When you’re looking at a developer or online casino, it’s always good to know where they got their gaming license, as this tells you how strict are the rules that govern their activity, and how serious they are about promoting fairness towards their players. In the case of Blueprint Gaming, I’m happy to report that they have gaming licenses from Alderney and UK, both excellent choices since they’re based in the European Union.
There isn’t a lot of information on the history and accomplishments of Blueprint Gaming, even though the company has been created back in 2001. This UK company became part of Gauselmann Group in 2008, so a decade has passed already since they were acquired. They released quite a few slot machines over the years, and the number looks good particularly because these titles are available in a lot of land-based locations, so they had split priorities and different focuses here.
The last couple of years seem to have been particularly fruitful for Blueprint, as they sped up the rate at which they release new slot games. 2018 is a great example, as even though the year isn’t over yet, Blueprint has already launched 22 new titles, with room for a couple more.
Their most impressive accomplishment recently has been the deal they made with Big Time Gaming, which allows them to use the Megaways system in their slots, a popular ultra-high volatility option which players seem to love. Slots O Gold, Buffalo Rising and Genie Jackpots are the first three slots they launched with this theme.
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As a developer that has a bigger collection of slot machines, 90+ in their case, if there is one thing that you don’t have to worry about with them, is the range of the stories which they’re telling. I found some very interesting themes in that mix, though obviously you still get common ones, such as Irish leprechauns, Ancient Egypt or medieval kingdoms. Going back to the cooler titles, for me those were Jackpoteers: All 4 One (based on the Musketeers), Good Feathers (mafia game with birds), The Goonies (branded title) and Mars Attacks (upcoming slot, sci-fi themed).
Their regular slot machines are on the average side, but a couple of their newer title provide you with very high volatility and have massive potential, so players that are looking for a big score should look out for those. The Megaways system is the one you want, and the slots which use it will mention it in their name.
Before we dive in and check out the details, for now it’s enough to say that Blueprint Gaming has good games to offer, and generally you’re not going to go wrong if you try them out.
Graphics matter more for some players, than they do for others, and depending on which side you’re standing, you will find the Blueprint releases to be either average or excellent. If graphics do matter, then I don’t think you’re likely to be impressed here. It’s not a modern design usually, it uses a lot of Royals, but there are decent looking symbols as well inside. Overall, you’re not likely to step away from one of their games just because it’s not one of the best looking ones around.
The star of the show is currently the Megaways sytem, and the slot machines which use it really do stand out feature wise, as they tend to have other cool options as well. The rest of the games, the regular ones, will feature the wilds, multipliers, scatters, free spins or bonus games that you expect. Sometimes these will be regular features, other times they will expand or do other cool things, but they’re not that unique.
For massive potential, there are three slot machines that I will mention right now, the ones with Megaways. You get two with 15,625 Megaways (Slots O Gold and Genie Jackpots) and another with 117,649 Megaways (Buffalo Rising). If you’d rather not risk everything on the chance at a special feature (those provide the real value inside), then choose one of the regular slots from Blueprint instead.
As for the Return to Player, it’s all over the place, but there are definitely some good ones. Several will even go above 97%, and here we have Fortunes of Sparta and Fortunes of Ra.