Bally Wulff is a German casino games developer that's been supplying slot machines to land based casinos for many years and is now moving online.
With a history that stretches back to the 1950's, Bally Wulff is a German casino games developer that concentrates mainly on the local market but has made inroads elsewhere.
A Brief History Lesson
Based in Berlin, the name comes from the original Gunther Wulff company that was bought out by US giant Bally in 1972. It's since changed ownership again and is now part of the SHMIDT company, which is a large German IT and property business.
Bally Wulff originally manufactured gaming machines for land-based casinos, but have moved with the times and now have a range of slots integrated with the SkillOnNet platform for online casino players to access.
An Outline Of The Bally Range
The company now has a wide selection of slot machines available, with some of the best know titles being the traditionally styled Fancy Fruits and Maaax Diamonds. Other popular topics like African wildlife, sorcery and Chinese culture are covered in games like King of the Jungle, Magic Book and Mighty Dragon, but these are just a few examples that can be found.
The online games are all released under a UK Gambling Commission licence and can feature English-language paytables, buttons and so on, as well as their native German.
Bally Wulff Casinos
Numerous land-based casinos have Bally Wulff machines on their floors, while online sites such as SlotsMagic and Casino Red Kings also carry the range. In Germany, some of the top sites to feature these games include Blue Lions Casino and Stake7.
While the company has embraced the online casino market, they have yet to move into the mobile age, with few games optimised for smartphones.