As a member of the VPL, the site now uses the Microgaming software package, and runs the same promotions and deals as other VPL sites.
The first thing you’ll notice about Aspinalls is the website, which has a great design, one of the classiest around, yet inexplicably the majority of the links take you to Sun Vegas Casino, another VPL site, and not even to the relevant page at Sun Vegas, but simply to their main page. This is really quite lazy and inexcusable, and further raises the question of whether VPL is planning on cutting the plug on Aspinalls and simply absorbing it into Sun Vegas in the future, as they’ve done with Slots Royale.
These questions, and the shoddy website don’t really inspire one to want to become a loyal member of their service. Let’s hope VPL makes up their mind about what they plan on doing with Aspinalls and gives it a website it deserves.
It’s a shame too, as the software design is just as good as the website design, with a very elegant and classy look. The promotions and comps programs are the same ones run by the other VPL sites, which are not in the upper tier of such promotions.
Aspinalls runs the full gamut of Microgaming games, as well as the progressive jackpots found on the VPL network, giving it something for everyone. If you like slots, you’ll really have more machines than you can handle, or rightly play in a couple weeks, as over 100 slot machines grace the halls of Aspinalls.
Video poker has dozens of entries, including power poker variations which flood the screen with 10, 50, or even 100 plays at once. Table games have great diversity, with multiple versions of black and roulette, as well as poker, baccarat, craps, casino war, keno, scratch card, sic bo, red dog, and many more.
Aspinalls has many deposit and withdrawal options, including Neteller, Moneybookers, Eco, UseMyWallet, WebMoney, UseMyBank, uKash, Z, GiroPay, Paysafecard, Click2Pay, ClickandBuy, Visa, Mastercard, Solo, Switch, Poli, Entropay, and Instadebit.