The Revolution: Patriot’s Fortune slot is produced by Blueprint Gaming. Blueprint Gaming 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. Blueprint Gaming do not always publish the RTP information for their slots in the paytable. However, in this instance they have done, which means we know that the house edge for Revolution: Patriot’s Fortune is 4.6%.
Revolution: Patriot’s Fortune is a 5 reel slot and each reel is 3 symbols high. The game plays out over 20 paylines, playing from left to right.
Theme – The theme of this slot is a fairly complicated one. There are the obvious associations with revolution and in this instance the American flags at the top of reels point out that this is a slot about the American Revolution. So this is a historical slot and it is dealing with a subject that I haven’t seen used in slots before. There is even a feature in the Free Spins section that sees you remove all the royal symbols, an obvious connection to American’s emancipation from the British Empire.
– The “General” symbol is Wild, which means it will substitute for all symbols other than Scatters.
– The “Bugle” symbol is the Scatter. You need to land 3 or more of them anywhere on the reels to trigger the Free Spins.
– If you trigger the Free Spins you will be given 15 Free Spins in total. During the Free Spins, any time a Wild symbol lands on the reels it will expand to fill whichever one it lands on. Additionally, all Royal symbols will be removed from the reels and new symbols will be added.
The theme for Revolution: Patriot’s Fortune is certainly an original idea, but as for the slot itself, there is very little going on here that I would consider to be all that imaginative. You get Free Spins and you get Wilds and there are a few additional features in the Free Spins. I like the Burning Reels, when the Royal symbols are removed, as it ties in so well with the slot’s theme. I don’t think it is the most exciting feature I have seen before but I do like that the developers have tried to make it relevant. The house edge is distinctly higher than I like to see and is enough for me to advise you not to bother with this one.