NO LONGER OPERATING AS OF 1/1/19
Android , Iphone
Wow. There are 969 games to play at Super Lenny…including 809 slots. Among these, you’ll find all of your favourites, including Gonzo’s Quest and Immortal Romance. Supper Lenny’s gaming selection is well-stocked by the likes of Microgaming, NetEnt, Playtech, NYX Interactive, Play’n GO and more, meaning you get the most eclectic variety of games on offer, which is always a good thing.
Right from the home page, you’re presented with each and every one of the games on offer, which don’t seem to be filtered or presented in any particular order (which seems like Super Lenny is missing a trick – we’d think putting the most popular games here, or the biggest progressive jackpots , or even sorting them A-Z, but nope).
Scroll all the way to the right-hand side, and there are several filters available – including the option to see which ones ‘Lenny Recommends’, types of games and sorted by provider.
After sorting for the games ‘Lenny Recommends’, there are 23, including Starburst (of course), Gonzo’s Quest, Immortal Romance and Twin Spin – so far, no huge surprises.
Speaking of which, of the 845 (!) slot games available, Super Lenny only provides filtering for progressive jackpot slots – so, if you’re a classic slots or branded slots fan, you’re going to have to either know the name of the game you’re looking for (and use the search bar in the top left-hand corner to find it), or go through a very long list, hoping to hit on the game you’re after.
The 64 table games on offer don’t disappoint, although with so many to choose from, it would have been nice to have had a filter for different types. Otherwise, there are 17 Blackjack variants to choose from (including Double Xposure, Multihand European Blackjack Gold, Atlantic City Blackjack and more), 12 Roulette variants (including 3 Wheel Roulette, Premier Roulette, Double Bonus Spin Roulette and more) and a whole host of others – Casino Hold’Em, Video Poker (Double Bonus Poker, Tens or Better, Deuces Wild, Red Dog etc) to keep even the most ardent fan of table games satisfied.
Wow. Not that we weren’t expecting it, but there’s an insane amount of live games at Super Lenny.
Choose from 13 Live Roulette options, including Immersive Roulette, Live Roulette HD, Svensk Roulette and London Roulette, as well as others. Or, enjoy the 25 -yes, 25 Live Blackjack variants – with a series of Blackjack VIP games, running from A-H, and then to two Silver options. That’s in addition to all the usual variants you’d expect – Blackjack Pro, Common Draw Blackjack and the like.
Look, we get it, this is a super-cool, millennial new-style online casino. What we like about the site is that it somehow manages to combine this with a very clear way to navigate the site. Unlike other cool new casinos, Super Lenny states what each part of the site is called, as it’s called – e.g. ‘Casino’, ‘Live Casino’ and so on.
At the top of the site, the header menu has links to the casino, live casino section, Sports, Live Sports and Promotions. That’s a nice touch, allowing interested punters the chance to see what else they can find at Super Lenny.
Otherwise the games header has some great filters, including live casino, slots, new games, other types of games, filter by provider and even by what Lenny himself recommends.
Super Lenny’s mobile site is good, but strange. A bit like the casino itself, we spent a good few seconds wondering if the site was broken, because the menu was nowhere in sight…until we saw it, there at the bottom of the screen.
Otherwise, the mobile site – on both iOS and Android phones – looks very similar to the desktop site. It’s a very small grumble, but there seems to be 200-odd games missing from the mobile, with ‘only’ 731 available. This really isn’t a massive deal, the games are still well into the hundreds (and hands down beats a lot of other casinos), but in this day and age, we’re kind of wondering why those other 200 couldn’t show up on the mobile platform.
For casino app lovers, there are three nicely-optimised apps, for iOS, Android and Window, which work across tablets and smartphones alike. There’s still a huge range of games available, as well as the ability to access live chat and banking options. Ooh er, Super Lenny!
We expected as much – Super Lenny does gamification, with a capital ‘G’. It just suits the site’s general weirdness and joie de vivre.
‘Lenny’s Assignments’, as they’re called, change as you complete them. Assignments can vary a lot and can be anything like ‘make £350 worth of spins on slots’, but complete them and you’ll be awarded with BUX.
BUX are the other exciting thing about Super Lenny. What other casinos would call Comp Points, BUX accumulate as you play… and can then be exchanged for some pretty nice gifts and bonuses. As you earn more BUX, the better your challenges… and their rewards.
Otherwise, Super Lenny has a loyalty club, which is by invitation only. The goodies available for being a loyalty member include no deposit fees (a topic we’ll dive into in a few paragraphs time), a designated account manager, VIP events, gifts and even trips ‘to all kinds of places’.
We were expecting promotions galore, but when we logged in and went to the promotions section, there actually wasn’t so much on offer. This is probably because more appear as as you keep playing, in the same way more of ‘Lenny’s Assignments’ do.
Aside from that, there’s a game of the month promotion, where more BUX are up for grabs, an offer to trade BUX for bonuses, a link to the Lenny’s Assignments page… and that’s about it.
We’ll give the benefit of the doubt for this one, because we think Super Lenny’s pretty cool and down with the millenials, otherwise.
Other than a nice-looking cashier, Super Lenny is pretty mediocre in this respect.
There are 3 options for UK players to make deposits – Visa credit and debit, Trustly and Paysafecard – all with a minimum deposit of £10. All three deposit methods state they are fee-free, but we have our suspicions this might not be the case (or, if it is, this was changed recently) because the VIP programme states VIPs get fee-free deposits. That’s a weird claim to make when actually everyone gets those lucrative fee-free deposits.
Otherwise, withdrawals are available either via the same deposit method you used, or via bank transfer. The minimum withdrawal amount is also £10, and will take between 1-3 business days.
Let’s start with the positives. Super Lenny has a 24/7 live chat service, and a pretty responsive email address. The live cht was answered pretty quickly – within 45 seconds of us requesting to chat, which you can do only after you give a few details (name, email, topic and message).
Here’s where we have a slight issue. There’s no phone number (ok, not that big of a deal, in fact most of these newer casinos also don’t have phone numbers), but it’s the FAQ which really bugged us. There are a grand total of 10 ‘quick questions’, three ‘bonus-related’ questions and five ‘casino-related’ questions. That sounds like enough, but it’s not – especially when the questions that were there didn’t give us the answers we wanted.
It’s just a bit odd, considering the FAQs (when done right) are there to help both players and the casino support team – and you’d think they’d want to make their lives easier.
He’s cool, he’s chill and the site works nicely, not to mention is insanely well-stocked. Super Lenny is a hands down win from us. Check it out for the huge games library available, at the very least.
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