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Dare to venture into the castle of Baron Bloodmore in new Thunderkick instalment, Baron Bloodmore and the Crimson Castle, but don’t expect a warm welcome from the deceitful looking Vampire if you do.
Thunderkick are on to new things after the recent release of their recent instalments Big Fin Bay and Crystal Quest Frostlands, and before that we had plenty to keep us occupied through their captivating and infamous Beat the Beast series of games.
Thunderkick rarely fail to disappoint, games like Riders of the Storm may be old now in hindsight, but it’s still one of the most popular games around today due to it’s immense potential and playability.
Can Baron Bloodmore and the Crimson Castle continue Thunderkick’s streak of successful and popular releases?
Let’s head into the chateau of the Vampire and find out
Baron Bloodmore and the Crimson Castle has the gothic theme that you’d expect from a game with a vampire theme.
In the background, you’ll see the windows of the castle with the subtle light of a blood red sky seeping through them, and in the foreground you’ll notice the gothic style reel and symbols like werewolves, gargoyles and vampires.
Thunderkick always do an incredible job in capturing the essence of the theme they’ve gone for, and Baron Bloodmore is no different.
Betting options in Baron Bloodmore and the Crimson Castle are as broad as any other Thunderkick Game, with options as low as £/€0.10 per spin and as high as £/€100 per spin.
Thunderkick regularly cater to all types of different players, so there won’t be any complaints in regards to the stake options available in Baron Bloodmore.
Baron Bloodmore himself is the highest symbol in the game, and he’s followed by a Gargoyle, a Werewolf and a Raven
Lower paying symbols are represented by A, K, Q & J, and the Female Vampire acts as a Wild Symbol.
Baron Bloodmore and the Crimson Castle is a 5-reel Slot with 25 set pay lines.
In order to form a win, you’ll need at least 3 symbols to match from left to right, starting from the left-most reel.
Thunderkick games generally have pretty decent pay outs for connecting high paying symbols all the way across, and Baron Bloodmore is inclusive in that group of games.
But even more exciting than that is the multitude of different features available in Baron Bloodmore, with the first of which being the massive Mystery Symbol
The Massive Mystery Symbol is a 3×3 Symbol that will randomly transform into any symbol except for the Scatter.
In the Base Game, The Massive Mystery Symbol may randomly occur on any spin on reels 2, 3 or 4.
3 or more Scatters landing anywhere in view trigger the Free Spins in Baron Bloodmore and the Crimson Castle.
In the Free Spins mode, the Massive Mystery Symbol is triggered on every spin.
Baron Bloodmore and the Crimson Castle also has an extra Bonus Game in the form of the Crimson Cash Bonus Feature.
3 or more Cash Scatter symbols are needed to trigger this feature, and 3 Spins are awarded.
The Triggering Cash Scatter Symbols will persist until the remainder of the round, and in this mode there are special symbols in play
Symbols in this mode have bet multipliers, with a starting calue between 1x and 500x. Every time a symbol lands, the number of spins will be reset back to 3.
This mode has a kind of Money Train 2 vibe to it, and lots of special symbols can be the difference between a great and a terrible bonus.
Baron Bloodmore and the Crimson Castle certainly grabs your attention from the get go, with a compelling and dark vampire theme.
The Slot is straightforward and easy to understand, which will resonate well with those who shun some of the overly complex and confusing features seen within a lot of newer games today. Although humble in terms of features, Baron Bloodmore and the Crimson Castle has some formidable statistics.
The RTP sits at a respectable 96.15%, and the maximum win capabilities are huge with a max ceiling of 25,000x.
The Crystal Quest series while imaginative failed to grab a lot of attention, and the 3 games released within the series were too similar. With Baron Bloodmore, Thunderkick have decided to go something very far removed from the Crystal Quest series, returning to a more familiar Thunderkick format that makes games like Beat the Beast and Riders of the Storm so popular.
This along with the Money Train 2 Cash Bonus Feature makes Baron Bloodmore a bit more diverse, and as a result a lot more exciting.
Overall, Baron Bloodmore doesn’t really bring anything particularly groundbreaking to the table, it’s not like we haven’t seen similar features elsewhere, but what it does bring is a trusty looking game with capabilities that’d turn even a vampire pale.
Solid statistics and a great win potential makes Baron Bloodmore and the Crimson Castle a very viable option for those with an affinity for Thunderkick Slots