Control board of the game has been optimized for use on mobile devices, but it is also available in web version though retaining its original format; the structure of the grid is 5 x 3 reels and this time Elk Studios has set up a number of paylines of 243, and for each turn the player must pay a total bet of 100 credits, but still, the game is quite affordable for low rollers too because the minimum total bet is $0.25, which means that minimum credit value accepted is $0.0025; on the other hand, the maximum total bet is $100, which indicates that the game is also very well suited to high rollers.
The game is quite fun, especially because rounds of free games are totally dynamic and exciting, this due basically to two reasons, the number of spins is undefined and Bloopers constantly intervene to enhance our profits. There are 5 Bloopers of different colors and 4 of them do their job during free spins either rearranging symbols to help to form new combinations, adding spins to our round, expanding wilds or allowing new symbols to fall generating thus new hits. The only Blooper that makes his entrance during the base game is the yellow one called “Sound Tech” and he is responsible for converting one or several symbols into wilds and, in my opinion, this is one of the features with the greatest potential to create “big wins” since through it I got some payout of about 50x my total bet and some others of smaller amount.
I think I came away with a good general impression of this game, mainly by finding it supremely funny; regarding the economic part I would say “Bloopers” is a game of medium risk because, frankly speaking, I could never get a boost strong enough to allow me to have a sustainable advantage, but neither had a bad streak that could be considered irrecoverable; despite this, I think this is a slot not to be missed.