Last update: 13th May 2020
Wishmaker was especially mobile friendly and looked to have some very interesting gamification, but closed to UK players in May 2020 after less than 18 months in operation
The hundreds of games at Wishmaker are a curated selection from a range of different providers, encompassing all time classics such as Immortal Romance and Starburst, high variance cult titles such as Dead or Alive and Danger High Voltage and recent releases such as Turn Your Fortune and The Great Albini. If you have a favourite game studio it’s super easy to find all their games by using the search facility (which has predictive text, e.g typing Big will show you what they have by Big Time Gaming). Progressive jackpots include Mega Fortune and Holmes and the Stolen Stones and the Evolution live casino includes the live Wheel of Fortune style game Dream Catcher (but be aware that this only counts at 50% towards wagering requirements).
Due to age restrictions most of the gamification can’t be seen until after login, but it certainly bodes well – as well as the Wish Coins which are essentially a loyalty scheme, there’s the Wishing Well side bonus game that can be played after reaching a new rank and Lucky Gems which grant rewards once three of a kind have been collected. Wishmaker also plan to add an option for donating Wish Coins to charity if you prefer not to redeem for a bonus.
This sparkling new casino site would be sure to appeal even without the gamification – with the gamification, it ought to be a killer.