Viaden develops online casino software, as well as apps, and also has a turnkey online casino management platform. The company is based in Minsk, Belarus, and has been around for at least a decade. Though relatively new to online gambling software development, their games seem to be popping up more and more, especially following their 2012 partnership with Playtech Gaming. History Originally, Viaden began by outsourcing development projects. In 2006, they began doing their own work and developed an array of products, not all of which were related to gambling. In 2009, they kicked it up a notch with the development of their mobile apps for both iOS and Android devices. As before, these weren’t all related to gaming either. They created a series of popular fitness apps, including a general workout one, another for yoga, and a pedometer, as well as some for productivity and lifestyle. They realized they really had something good when they released casino game apps that reached number-one and number-seven in the iTunes store and they ran with it. To date, over 10 million people are using their apps alone, and they also have a presence in online casinos, as well as traditional land-based casinos. Technology Overall, their games are known for their fantastic 3D graphics. There are unexpected animations throughout gameplay and solid sounds. The audio probably isn’t a soundtrack you’d buy and listen to on its own, but it’s enough to keep your toe tapping during gameplay. As noted earlier, they have an entire suite of gaming options that can play on any device, just about anywhere. In fact, they have over 60 apps as of now, and they’re dedicated to releasing new ones regularly. Many of their games have won awards or make it to top game lists, especially on iTunes. They offer a little of something for everyone and have also released free versions and real-cash games. In addition, they’re one of the few companies that does their homework before developing a game to ensure it’s both trendy and a user-friendly concept. Table Games They have many of the most common table games and three varieties of Blackjack and three of Roulette. This sets them apart from the crowd a bit. Their selection of table games includes: Baccarat, Blackjack, Blackjack Switch, Blackjack Surrender, Face Up 21, Pontoon, Punto Banco, Roulette (French, European, American) Poker Although their poker games seem to be missing a few of the most common options, the ones they do have are high-quality. It’s probably worth reading the how-to guide on them, as it can be a little difficult for a newcomer to see how each one comes together. However, they do still have top-of-the-line graphics and more toe-tapping music. Viaden poker and video poker selection includes: Casino Hold ‘em, Deuces Wild Deluxe, Golden Flush, Jacks or Better Deluxe, Joker’s Wild Deluxe, Oasis, Pai Gao, Red Dog, Texas Hold ‘em Online Slots Unlike the poker games, their slots are truly intuitive. They offer multi-line betting and also have an auto-play feature. There’s no storyline or mini-games, which makes for simpler play. They’re essentially basic slot games, but with amped up graphics. A few of the most popular slot games from Viaden include: Cherry Go Round, Coffee Time, Dice Express, Dragon Tale, Empire's Glory, Enigma, Football Cup, Land of Unicorn, Lucky Pirate, Luxor Valley, Magic Pot, Maverick Saloon, Maya Pyramid, Non-Stop Party, Sign of Luck, Viking Conquest Other Games Viaden rounds out their selection nicely with keno and craps. Both come with the high-quality graphics and intuitive play. The only thing that seems to be missing from their lineup are some bingo options. Apps by Viaden Apps are one of the things Viaden does best. Their iOS and Android platform creations are packed with numerous games, great graphics, and smooth gameplay. Some of their packs include: 19-in-1 Viaden Crazy Slots Pack, Casinomania, Dice Fight Pro Overall, Viaden has a positive online reputation, but it’s always a good idea to verify the reputation of each casino before playing. As of now, they’re only available in specific markets due to gaming regulations, but they seem to be growing fast. One of the chief complaints is their overall lack of selection, but given how little time they’ve been around, they seem to be doing quite well. They’ve also poured a lot of effort into their mobile gaming division, which may make their online game selection seem a bit smaller. They may not deliver all the bells and whistles that some of the software developers do, but in exchange, players receive some fairly high RTPs. For example, the Empire’s Glory slot game has a reported RTP of 99.25-percent and Jacks or Better video poker is said to hit 99.54-percent. Their games are available for free-play on the corporate website and there are free, as well as paid, versions in casinos all around the net.