The third deposit offer of a 50% bonus certainly wasn't tempting enough for me, but I made my deposit anyway, without taking the bonus. I have not played my favourite Finn game at this casino as yet, so I wanted to test it out - both the casino and the game. Due to the current erratic play of Finn's game, I had to deposit 30 EUR, to ensure that I would have sufficient balance to give the game a good try and play. The recent 20 EUR deposits at other casinos have proven to be insufficient lately, so liked it or not, I had to go for a 30 EUR deposit, and had to accept that deposit fee as well. Argh!
To be fair to the casino, I do like the fact that some deposit free spins are wager-free, but such offers don't come all the time. I have been offered several deposit free spins that have wagering requirements, which I simply ignored. What's the point of paying a deposit fee when the free spins still have wagering requirements, right? Other than this, I have yet to find something that I can like about Loki Casino!
Well, my first play on my favourite Finn And The Swirly Spin game at Loki Casino went rather badly! It's not what I would want to happen on my first play, but as I have said earlier on, this Finn game has suddenly been performing strangely of late! I should notice and feel these changes, because I have been playing the same game almost everyday, and have done probably more than 150,000 spins on it too. Honestly speaking, I get the feeling that the game has very recently been 'reconfigured' by NetEnt, playing rather badly of late, and paying peanuts too most of the time, but how can I ever prove it, right? I can feel the difference, I can see the difference, and I'm simply not getting the same results anymore! What the argh!
Well, I cannot really put the blame on Loki Casino, but if my favourite game keep going on like this, I'd stop playing the game soon enough, and I'd probably stop playing at Loki Casino too. Time will soon tell!