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When it comes to the gaming industry, some companies do a little bit of everything, while others specialize. A specialist may make only fruit machines, slots, live dealer products, or focus entirely on the online sector.

Some go even further. Probability Plc, also known as Probability (Gibraltar), is one such company. Since the 1990s, the group has focused entirely on the mobile market, creating slots and other games that work on a variety of smartphones, tablets, and other devices. They are best known for their significant market share in the UK, though they are also licensed in Italy and have looked towards the United States as another potential market as regulation takes hold there.

Probability’s potential reach expanded greatly in 2014, when the firm was acquired by GTECH, one of the world’s largest suppliers of lottery games and terminals. GTECH – which has since merged with IGT – now has a truly global reach that extends to virtually all corners of the gaming market, something that could see many more players enjoying Probability’s games in the future.

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Small But Popular Collection

Typically, major providers who are utilized by dozens of casino sites have a seemingly endless number of games, with many offering hundreds for players to choose from. Probability takes a different approach, featuring a tight collection of a little more than 30 titles, but with all of them available and optimized entirely for mobile play.

That optimization is a big deal, and it may not be obvious exactly what that means until you play one of these games. Most mobile versions of popular slots are simplified in some way, either in their translation from their “normal” version or in their creation in an attempt to ensure they’ll work on as many devices as possible without causing lag, freezes, or other problems.

Games from Probability, though, are just as beautiful as most games you can play on your desktop computer. In fact, many of these games would rate highly on graphics head-to-head against the best PC slots, regardless of the platform you play them on. Throw in the fact that these games tend to work beautifully on everything from an iPhone or Android phone to all kinds of tablets, and you can see why this was such a valuable developer for GTECH to snatch up a few years back.

These games cover a wide range of themes, but all share a fairly similar visual style that is sharp, modern, and in keeping with other mobile games outside of the gambling industry. Most of their titles are five-reel games with lots of paylines, but the distinct themes still add a lot of variety for players to choose from. A few of our favourites are:

Contract Killer: In this five-reel, 50-payline game, you’ll match the weapons of a paid assassin to score smaller wins, while the victim and the killer himself award the highest prizes. The killer is also a wild, while the victim works as a scatter and can unleash the bonus free spins round, in which all of your wins are tripled.

Long John’s Silver: Sail the seven seas in search of sunken treasures in this 50-line, pirate themed slots. Your task will be to match a host of nautically-themed symbols, ranging from parrots and navigational wheels to swords, treasures, and cannons. A skull and crossbones will substitute for any symbol you need to make a winning combination, while the treasure chests award free spins if you can hit three or more anywhere on the screen.

Triceraslots: Every child loves dinosaurs at some point in their life, and Triceraslots is designed to bring back the fascination with those long-extinct beasts. As with the above games, the gameplay itself is a bit simple: you’ll be matching a bunch of dinosaur-themed symbols like fossils, talons, and the dinosaurs themselves. The T-Rex takes the top spot, acting as a wild and also awarding the game’s biggest prizes. As usual, a bonus option is possible: hit three or more free spin symbols, and you’ll get to play in a special round where all of your winnings are doubled.

Loopy Lotto: For something just a bit different, you might want to check out Loopy Lotto, a game in which everything is based on lotteries and bingo games. Of course, it’s still a straightforward slot machine, and by now, you know the drill: once again, you’ll be playing on five reels and 50 paylines. This time, the thematic elements mean you’ll be matching numbered balls, stacks of cash, and a lucky winner (holding said cash). One thing that does set this game apart from some of the other Probability games is the fact that you can play for two progressive jackpots – the Big’Un and the Littl’Un, with the larger prize often being worth several thousand pounds.

Mobile Expertise Pays Dividends

Probability made its name by producing some of the best mobile-friendly games on the market – and more so for doing it before many larger competitors even realized the importance of the mobile market. That gave them a big edge on the field in building a true collection of games that could be played on virtually any platform, allowing gamblers to get their play in even on the go.

However, it’s important to realize that many companies have now followed their lead. Almost every producer has at least a fair number of games that play well with phones and tablets these days, and at many developers, all new games are created in HTML5 or other languages that ensure mobile compatibility. That means that there is a much bigger variety of games you can play on your phone now than existed even just a few years ago. In that light, Probability’s games are far less impressive: they all tend to be very similar in structure and gameplay, even if they look great and the themes they are based on are quite diverse.

But that said, the games are all very solid, and as you’d expect, they work perfectly on almost all devices: something that is still a virtue while bugs and cross-platform support is still an issue for some developers. If you’re looking for straightforward, standard slots games that you can play on your phone, these titles from Probability are definitely a strong option.