Well, first thing to say is that Drueck Glueck is obviously not an English name….the casino is owned by a German company and the name means ‘Happy Luck’, which just happens to rhyme in German and means they can use the nice little tagline ‘Luck is Coming’. Saying it in English sounds something like ‘Droo-eck Gloo-eck’. At least it’s a name you can’t forget!
In typical German fashion, the DrueckGlueck site is very well organised, clean and efficient; you land at a sort of beige-coloured page featuring a traditional slot graphic, with a neat set of icons in the left hand menu to help you find your way around. The site features some little monster characters which vary from cute to pretty weird and appear mostly on the homepage and menu bar.
However, once you sign up and start playing the site is completely different. You’re directed to their ‘instant play’ site, which has a completely different layout, the only real similarity being the logo and the little characters. Here you’ll come across an interesting menu shaped like a roulette wheel with options of ‘live casino’, ‘slots’, ‘new games’, ‘roulette’, ‘jackpots’, ‘most popular’, ‘scratch games’, ‘extra games’, ‘video poker’ and ‘card & table games’.
At the centre of the wheel is a button you can press to take you to a random game selection, which is a fun feature if you’re feeling indecisive. If you choose the slots menu, you’ll be directed to a new page where you can filter all the games by options including ‘recently played’, ‘jackpot’ and ‘new’. There’s also a search bar which makes things very simple.
GAMES ON OFFER
You’ll find almost all of the NetEnt slots on DrueckGlueck including favourites such as Gonzo’s Quest, Guns N’ Roses and Drive Multiplier Mayhem. They also seem to have all the newest games available, such as NetEnt latest Aloha! Cluster Pays. If you know the name of the game you’re looking for, using the search bar is much easier as using the ‘all’ filter means you have to click through dozens of pages; the games aren’t all displayed on one page as with many other casinos. There are also several of the NetEnt jackpots here; locally Cosmic Fortune and Mega Joker and pooled Arabian Nights.
TRUSTWORTHINESS OF DRUECKGLUECK
This might be one of the most trustworthy NetEnt sites out there; when you first visit their site there’s a whole section dedicated to security and the casino uses SSL encryption technology to protect players. The casino is also licensed by both the UK and Malta, which are the two best regulating authorities in Europe. On top of this, Drueck Glueck have a number of certificates from third parties who have check out their security setup.
WHY YOU SHOULD TRY DRUECKGLUECK
Apart from a huge game selection and an innovative layout, Drueck Glueck is also a very trustworthy casino and offers 24/7 customer support by email, live chat and telephone. Their wagering requirements for any bonuses are set at an industry low of 20x and they have numerous currency and payment method options.