Players Can Plunder Casinos With Blueprint Gaming's New Pirate's Frenzy SlotPublished February 29, 2020 by Arthur M
The Pirates' Frenzy slot from Blueprint Gaming takes players on a high seas adventure at online and mobile casinos.
Pirate's Frenzy is a new slot from Blueprint Gaming where players can activate a sixth reel for the chance to claim more plunder. This 10-line game features a valuable free spins round, where a wild pirate captain appears.
Set Sail With Pirate's Frenzy
Compatible with desktop and mobile platforms, the Pirate's Frenzy slot machine sets the reels on a tropical beach, where a motley crew of bandits has buried their treasure. Symbols on the reels include high card icons, gold coins, bottles of rum, and a colourful parrot in a pirate's hat.
Players can stake from 0.20 to 100.00 per spin, or activate a Power Play Bet feature. This doubles the stake but brings a sixth reel into play, which can boost payouts.
The pirate ship is a scatter symbol. Land this vessel in 3, 4, 5, or 6 places at once to trigger 10, 15, 20, or 50 free spins. During the bonus games, the captain makes an appearance as the wild symbol, acting as others if he can complete winning combinations. To help out even further, this generous pirate scoops up random bags of coins, adding to a players' haul.
High Adventure On The High Seas
The Pirate's Frenzy slot has a maximum jackpot of 4,000x the total stake. It comes with an average payback percentage of 96.12%. This is the first Blueprint Gaming slot to feature the Power Play Bet option, where six of a kind wins are possible, and it joins recent releases such as Sweet Success Mageways and Scribes of Thebes in their range.
Jo Purvis, Director of Marketing and Relationships at Blueprint Gaming, said: “Aaarrrr you ready for an adventure as we set sail to discover hidden treasure in our newest game release, Pirates’ Frenzy? The new Power Play Bet feature means players can raise the stakes and activate an extra reel to ensure there are more ways of discovering gold coins and free spins.''