Welcome to The Stash from Blueprint Gaming, a world of big guns, big attitudes, and, hopefully, big payouts. Welcome to the streets, in other words, the mean streets, where the ends justify the means, or so the saying goes. At least, it’s fun to play make-believe cops and robbers; not so cool in real life. Lucky then, that this is online gambling, where players can indulge their inner gangster fantasies from the comfort of their living room in games like The Stash, which not only looks the biz but lays out in thick in terms of entertaining gaming. On the subject of looks, The Stash has a part cartoon, part realistic, part Art Deco mish-mash going on that creates a modern graphic novel sort of feel. Its base game takes place somewhere urban, a place of opportunity for those with the gumption to take advantage and seize opportunities. Sorry, we might slip in and out of character as the review progresses. Actually, part of the game’s logo is a silhouette of iconic landmarks from the London skyline, so it appears as if the UK is the location. Players move ever deeper into the heart of the action, getting the chance to possibly lay their hands on a bit of stash when The Stash shifts to either or both of its bonus rounds, as will soon be made clear.