Blazing Star plays with only 5 fixed paylines, with no options for changing the number of paylines, except for changing the bet size, which incidentally starts at a low 0.05 EUR bet per spin. Nothing special or extraordinary with that - it was just the standard 0.01 EUR value per payline, but it does make playing the game very affordable and cheaply too. However, what I don't like is the appearance of the game itself. The graphics are of standard quality found 10 years ago, or even more, and the overall appearance isn't pleasing at all. Maybe this is a very old Merkur game, I really don't know.
Blazing Star is also a straightforward fruit game, with no Wild, Scatter or Bonus symbols, meaning, no doubling of wins, no free spins and no bonus game. Some players may like this type of basic game, but I really doubt if many players would like it, or even play it. I wouldn't too, to be very honest, but I played it one time just for knowing it and for trying it out sake. If the game plays very well, I might give it more plays later on. If it doesn't, my deep freezer is waiting, hahaha.
The Star, the only odd icon in the game, is the highest paying symbol, paying 1000x the bet for getting 5 of them. The Grapes and the Watermelon follows next at 200x, the Plum, the Lemon and the Orange at 50x each, and the Cherries at 40x, all per bet amount for getting 5 of each kind. Well, a 1000x bet win does sound good, doesn't it? Win 1000 EUR for a 1 EUR bet, or a 50 EUR win for a small 0.05 EUR bet. Hmm, it does look good, but don't expect to get it easily though. In my session of play, I could only get a 3-Star win once. At all the other times, that Star was all over the place! Hahaha.