In the online casino world, branded slots are highly successful. Some of the most popular branded online slots are in the Marvel Superhero series, designed by Cryptologic and PlayTech. Each developer approaches the Marvel world from a different perspective but both sets of games present players with quality gameplay, progressive jackpots and impressive graphics.
Cryptologic was the first online gambling operator to license Marvel’s superheroes, creating a set of multi-level progressive jackpot games. Each game in the series is based on a popular comic book character, including The Hulk, Blade, Captain America, The Punisher, Silver Surfer, X-Men, The Fantastic Four, Spiderman, Thor and Wolverine. The design of these games is based more on comic book graphics, and they do a great job of making players feel they are flipping through the pages of a graphic novel while they spin the reels.
Each game in Cryptologic’s Marvel series is linked to the Hero progressive jackpot network. There are three levels: Marvel Hero, Super Hero and Hero. Marvel Hero is the most generous of the three, awarding an average jackpot of more than $15 000 which pays out on a daily basis. RTP Live The Super Hero jackpot resets at $700 and awards players with an average jackpot of $1500 at least five times a day. The Hero jackpot is the smallest prize, which seeds at $70 and offers up jackpots worth more than $100 several times per hour.
The PlayTech series of Marvel Superhero slots was launched a few years after Cryptologic’s collection, so the games are somewhat more advanced. As such, the graphics in this set of games are based on Marvel films, featuring 3D graphics and cinematic images. The online slots in this particular series are based on characters such as: Blade, Iron Man, Spiderman, The Fantastic Four, Elektra, Daredevil and The Hulk.
PlayTech’s Marvel Superhero games are linked to the Marvel Mystery jackpot, which contains three levels: Ultimate Power, Super Power, Extra Power and Power. Ultimate Power is the largest jackpot in the network. It pays out less frequently than Cryptologic’s Marvel Hero but the prizes are much more generous. It pays out an average prize of $800 000 every 3 months. The Super Power and Extra Power jackpots pay out average prizes worth $30 000 and $1500, respectively.