I'm not going to beat around the bush with this one, the Scores Casino games library is more like a games bookcase. This isn't to say that they don't have any decent games, it's just that your options aren't quite as vast as you'd expect them to be. For example, at the time of writing, there are only four table games that aren't live casino tables. There are no variations of roulette, or blackjack beyond the limited collection, and no video poker titles at all.
One thing we always look at when reviewing an online casino's library is whether they have the industry's most popular slots and jackpots. Our first stop is always the iconic Starburst, which is prominently featured on Scores Casino, so that's good. We then went on to look for old favourites like Book of Dead and Simsalabim, both of which were missing. They do have Cleopatra and Temple of Iris, though, so that scratches the ancient Egyptian itch.
In terms of jackpots, you won't find Mega Moolah, but you will find Mega Fortune, so that's a better situation than the slots are in. Overall, though, the Scores Casino library feels limited. While other casinos out there have libraries that span close to 1500 games, Scores Casino's library is currently at under 125 games, and that's including their live casino tables.
Scores Casino User Interface - Where Are The Filters?
One of our biggest gripes with the Scores Casino games library is actually the user interface. The games are split into the following tabs (in order from left to right):
- High Scores
- New Games
- Progressive Jackpots
- Live Casino
- All Games
This initially looks like a decent amount of variation for a games library this size, especially when you include the search bar that Scores Casino makes available. However, on closer inspection, the tabs aren't all that helpful. There are no additional filters such as "Publisher", "Trending", or anything else; and the search bar only searches within the tab category chosen. In practice, this meant every time we used the search bar, we found ourselves switching to the "All Games" tab just to make sure that I'd get accurate search results after a few initial misfires.
The "Casino" tab, in particular, is misrepresentational. It initially looks like there are 10 casino games available, but it soon becomes apparent that 6 of the 10 games listed here are actually the live casino tables.