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About the Company
BB Games LTD is an online casino slot-maker founded in 2018. The Tideswell, England-based company was founded by two brothers - Jason and Sam Bradbury.
The firm has been somewhat aggressive in getting its unique games noticed by distributors, and has announced deals with several well-known providers.
GAMEIOM, Kalamba, Leander, and GVC Games have all taken the studio's games onto their distribution platforms, giving the team a multi-continental deployment footprint.
Their work is so attention-grabbing that Gauselmann Group's UK-based Blueprint Gaming offered them the inaugural berth on their third-party developer program. The collaboration also sees the two companies developing games together for Blueprint's ever-expanding markets served by their remote game servers.
The Brothers Bradbury each bring their own unique skills to the ventures as content and development experience is partnered with finance and sales.
Jason Bradbury started his career in gaming in 2001 at Inspired Gaming Group. He then went on to manage game development at Will Hill and later to produce games at GVC while working with their in-house development teams and 3rd party labs and studios.
Finally, in May 2018, the BB (Bradbury and Bradbury) Games company was launched, and the rest, as they say, is history in the making.
The developer's roadmap includes plans to release new games at a rate of 4-6 per year. However, the hookup with Blueprint may accelerate that.
GAMEIOM 2018: Their first partnership saw the planned creation of a multichannel table game. We haven't been able to locate it in deployment but it may have been released as a bespoke game for another provider.
Kalamba 2018: BB Games showcases their curb appeal to players with creative vision and state-of-the-art graphics and sounds while Kalamba handles the backend.
Leander 2019: The Leander LeGa RGS (remote game server) delivers BB Games' content such as Ying & Yang with a duel reelset.
GVC 2020: Four game package of slots to be released exclusively through GVC before deployment over other platforms.
Blueprint 2020: Blueprint continues its explosive strategy of teaming up with 3rd party developers and enhancing acquisitions.
While the team's headquarters is in the UK, the games are created in phases and stages all around the world. This multicultural workforce exhibits multi-disciplinary talents that all come together in a single title at a time.
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Software and Games
The first game we sampled was delivered over Oryx Gaming servers in HTML5 for play in any web browser. It was co-branded with Kalamba Games on the splash screen.
The games seem to be designed with a "mobile-first" approach, which is fine. HTML5 allows the game delivery to be optimized for any device, screen resolution, or orientation.
As the game loaded it was evident that we were not looking at some out-of-the-box, cookie-cutter 5x3 slots game.
Features include Missions Multipliers and Free Spins.
The game has 6 reels with reel positions increasing every other column from left to right as such 2,2 - 4,4 - 6, 6 resulting in 60 paylines.
Stacks of wild multipliers can appear on any reel. Matches are few and far between with most of them providing small payouts, indicating a medium-high to high volatility.
Bet levels range from 0.60 to 120.00 per spin.
Above the first set of reels is the "Missions" display which tracks the number of bets made at a certain bet level. The levels are held so it's okay to change the bet size, you won't lose progress.
You can also select a new or saved mission without losing progress. The mission goals include how many spins are needed to accomplish it as well as the max amount that can be won - from 50x bet to 1000x bet.
Completing one mission simply returns you to the start of that mission to collect the needed multipliers. Each level/mission has its own "sum of multipliers" potential awards.
Three or more bonus symbols will trigger bonus spins with the reelset reversed right to left.
Bonus spins are not deducted from the total number of spins needed to complete a mission.
The RTP can vary from 95.44% to 97.13%.
We tried hard to find something we liked about the game but came up short in the quest until the bonus spins were triggered and it showed some real potential with extra spins and increased random wilds with multipliers.
Ying & Yang - The link from the developer's page took us to an affiliate site where the free game loaded over Leander's LeGa RGS. The game appears to have been created for BB by Primecraft Games out of India.
This game has two reel sets inspired by the Ying/Yang symbol. Each set had three reels and three visible rows of symbols with five paylines.
Reel modifiers, bonus spins, and sticky wilds are the game's main features.
During the base game, each reel set operates independently, registering 3 reel wins.
Much like the previous game the paytable images and text don't do a great job of explaining what's going on. However, enough playtime solves that and it's quite simple, yet exciting.
To launch free games you need to see the same number of yin or yang symbols on each reelset.
All six reels become merged and active (3x6). The bonus symbols become sticky wilds and remain in position.
Reel modifiers come into play when you see the dragon emerge between the two sets of reels. Lucky spins with extra high-paying symbols, Fire wilds with extra wilds on each reel set, bonus symbols spewed onto both sets of reels, and the joined reels spin.
The Final Analysis
BB Games LTD has shown they can think well out of the box when creating or synthesizing new mechanics. We’ll revisit Wild Mine another time with a less critical eye and plenty of time to sink into the feel of the game. Our current favorite is Yin & Yang.
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