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Bomba Games Software & 0 Online Casinos Reviewed
Bomba Games is an online casino game developer that is based out of Croatia and licensed to provide games by the Malta Gaming Authority. Interestingly, the company seems to also be going through the name Soar Games, and the group is working to grow their brand in an industry flooded with casino game developers. Bomba is a subsidiary of Eagle Gaming, which has been in operation since 2005 and currently employs about 50 people.
Bomba has put out a series of online video slots as well as table games and virtual sports. The quality of the games is decent, albeit nothing as great as you’re going to get from big-name brands like NetEnt or Playtech. To their credit, there are a fair number of games that have been deployed, meaning that the developer has been keeping busy. Mobile play is also built into all of the games, so you can play it on your smartphone or tablet, if you wish.
As they continue to grow their brand, Bomba will be facing a challenge in terms of distribution. Still, there is some promise here, and we want to see just what Bomba has up their sleeve.
All I know about Bomba's racing games are from these screenshots. The dog racing screen is so blurry that I suspect it may be footage of an actual dog race.
The baccarat game looks pretty simple, just the three major bets.
As with all games, except slots, all I have to go on is this screenshot from the corporate web site. You can see the cards are the Latin American 3x5 size and the player may play four cards at once.
The blackjack game allows playing three hands at once. The rule screens say the player may re-split to four hands, but I have my doubts. The number of decks is not stated, so I'll assume eight. According to my blackjack house edge calculator, the house advantage is 0.43%, assuming eight decks and re-splitting to four hands.
The following table shows the Blackjack games available in alphabetical order.
Bomba Games Blackjack Alphabetic OrderExpand
|Game||BJ Pays||Soft 17||Double After Split||Double||Splits Number||Re split aces||Draw to split aces||Peek||Surr-ender||Return||Total Decks||Live Game|
I know of Bomba's roulette game only from screenshots. It was not available to play for fun. It is easy to see that the wheel is single-zero, for a house edge of 2.70% on every bet. It looks like there is a window for an actual roulette wheel somewhere that player's bet on.
Bomba slots have soft cartoony kind of themes. In 2019, they seem rather dated and/or low-budget, to be honest. The graphics are low resolution, the sound effects seem canned, and the game-play is the usual stuff -- free spin bonus, wins both directions, expanding wilds. Games are available in 3, 5, and 7 reels.
Unfortunately, no return percentages are provided.
Eagle Gaming — Here you can play their slot games for free. All the rest don't let you, but do have some screenshots. Remember, there is some relationship between Soar, Bomba, and Eagle, that I still don't understand.