Trail Blazer is a December 2019 suburbia-inspired Internet casino game made by Northern Lights Gaming. Themes: recreation activity, way marking, adventure trail, wealth, gold, jewelry, and playing card values. Other games from Northern Lights Gaming are: All Star Knockout (February 2020), Niagara Falls (May 2019), Blast Off (March 2019), Electric Wilds (September 2018), Rocky’s Gold (October 2018), Aurora (March 2020), and 100 Fortunes (February 2020).
The rival games of Trail Blazer include: Sugar Trail (July 2014) from Quickspin, The Belt & Road (November 2018) from Vela Gaming, and Jackpot Builders (May 2017) from Wazdan. One symbol (“TB”) symbol requires two, three, four, or five winning combinations. Six symbols (jewelry, wad of notes alongside gold bars, A, K, Q, and J) require three, four, or five winning combinations.
Trail Blazer Game Characteristics
Trail Blazer has a translucent gold-framed slate gray 5X3 grid that is embedded on a residential street, next to a zebra crossing; two sets of fixed paylines, eleven symbols, ten total bets, two bonus games, multipliers, re-spins and free games, and the regular dynamic payouts are between $0.02 and $300.
After the Trail Blazer software loads, its starting page shows its four best features, namely: a feature trail wherein the numbered symbols are added; the free spins-related wheel of fortune; a bonus in nearly each spin; and boosted bonuses. The players are prompted to “click anywhere to continue” to the interface.
Trail Blazer has four special symbols and seven ordinary symbols. Special symbols: the substitute is a blazing “wild”; the re-spin is associated with the glowing sun behind white rainy clouds; the bonus-prolonging glowing sun; and the bonus-ending rainy clouds.
The ordinary symbols: “TB” feature consisting of golden sunrays behind white wings and bejeweled wheat straws; jewelry comprising of a red jewelry box, diamond, silver and golden rings, and a ruby necklace; three green wads of notes alongside stacked gold bars; a red-and-white “A” trail marker; a blue-and-white “K” trail marker; a green-and-white “Q” trail marker; and an orange-and-white “J” trail marker.
The Trail Blazer stakes: $0.10, $0.20, $0.30, $0.50, $1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $5.00, $10.00, and $20.00. In the regular game, the Trail Blazers players use ten fixed paylines, while the free spins-related bonus has 20 fixed paylines.
The following Trail Blazer payouts are based on the $20.00 total bet. Two, three, four, and five “TB” features pay $4.00, $60.00, $100.00, and $300.00. Three, four, and five winning combinations: jewelry pays $40.00, $80.00, and $160.00; wad of notes alongside gold bars pay $30.00, $60.00, and $120.00; A, or K pays $20.00, $40.00, and $60.00; and Q, or J pays $10.00, $20.00, and $30.00.
The bonus games are called blow away bonus and boost bonus. The blow away bonus is named after the wind-blown symbols whose replacement progressively create new winning combinations that are then locked. The boost bonus features a zebra crossing-inspired bonus selector (has eight segments) whose fourth segment is marked “boost”, eighth segment is marked “bonus”, and has enhanced chances that fast-track the free spins.
The free spins-related red-and-golden wheel of fortune is marked “rim of fire” and “scorching hot”. If the marker points at the “rim of fire”, the players get eight free games; “scorching hot” is associated with random multipliers. Trail Blazer’s non-progressive jackpot is X57000, which (20.00X57000) is $1,140,000.00.
The Trail Blazer software is good whose features include game history and a choice of 25, 50, 75, and 100 autoplay rounds with preset single win limits and loss limits. The animated 3D graphics include the spinning “trail held”, lit segmented zebra crossing, and wind bow effect. The theme song is Los McCroskey 2002 track “Accompaniment for Song #15”.
Luck in Trail Blazer
Trail Blazer is a game of chance by virtue of using a random number generator; its RTP rate is 96.05% and house edge is 3.95%.