by the government of Curacao. The site also has good responsible gaming guidelines, which include self-exclusion options and links to helpful organisations.
Security for transactions is covered by SSL encryption. Though the main site here did not have a secure certificate at the time of writing, the cashier has a full certificate from Certum Domain Validation.
Liberty can be reached through phone, email and live chat. The live chat team are welcoming and seem very knowledgeable, plus they can be reached through a link on most pages. The support team are available 24/7.
The support page is a little hard to find, requiring players to log out of the lobby. However, it does have some good welcome text and information, plus there’s a long and useful FAQ list.