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Aunty Acid Online Casino Review
This is the age of the mighty brand. If you have a bit of fame, it that seems you can do anything, including starting your own casino.
Aunty Acid is a social media sensation, a wise-cracking, somewhat bitter old lady who appears in countless comic strips and has millions of fans. And now, this irreverent aunt also has her own online casino.
Plus and minus casino
It has an amusing mascot
It is safe
Bad design and layout
Limited number of games
Terrible design work
Appalling online casino
The Aunty Acid Casino website seems to have tried to incorporate a sort of tweed aesthetic, but instead it looks like a blog from the late 1990s. It’s so poorly put together that we’re surprised it made it off the cutting room floor. How a developer could create something so basic and so poor and still pass muster is beyond us.
It looks like it has been designed using one of those crappy web builders by someone who was only introduced to the internet that morning. And if you think that sounds harsh, just take a look at the site and tell us we’re wrong.
Aunty Acid Casino doesn’t exactly sell itself very well. It says that it has, and we quote, “Over 200 interesting mobile and online games.” Firstly, all games are online, including the mobile ones. We believe the term they were looking for is “web-based”.
Secondly, if “interesting” is the best adjective you can think of for what amount to a small number of games, it’s no wonder your casino has failed to take off.
You can use Skrill, Neteller and a few other basic providers to get money into and out of your account, but don’t expect any big promotions to lure you in.
Promotions are standard across all online casinos these days, but it is an area that Aunty Acid Casino seem to have missed. Maybe they assumed (correctly) that few members would make it to their site in the first place. Maybe, just maybe, this is all one big practical joke, a commentary on the influence that brands have on our life.
But probably not.
It probably sounds like we are being overly cruel, and maybe we are. But this is a poor attempt at creating an online casino, one that was clearly a cash grab and we feel that someone needs to be held accountable for that.
They have cut so many corners in creating this site. They could have hired half-decent writers, designers and developers and we might have let them off if they had. But they didn’t, and the end result is nothing short of appalling.
Aunty Acid Casino Rating: 15/100
We tried to go into this review with an open mind, but it was difficult. We didn’t have great expectations for an online casino based on a social media sensation and in the end our expectations were about right.
This has the feel of a rushed job. The website is not very well put together, there aren’t a great deal of games, and while it is regulated, audited and completely legal, we’re not sure why anyone would choose to play here over better real money casinos like Royal Vegas.
The only reason it didn’t score a 0 is because it’s not a scam site and therefore doesn’t deserve to be branded with the same score as them.
N-U-T-T-Y Boy30 July 2018
Aunty Acid Online Casino has done an excellent job with their mobile design. They have really poured their heart into the mobile site and the result is evident with how fast the games load and easy to use interface. I strongly believe that any player who is always looking to play on the move should give Aunty Acid Casino a try. Plus, their slots and live casino games seem to have been optimized for play on mobile. What I however think should be improved is their customer support team. I wish I was able to upload a photo on how we had a chat with one of the agents so that more people could see how clueless they seem to be – even on simple and straightforward matters such as helping with IP issue. They seemed to be blocking me saying I was from a country that I wasn’t.