Microsoft has always been grinding away to push its mobile projects forward and take its share of pie in today’s mobile marketplace.
However, it does not always live up to expectations, and unfortunately for Windows Phone users, the software for its rivals – iOS and Android, totally outperforms WP in terms of games selection.
Moreover, Android is all about open source innovations, and it costs nothing for developers, and that’s why Windows Phone mobile ecosystem is unlikely to catch up with its competitors at least in the forthcoming years. And the rumors around wrapping up the flagship mobile projects, discontinuing Lumia in particular, might even signal the dawn of the platform; but the facts are striking enough – according to PCWorld, in the first quarter of 2016 the company has sold 4.5ml. of devices, showing a mindblowing 57% decrease in comparison with the 4th quarter of 2015. This way or the other, things are not that desperate – Windows Phone users can still access a wealth of games and online services.
Good news for WP users came in November, 2014, when one of the industry tycoons, Microgaming, has released a full-fledged Windows Phone-based casino. A native app that supports 35 premium titles and runs smoothly on Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 – a major breakthrough for the platform guarantees smooth performance and glitch-free gaming experience. With all the downsides of the platform, Windows Phone (and especially, Windows Phone 8.1) has a number of nice strong suits. These devices have a fully implemented support for HTML5, Java and WAP, and mobile browsers can always be upgraded with a new version of flash-player.
In a nutshell, your device with Windows Phone is universally suitable for visiting virtually any mobile flash-casino. In the course of numerous experiments with these devices concerns and issues have been extremely rarely reported of. Naturally, the only exceptions were those casinos that offer downloadable platforms or downloadable games for Android and iOS. As for browser games, all of them run pretty smoothly on the Windows Phone platform.
Windows Phone gameplay differs very little from the one you have at PC version: the functionality is likely to be almost identical. Thus, for example, if you are looking for decent online casino games, you may want to drop in at Mansion casino to get a good idea of how it should looks like: you’ll drop at the mobile version automaticallly – just log in or create a new account.
At virtually any online casino you have an option to play for real money, as well as try a demo mode. In the first case you’ll need to load funds into account… and that’s it. Choose a slot machine or roulette and place your bets.