Due to their high variance nature, Blueprint games are not for the faint-hearted. As a matter of fact, the high variance is just one of the reasons why the Blueprint titles are unsuitable for players nurturing a small bankroll.
The main game of some Blueprint titles is so packed with features that even if you do not trigger a bonus round, you may rest assured you will walk away with a decent win.
The Blueprint games that have plenty of extra features in the main game have a low bonus hit frequency, though. The bonus rounds is where the magic happens, but we consider it relevant to mention that during our tests, the majority of slots were quite bonus trigger unfriendly, for the lack of a better word. So, if you have eyed a Blueprint game, capable of dishing out mind-boggling payouts, arm yourself with some patience and don’t underestimate the careful bankroll management.
As far as the entertaining aspect is concerned, the Blueprint games are in the two ends of the spectrum. They are either extremely simple or visually stunning, packed with random features to keep you on the edge of your seat for hours on end.
Blueprint Megaways Slots
The Megaways craze is at its peak and Blueprint is one of the game suppliers severely affected by it. Back in 2018, Blueprint acquired a Big Time Gaming license, which enabled it to produce slots, featuring the Megaways mechanics. And it was quick to add several successful Megaways slots to its portfolio.
On the downside, the mass production of Megaways slots has already influenced the gameplay and the design. The Megaways slots are getting more and more difficult to differentiate from one another, but avid fans play them anyway.