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About the Company
Betixon is an online casino game and delivery platform developer. Their game portfolio comprises slots, video bingo, multiplayer table games, fish hunting games, and Provably Fair crypto games.
We find the games at dozens of sites, often those that also carry Genii games on or off the EveryMatrix platform.
The company provides next to no information about itself and is variously known as being located in Seychelles, India, and the Marshall Islands. EveryMatrix lists them as a sub-vendor to Spinomenal, but the relationship could simply be a distribution agreement.
The marketing manager and VP of business development are stationed in and studied in Israel, but that doesn't help locate the studios or know the histories and skills of the management team or game developers.
The studio would seem to be a small and possibly family-held private company launched in 2016 or 2017. The CTO has held previous positions with 888 and NeoGames. We'll take an educated guess and assume the studio as well as possibly the maths lab are located in Mahé, Seychelles.
We don't find self-accolades or any technical information on certifications or licensing but anything delivered over the Spinomenal system would presumably be under the license of the RGS or aggregator they attach to. Spinomenal does have GLI-19 certification.
It was one of the first international operators to launch games in Colombia when it inked a deal with Wplay in 2019. The games are most often found on BTC-friendly sites, most of which are not well known but they do appear in the libraries of very larger operators such as MELbet as well as MonteCryptos, Space Lilly, BetWinner, and La Fiesta.
While the brand may not be well known it is widely known as languages such as Russian, Turkish, and Spanish are primary to some of the sites that carry the games. Curacao is the most common licensor with Bulgaria also regulating some of the gaming sites.
Software and Games
The games themselves are all developed and delivered in HTML5 for mobile-first deployment. They also play just as well in any web browser on a laptop or desktop.
As HTML5 creations the games were designed for mobile rather than being converted after the fact as the industry changed. This means that all of the games have very low load weights and open in seconds rather than minutes.
For operators, the highly efficient games, and hassle-free API promise a simple and quick integration so the product can be up and running in a matter of days without interrupting existing services.
As of the time of our review, there are some three dozen games in the library. The theme seems designed for wide appeal. The Age of Halvar and Dragon Hunter employs a Vikings theme, Great India celebrates the culture of the world's largest democracy, and the Egyptian theme has a twist with the Book of Sheba and Treasure of Seti to go along with Market Wonders.
The artwork on the game icons and splash screens is perfectly representative of the quality of work you'll see when you open a game. We throttled our data feed to 200 Kbps and were able to load the first slot in less than three minutes. On a better, yet unstable connection starting at 5 Mbs, the next game loaded and opened in less than 30 seconds.
Sound effects were well-conceived and well-executed, expanding wild and scatter animations added to the game sense. However, when two scatters have landed the reels no longer in play, including those two, go dark. This dimmed the anticipation in our opinion.
Another interface annoyance was the spin button being unavailable until all wins, of any size, are counted and unavailable when wilds expanded but there was no winning combination. Finally, the line count is not known prior to a look at the paytable information. Bets are stake per spin.
We spent a considerable amount of time playing as many as possible with random selection and found the vast majority to be simple in mechanics, but varied and unique in themes. The artwork is a style of its own which is okay. It may not be the stuff cult classics are made of, but it has the potential to call out to the player as a meme when reminded of it by some unrelated reason or event.
Some of the newer games with more advanced feature mechanics such as Reign of Zeus loaded a bit more slowly, probably due to more intricate layers of coding for the bonuses.
Reign of Zeus is a five-reel 20-line spinning slot with 3, 4, 4, 4, and 3 visible active positions each. In addition to wild symbols and free-spin triggering scatter symbols, additional features are at play in this game.
Landing a wild symbol as part of a winning line will trigger 4 respins with increasing multipliers. During the base game, the factors are 1x, 2x, 3x, 4x, and 5x while during free games (triggered with 3 or more scatters) the payouts can be 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x, or 10x. Unlike most games with increasing multipliers during respins, these will escalate for each spin regardless of the results of the last spin. You don't need a winning spin to increase the multiplier for the next one.
Elora's Quest is a fantasy-themed game currently available at Lucky Luke and Split Aces. This is another basic game with a full in-depth review.
The Age of Halvar is a newer game that seemed to be loading a little slower than some of the older titles. Indeed it had some features that the older games didn't and turned out be our favorite.
When first opened, it appeared it may be a cascading "slot" but that was only because of its compact presentation and 5x4 reel set. Aside from the nice artwork, what this game offers is that any random symbol on the reels can become wild. As the symbols are stacked, this opens the possibility for some huge wins.
How they accomplish this is by randomly cycling through all of the symbols in a little field in the top right corner. Whatever symbol it lands on will turn all matching symbols wild.
There is also a scatter-triggered bonus spin round with all pay doubled. This is definitely a game that's worth revisiting!
Our next or second favorite title didn't have a lot of bells and whistles, but it does have intense artwork, a nice theme, engaging gameplay, and features.
Wild Wolf has three reels and eight pay lines, cascading reels, and increasing multipliers. When the winning symbols leave the reels to be replaced by new ones, the animated scene behind the reel set is revealed. It's a nice touch that really works with this color scheme.
The music soundtrack is ominous as are the game sounds.
Each successive winning spin has an increasing multiplier attached to it up to 5x.
Paylines are the standard 5 horizontal and diagonal left to right and the additional three are vertical. It takes three symbols for a win.
There are also two bonus features, each triggered by special symbols that must land on a winning line. The bonus games are not explained in the paytable, which is unfortunate. It's a highly volatile game with a top-line win 4x more than most of their jackpots, so it could take a while to trigger one or more of the bonus games. We gave it a quarter-hour and didn't get one, your luck might be better!
The Final Analysis
Betixon offers a portfolio of games that runs deep and wide in themes. They seem to keep up with innovations in features with some of the newer games but the legacy portfolio is dated and they don't create new titles at a blistering rate. We look forward to playing even more new releases to see how much innovation and uniqueness they plan to build into their game.
The artwork on all games is decent and some are idiosyncratic to a degree with enough consistency between several titles to make a lasting mark on players' minds. Some little things could remind them of an element, a winning feeling could emerge and the player might seek out the title or another similar.
Endorphina and BGaming seem to have this quality in some of their games using a completely different type of captivating art or mechanics.
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