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Robin Hood

RTP: 93.4%
Software: OpenBet

Robin Hood Review

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The Robin Hood slots game was produced by the OpenBet slots design company and is leased out by casinos using many different primary casino platforms. As a standard OpenBet do not include the house edge information of their slots games, however some casino do list this information in the game help files. It is not clear whether their games are configurable and as such you should treat the information in this review as a guideline only when playing at a casino that does not explicitly state the house edge they use.

Help Robin evade the Sherriff’s men and save Maid Marion.

This is a 5 reel game with 20 paylines and you can bet one coin on each payline.

The ‘Sherriff’ symbol is wild and automatically multiplies the payout of any win it contributes to by 2, 5 or 10. The Sherriff symbol also counts as the ‘Robin Hood’ bonus symbol.

There are two bonus features when playing Robin Hood. The first is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Knight’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be taken to a new screen showing 15 boxes. Click on the boxes one at a time to reveal complimentary spins and multipliers. When you uncover the ‘Begin Complimentary Spins’ box you are taken back to the reels to complete your complimentary spins.

The second bonus feature is activated when you receive 3 or more of the Robin Hood bonus symbols on a reel starting from reel 1. When this happens you will be taken to a new screen showing Robin Hood and three archery targets. Select a target for Robin to shoot at – if he hits the target, the Sherriff or a bird you win a prize and can take another shot, if he misses the bonus feature ends.

Closing Thoughts

One of the worst slots games we’ve ever encountered, there are two far more damaging aspects to Robin Hood than the high house edge. Firstly, every single win combination has an animation to go with it and you cannot click through these. That means that every time you win anything you have to sit through the animation and worse than this, if you win on multiple lines you will have to sit through the animation for each winning payline before you can play the next spin. Secondly, with every win you are offered the choice to gamble your win, however unlike other slots games pressing the spin button doesn’t bypass this option – you actually have to press the Collect button after every single win. This game has not been designed with the player in mind.

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