Robin of Sherwood

Robin Hood and his band of men has been told and retold many times over the year, be it movies or TV Series. It has also been the theme for quite a few online slots over the years. Rabcat, the gaming giant has revisited the fairy tale with its own version; Robin of Sherwood. How the slot fares among other online slots of the same theme remain to be seen.

Join Robin of Sherwood in his stealing adventure

Robin of Sherwood online slot, based on the famous outlaw Robin hood features five reels and 243 ways to win. It has done away with the classic paylines and follows the latest innovation in online slots, the “ways to win”. There is nothing to say about the graphics except little animations when winnings and moving leaves. The online slot is set on grassy land with a castle at a distance.

The symbols include those relevant to the slot like the Robin Hood, Guinevere, Friar, the Sheriff, arrow, the King and the target practice. These are the high paying symbols while the K, Q, J and A from a deck of cards form the low paying symbols. The low-value symbols are pictured as flags which go along with the theme.

The wild in Robin of Sherwood can replace with other symbols and can complete winning combinations which increases your chances of winning. However, it cannot replace the scatter.

Bonus Features

Wild Turning Feature

The Wild Turning Feature is triggered randomly in Robin of Sherwood and when it is triggered it can lead you to big winnings. The royal symbols K, Q, J and A in any reel turns to wild at random. The winnings are then calculated along with the wilds.

Free Spins Feature

Three or more scatters on the reels initiate the bonus feature which awards 10 free spins. Along with it, the Royal Clearing feature is also activated where the low paying symbols would be eliminated after Robin Hood has a showdown with the sheriff.

To Sum up

Robin of Sherwood is a visual treat with a sound effect to match even though it is pretty simple compared to the video slots released off late. The animations and the graphics are subtle and don’t shout out loud. Overall, it is worth a visit once.