The Balitmore Drop slots game is produced by Endemol. Endemol are one of the smaller slot development companies on the market at the moment and do not offer their own casino platform. Instead they lease their games out to casinos using other platforms. Endemol do not publish their slots house edge information. However some casinos offering their games do publish this information. When playing Baltimore Drop at a casino that does not publish this information, the figures in this review should be treated as a guideline only – we cannot confirm whether this game is configurable.
A variation on a pinball machine, you receive prizes for the different routes the balls take.
Baltimore Drop isn’t technically a slots game but what’s usually listed as a Casual game. You are displayed a pinball style machine where the balls come in from the top of the machine. There is a pyramid of pins, each with odds attached and a series of holes at the bottom of the machine again with odds attached. Place bets on the pins you think your ball will hit and the hole you think it will fall through. You can wager up to 100 balls at a time.
Not the most involved of games, but interesting enough if you fancy something a little different.
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