One thing that differentiates Dreamland Casino from other online casinos is that it allows players to open more than one account. We are not sure about its reason for doing this but it appears there is nothing in the Terms and Conditions that prohibit multiple accounts from availing of bonuses.
We like the way Dreamland Casino’s account dashboard works. It is very easy to use once you figure out how it really works (more on this later). Overall, this online casino is well-built. We can even say it was thoughtfully-developed.
Dreamland Casino only has a few games. There’s nothing really special about these games although they could be enjoyable enough to play. The games even slightly look dated. If it’s any consolation, though, they load really quickly and are highly responsive. The responsiveness of the games, however, is negated by the unresponsiveness of Dreamland Casino’s player support.
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There are only 12 games on Dreamland Casino. These games are grouped into four categories: Arcade, Slots, Table, and Video Poker.
- There are 4 games under the Arcade category namely Rich Rick Scratch Show, Keno 80, Heads or Tails, and Quest for the Holy Grail Hi.
- The Slots category also has 4 games. These are 777 Slot Country Cash, Pirates of the Seven Reels, and Super Super Hot.
- The Table category has 3 games, which are American Roulette 3D, Crown and Anchor Dice, and BlackJack Classic DELUXE.
- Lastly, there are is only 1 Video Poker game, which is Jacks or Better.
We like that the games have their individual pages that present their respective game descriptions, game rules, gameplay overview, progressive jackpot win details, pay tables, and information on the bonuses and other features such as free spins and paylines. Everything you need to know about the games are presented on the site, which is a good thing since Dreamland Casino’s support staff apparently spend most of their day in dreamland that they don’t have the time to respond to inquiries.
You may notice that the games in the game gallery don’t come with Play for Fun options. There’s actually a Play for Fun option for all of the games. You can find it in the individual game pages. You will be presented with two options on top of the games: Play for Real Money or Play for Fun. You get 5,000 Fun points to use to play the games for free. These Fun points, obviously, cannot be converted to real money.
The games load notably quickly. They don’t have the best graphics but they look good enough. The aesthetics shouldn’t be a deal breaker. The games require you to maximize your browser window—yes, they’re all browser-based so you don’t have to download anything to be able to play them. The games don’t adjust to the size of the browser window so we will not be surprised if Dreamland Casino turns out to be NOT mobile-friendly.
Dreamland Casino only uses bitcoins (BTC) at the moment. However, currency is not expressed in BTC on the site. Instead, they are expressed as credits. 1 BTC is equal to 1,000 credits.
Deposits are made through CoinPayments.net. Dreamland Casino has a good video tutorial for doing deposits so be sure to check it out if you don’t know how to use CoinPayments yet. The minimum deposit amount is 0.01 BTC or 10 credits.
When it comes to withdrawals, you will need to use your bitcoin wallet. Withdrawals can only be made in bitcoins, through your bitcoin wallet. You will need to go to your Account Dashboard, and click the Withdrawal link. You will be asked for your email address, wallet address, and the answer to the secret question you were asked to set during your account registration process. The minimum withdrawal amount is 1.00 point while the maximum is 10,000 points or 10 BTC. Withdrawals are generally processed within 24 hours.