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      ELK Studios
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      Video Slots
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    Movies and television shows are produced with big actors, big budgets and big bloopers. Mistakes happen during filming all the time, and they're normally cut out of the final version of the production. However, the Bloopers slot by Elk Studios takes advantage of these mishaps to give players a fun slot experience based completely around the production process. With several features and an atypical theme with very solid graphics, this game is strong in all areas.

    Game Format

    The format of this game is very easy to relate to because it's so common. It uses five reels, three rows and 243 paylines, a format that works particularly well on mobile devices because of the proportions of the screen. Players can selection from 12 different bet sizes starting from €0.25 per spin and running up to €100 per spin. Everything is based on bet sizes of 25 coins. It's a very straightforward and easy-to-use way to handle the betting. Additionally, players can choose between multiple betting strategies to have their wagers automatically scale based on wins, losses or a percentage of their remaining bankroll.

    Regular Payouts

    For the following, we're going to assume players are using a bet size of €1.00 per spin. If players use a different bet size per spin, then the wagers will scale accordingly, and Elk Studios (read more) has done a great job with making the pay table as transparent as possible in this regard.

    It all starts out with the actor character, and he'll pay €6.00 for five of a kind. you can also earn €3.00 for four, which is just under the €4.00 payout players get for five of the blonde actress. Five of the scene listing pays €2.40, and five of the movie reel gives players a win worth €1.60. All symbols in this game pay for three of a kind or more.

    There are also payouts for the A, K, Q, J and 10 symbols, all of which are given a visual style that sort of blends together and makes the main symbols stand out. Normally we're not a fan of this kind of thing, but it works out pretty well in Bloopers. Five of the A pays €1.20. Five of either the K or Q pays €0.80, and five of the J or 10 will earn €0.60. The payouts for this game in general are fairly flat, but there are ways to run up some pretty sizable payouts.

    Sticky Wilds and Free Spins

    Players can earn a set of free spins with three of more of the star symbol on the reels. You'll be able to pick up sticky wilds during these free spins whenever the actor or actress appears on the second, third or fourth reels. In addition, players can earn regular wilds on the reels during the regular game as well.


    There are five bloopers available based on five different colors. The blue stunt man gives players expanding wilds, the green cutter earns falling symbols, the pink makeup blooper gives extra free spins, the purple fix-it guy earns symbol shuffles, and the yellow sound tech guy pays with random wilds. These appear at random during the game, but they are also forced into showing up during the free spins, and you can get more than one of them at the same time. They are activated based on different letters from the A, K, Q, J and 10 set, or they can appear at random (and more frequently) during the free spins.


    The Bloopers slot (more here) is a game with an atypical theme and a different way of awarding features. The end result is that there are several different ways to get paid and to get extra payouts, especially during the free spins. The graphics are also outstanding in this game, and the way the features are brought into the overall theme of the game makes a lot of sense, and that's something that we really like to see.

    Our only complaint about this game is that the mobile-optimized interface can be a little tricky to figure out at first when using a mouse. That's a minor issue that most players will figure out in just a few moments, but it would be nice for Elk Studios to put up some kind of indicator of how to play and access the menus that was more intuitive for players who are getting in on the action from a computer.

    By Jesse Eddleman