Connective Games Overview
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Connective Games was created in 2006 as a spin-off of Intrice LLC. Although Intrice was already involved in gaming development, the company was formed to consolidate all of their gaming software development into one brand and move forward in the specific market. They are located in Tomsk, a Russian city in Western Siberia and employ more than 60 people. Tomsk is an important Russian technology and Research and Development center second only to Moscow in the region.
Connective Games does not offer their own brand of online casino games but rather develop games that are used by networks and independent operators. All games can be branded to individual operators, wider networks, or major well-known manufacturers, so players may already being using Connective Games without even knowing it.
Connective Games provides no-download Flash and download casino clients for online casino games and multi-player poker networks. Mobile gaming is also in the development pipeline although they may partner with another system already developed to get the integration to the market faster. Their website states that they can provide turnkey (white label) or stand-alone platforms that include every element needed to run the business.
We did not use a download version of the software to test the games but did note a TST certificate linked from their website that showed an acceptable confidence of 95% to 98% meaning the RNG was certified. The no-download version loaded a bit slow on the first pass with the most feature-laden video slots taking about 30 seconds to open. Subsequent accesses to the same games loaded in less than 3 seconds. Blackjack and other table games loaded much quicker at about 4 seconds on first access.
The table game interface was uncluttered in each instance and animations were smooth with no lag or delays. After dealing, the actionable blackjack buttons for Split, Double, Stand, Hit were always visible but disabled if the movement would be against the rules. Help files for all games were available from the menu button and opened a help file on the practice casino website. In all games, players load an amount from balance into the game before game play begins, much like the antiquated RTG video poker interface.
The Connective Games demo site currently has 4 card games, 13 slots, 4 table games and 4 video poker games available for play. Jacks or Better video poker was a 7/5 game with no bonus for Royal Flush when betting 5 coins, paying 1250 (250x) but allowed a bet of 10 coins for a 1000x payout rather than the 800x usually associated with a 5 coin bet. Deuces Wild was a mandatory 4-hand game with the same bet scheme but included a progressive jackpot for Natural Royal.
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