Denmark is famous for historical amusement parks, so Blueprint Gaming has decided to pay their homage to the world's second-oldest amusement park, that goes by the name of Tivoli. This park has been providing entertainment from the year 1843 to this day, so hopefully, its slot counterpart can bring some of that joy as well. Hop in the rollercoaster, time for some Tivoli fun.
Tivoli Garden amusement park is one of the top destinations in Denmark, so Blueprint Gaming will try to put their emphasis on Danish and Scandinavian markets with this release. Blueprint Gaming have put the Tivoli slot under the Fishin' Frenzy ''family tree'' so you could expect some similarities between these two. A lot of the information is still unpublished, so take this first look review with a grain of salt.
Tivoli Slot Review
Design and Payouts
Tivoli Gardens is a grand place, full of wonders and beautiful constructions, although it seems like the same thing cannot be said about the Tivoli slot visuals, there is a reason for that. Blueprint Gaming have gone with a more subtle style, mimicking the Tivoli Gardens official website. Even the Ticket collector mascot is the same. Blueprint Gaming have done a clever job, so big props for that. Although quite simple, the graphics are appealing, with the beautiful light effects making a strong contribution.
Tivoli slot symbols are very classy. Low symbols are made up from 10, J, Q, K and A. High paying symbols, of course, are more detailed, we have a Ferris Wheel, Rollercoaster, Tickets, Dodgems and a Skyride. We have seen some amusement park themed slots before, most notable the Play'n GO release of Golden Ticket, but none of them have really focused strictly on a real-life place, so a step in this directions definitely makes Tivoli slot stand out.
Payouts are partially still shrouded in mystery, but from what's available, Tivoli slot comes with 5 reels and 10 paylines, which is a very standard game model, so no headliners here. Blueprint Gaming have stated the volatility as a medium, for a carnival-themed slot, that makes sense, as it should be a more laid back type of slot, instead of going crazy with a high volatility setting. This is just an assumption, but for now, it seems like Tivoli slot is not going to stand out for amazing payouts and stats, instead, it is going to serve as an entertainment choice, same as a real amusement park. We surely might be proven otherwise, so stay tuned for that. Tivoli RTP is 96.12%, again, a good average rating.
We are also not steering too far from the regular with the Tivoli bonus game. The main objective is to land at least 3 scatters. The famous illuminated entrance is replicated as the scatter symbol. Three scatters will award 10 Free Spins, 4 will award 15 and 5 scatters will award 20 Free Spins. During the bonus game, there are two symbols that you should look out for – Tickets and Ticket Collector. Tickets come with 4 different values – 5x, 10x, 25x and 50x. Ticket Collector is the symbol that, you guessed it, collects the tickets that are present on the reels. This sort of bonus feature has been quite popular amongst the players, so most likely Tivoli bonus will take a fond place in someone's heart.
Blueprint Gaming is known to release some bangers from time to time, but it is a question if Tivoli slot is going to be one of them. This is will become clearer once the actual release comes upon us, meanwhile, we like what we see. Tivoli seems like a regular 5 reel slot machine, but the unique setting makes it stand out in a positive way. For those who have been to the amusement park in real life, the Tivoli slot will be a pleasant reminder of the good times that you had. This casino rollercoaster is open for business, so don't be shy to join the fun.
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