The Art of Games

The competition for business in the iGaming software industry is fierce. In order for a company to survive, it has to put forth a good image and provide a reliable and innovative software product. While noting a book should not be judged by its cover, at the time of writing this (September 2015), The Art of Games website is rather disappointing. And that’s based on the fact the company is doing business in an industry, where having a well-developed website should be a forgone conclusion.

That said, The Art of Games is a small games developer that is rather new to the industry. You can find out more about it in the review below.

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The Art of Games

The Company

The company first came into the iGaming software industry sometime in 2012. Like most of the younger software developers, The Art of Games was formed from a group of experienced programmers and software developers, who wanted to bring their own vision to a growing marketplace.

In its three years of existence, the studio has certainly done a good job of marketing, given that its software platform is in part or in total being used in at least 20 different online casinos. That's not bad for a young company.

The Art of Games is currently headquartered in Willemstad, Curaçao where it also maintains its primary gaming license.

The Software

In an effort to put its own stamp on the iGaming industry, The Art of Games has developed its own proprietary software platform that includes games and a quasi-back office component to help with game management.

The platform is very flexible, having been developed with tools like Flash and HTML5. Currently, the software is integrated and accessed through client sites in download and instant play mode with no download required.

That said, players can access the games on PC or Mac through standard web browsers. There is currently no mention of a mobile app now or in the future though.

What makes the software platform so desirable is the fact that casino owners have the ability to customize many features within each table game (felt colours, chip colours, voice overs, etc.).

As for the back office component, it doesn't seem to be as robust as most, but it does provide player tracking and access to analytical reports about game performance.

The Games

To date, the game developers at The Art of Games have been very busy building a comprehensive portfolio of games with approximately 100 games currently available. As of September 2015, the company has a balanced library with around 35 table games (Super Pan 9, blackjack, roulette, baccarat, several poker variations, craps, Pai Gow, etc.).

That also includes video poker, scratch cards and of course, about 55 slots in various formats: 5-reel, classic, simple, 3D video, fruit, photo and deluxe.

The games seem to have solid graphics and video features, but might be a little lite on bonus features. Some of the best game titles include Crazy Carnival, Freaky Frankenstein, $1.000.000 BC, Awesome 5, Big Bang, Gambling Bling and Jailbreaker.

What’s more, this is one of the very few game developers who have developed a Super Pan 9, which is a very popular game in parts of Asia.


The Art of Games is a young iGaming developer that despite of its modest website has already got deals with over a dozen of online casinos. Its games portfolio consists of over 45 table and card games and 55 slots, some of which you can try right now in demo using your web browser.

Click to visit The Art of Games website.

Posted by CCJ Team