Blazing Sevens – Blazing Sevens provides the player with 10 slots to choose from every time they press the spin button, however the thrill of getting extra spins for your money does not compensate for the low volatility of the main game or the 95 percent return to player (RTP).
Blazing Sevens RTP 95.0%
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Review of the Blazing Sevens
Theme and plot of the story
Blazing Sevens is a one-armed bandit game that takes the concept to its logical conclusion. People like the speed and simplicity of old-fashioned one-win-line fruit machines, but they equally adore the many win lines that allow for large multi-line winnings on a single machine.
What is the obvious answer to this problem? The “ten game classic themed slot” from 1×2 Games is the company’s answer. This is a pleasant and basic theme that has been implemented nicely. For more information on how it works, please see the Gameplay portion of this document.
It isn’t referred to be a “classic” for no reason.
Graphics, sounds, and animations are all included.
The visuals are fairly straightforward. Ten single-line, three-reel slots are organized in tidy and polished rows on the three-reel slot machine. The symbols are well rendered with an eye to the fact that the ten game format means each individual game will be rendered incredibly small on the already smaller screen space of browser-based games.
As a result of the smooth movements and precise timing, the victory pattern has some of the beautiful geometry of an old-style airport departures display board, which is particularly appealing.
By default, the music and sound effects are turned off. It is possible to turn them on in order to listen to repetitious background music, which becomes boring rather soon, but the sound effects do an excellent job of building excitement. The music and sound effects are controlled by a single on/off button, which means you can’t pick and choose which ones you want to hear.
To summarize, this is an exceptionally well-designed slot on the front end.
As simple as it may appear, the ten-game format of Blazing Sevens is really rather complex. Instead of playing on a single set of reels with a single set of symbols, you will be playing on 10 different reels, each of which spins and pays out independently.
It is a one-by-three game, with payments only occuring when three of the same symbols appear on the screen simultaneously. In the main game, these may vary from twice your bet per line for Cherries to one hundred times your wager per line for three Orange Sevens, depending on the combination.
It’s a lighthearted take on a straightforward traditional kind of gaming.
Wilds, bonuses, and free spins are all included in this game.
Blazing Sevens has just one bonus, albeit it pushes the boundaries of what a reviewer could consider to be a bonus as opposed to a component of the game’s gameplay.
After hitting three consecutive Sevens, the “Blazing Sevens” mode is activated, which allows you to play for a limited number of spins. Because you are still required to pay a stake for each spin, they are not considered free spins.
When playing in the Blazing Sevens mode, the reels become significantly more volatile, with increased win frequencies and prizes. Exclusively in the Blazing Sevens mode do you have a chance to win one of the massive 420 times jackpots for three yellow sevens, which are only available in this mode (the highest single line payout in the game).
Bet sizes, return on investment (RTI), and variance
The Blazing Sevens mode (for more information, read the section on Bonuses) is a very high volatility slot, in contrast to the main game, which has a relatively low volatility. The frequency with which you use the increased volatility option will determine how volatile the game’s overall volatility will be. Given the low volatility of the basic game, we would suggest avoiding this position if you are intending to use one of our recommended methods. We would also recommend avoiding this slot if you are going to use one of our recommended tactics.
The return to player is also just 95.00 percent, which is a low figure that should be considered a negative mark against Blazing Sevens as a whole.
From a maximum bet size of £/$/€50.00 per spin (which is rather low when compared to other slots) to a minimum bet size of £/$/€0.20 per spin (which was £/$/€0.02 for each individual game of the ten we played), we were pleased with the selection.
Despite being visually appealing and using a nice framework, the poor return on investment (RTI) and minimal volatility make this a difficult game to recommend.
You may find it useful if you just like playing fruit machine-style slots and want to get as many spins as possible out of your time, but for the majority of gamers, it is preferable to search somewhere else instead.