Blueprint Gaming new games
Now part of Germany’s Gauselmann Group, Blueprint Gaming has grown to develop plenty of new games for desktop and mobile, as well as more than 100,000 land-based casinos.
These guys aren’t about quantity of games, but rather quality. You won’t see Blueprint Gaming releasing a set number of games each month (like some of the bigger providers do) – instead they’ll work hard to make sure a slot is perfect before it’s launched. With that said, we often see a Blueprint Gaming slot or two in our upcoming releases, so there’s generally always something to look forward to.
Why play Blueprint Gaming slots?
One of the notable features present in Blueprint Gaming’s folio is the Megaways mechanism. Blueprint Gaming were actually the first licensee to sign and use this feature, and it quickly became a popular addition to their slots. Megaways was developed by Big Time Gaming in Australia, and is a random reel modifier that can increase the number of symbols to give you more chances of winning.
Along with Megaways, Blueprint Gaming is also known for their fun slot themes and branding. They’ve got loads of familiar titles that are licensed by popular films and TV series, along with a huge variety of themes to choose from. It’s great to see a developer put the fun and entertainment back into casino, and with Blueprint Gaming you’re definitely spoilt for choice.
Blueprint Gaming slots and video slots
The thing we love about Blueprint Gaming slots and video slots is that they’re all completely unique in the theme, look and feel. There are loads of fun themes to choose from and plenty of branded slots too, so the common theme would almost be that they’re all entertaining. The only exception to the uniqueness rule would be that Blueprint Gaming has re-released some of their popular slots with the addition of the Megaways mechanism.
High volatility is often a factor in Blueprint Gaming slots, and therefore many players who prefer higher stakes and higher payouts will be fans. They do, however, also cater to players of all preferences, and offer several low to medium volatility slots in their folio.
Blueprint Gaming jackpot games
There are a bunch of games on the Jackpot King progressive jackpot network, which is great news if you love a good jackpot slot. These jackpots don’t compare to the iconic slots like Hall of Gods or Mega Fortune, but they’re definitely still worth taking for a spin.
Some great Blueprint Gaming jackpot slots to check out are King Spin Deluxe and Pots O’Riches, both of which could award you the Jackpot King jackpot. These are both medium to high in volatility, so hitting the jackpot won’t happen often, but it could well be worth the wait.
Currently, Blueprint Gaming focusses all their energy on slot games – and we think they do that pretty well. They don’t offer traditional table games at the moment, but it could be interesting to see how these games functioned if they change their strategy in future.
Again, Blueprint Gaming doesn’t offer games other than slots, so you won’t find live casino games under their name.
Best Blueprint Gaming slots
Blueprint Gaming has been pumping out quality slots for years now, so it wasn’t so easy to pick out just a few to name. But we’ve had the discussion here at JohnSlots and voted on our top three. Here’s a quick look at our favourite top slots.
Beavis and Butt-Head
We loved the iconic and moronic ‘90s cartoon, so it was natural for us to love the slot too. And just as the animated comedy was forever entertaining, Blueprint Gaming’s slot is packed with eight reel modifiers and six bonus features to keep it on par. There are also top prizes of 10,000x your stake up for grabs, so if you’re not too offended by non-PC jokes, we recommend taking this for a spin.
Genie Jackpots Megaways
This popular Megaways slot is a perfect example of Blueprint Gaming’s amazing design skills, since the graphics are nothing short of stunning. There’s more to Genie Jackpots Megaways than its looks though, and with up to 15,625 ways to win (thanks to the Megaways mechanism), free spins, bonus bets and more, you’ll definitely want to venture into the Arabian cave in search of treasure.
This is Spinal Tap
We’ve seen quite a lot of slots launched that are based on heavy metal bands… and Blueprint Gaming’s This is Spinal Tap kind of fits into that category, but also kind of doesn’t. It is of course based on the mockumentary of a fictitious British heavy metal band from the ‘80s… and it’s a killer slot in itself. Free spins, pick and click features, bonus rounds and more – there’s plenty to love in a slot that goes up to 11.