Thunderkick is a newer game developer that specializes in online Slots. All games and its platform are created by its in-house development team. Based in Stockholm, Sweden, the company holds a gaming license in Malta. The portfolio is small compared to major providers with a lot longer history in the market but the company continues to grow with the addition of new and exciting games.
Thunderkick tagline: “We are Thunderkick, and we make games.”
As Thunderkick focuses on Slots, bingo games are not part of its business at this time. With that said, there are online bingo operators that feature its games. As many bingo players know, Slots can be just as important as the bingo.
Innovations and features include expanding wilds, resins, multipliers, bonus games, dropping symbols and the Intwinity Spin, which is kicks in once all free spins during a bonus game have been played. This feature, when active, will cause the game to continue to spins until you achieve a win.
Each game is a Video Slot featuring quality graphics and audio, multiple paylines and demos on the provider’s webpage. To give you an example of the company’s innovations and interesting take on Slots, Birds on a Wire, a 17-line game, is based on exactly that. Birds land on the three telephone wires with matching symbols paying just like any other Slot. Rather than the traditional spinning reels, Birds on a Wire moves to the right showing a new set of wires with each spin. Dropping symbols is also included the game in addition to free spins and high voltage multipliers.
Slots: Arcader, Birds on a Wire, Flux, Magicious, Esqueleto Explosivo, Sunny Scoops, Fruit Warp, Toki Time, Bork the Berzerker, 1429 Uncharted Seas and Barber Shop.
The selection of games is integrated into various gaming platforms as a result of various partnership agreements between Thunderkick and operators, many of which are high profile. The company does indicate that its own platform is developed in-house, however there is little information available about it. With the limited number of games currently in its portfolio, it would make sense that operators would simply integrate the Slots into their existing platform.