The beginning of Rock N’ Roll took place in the United States in the mid-50s with the likes of Sam Cooke, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Fats Domino, James Brown among others.
Being a music full of blues and country it had several detractors and lovers, they basically set the beginning of a music that will change history forever. One of these incredible musicians was Jiles Perry Richardson, also known as The Big Bopper and he is the main inspiration of the newest Realtime Gaming slot after the success of The Three Stooges saga they’re ready to bring the past back to life.
You don’t need to love Rock N’ Roll to love this game this is only the pretext to make a trip to the 50s and visit the dance floor. Perhaps you don’t like to dance but with this music is impossible not to shake your head and move your hips.
This title is full of iconic symbols of the era like the Hello Baby record, an old fashioned microphone, an acoustic guitar, a vintage radio and the pictures of this rock icon. Plug in your headphones because you’re going to hear all of The Big Bopper’s biggest hits and trust me they’re the perfect companion to play an online slot machine.
What We Love
The layout is done perfectly. It really resembles the 1950 vibe they were planning to do. The selection of symbols is flawless and the fact that Jiles Perry Richardson is in black and white is the icing of the cake in terms of visual graphics. The music is incredible (even if you’re not a fan, you’ve got to give the man a little bit of credit for starting a musical revolution) and it really helps you be in the mood of gambling.
All of the features are Rock N’ Roll related. You will love “Chantilly Lace”, his most important single, because it will mean money. If he starts singing his number one hit you enter a mode where you can win up to 20x your line bet. That’s a very good multiplier but that’s not it, if he continues to sing you can get prizes up to 250x your beat. Insane!
The same as Eternal Love and The Nice list this title counts with All Ways Pay feature, so don’t you worry about the number of pay-lines. This game gives you up to 729 possible combinations. Yes, it isn’t a typo I said seven hundred twenty-nine possible combinations.
What We Don’t Love
It is intended to be a classic version but it rest heavily in their multipliers. It doesn’t have a progressive jackpot to encourage the high rollers and it doesn’t have a more interactive feature for the adrenaline junkies. It settles in a warm middle of doing things right. It doesn’t have a free spin mode and the music (if you’re not a fan) is perhaps a little bit too repetitive.
I have to tell you. The music had me right from the start and the time they put into the making of the layout is really well appreciated. Is not the game of the century, perhaps it isn’t even the game of the month but as The Big Bopper it has a special vibe that left us wanting for more.
Remember that he died with Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens in a tragic airplane crash. Some people say this was the day the music died. It is important to pay tribute to figures like him and I’m really grateful for this game. Even to play for a while or to start in this gambling world, it is a good choice.