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Released: July 2018
The Robin of Sherwood slots game can be found at Microgaming casinos. Microgaming as a standard now publish the slots house edge information of all their games at any online casino that holds a UKGC license (this is a requirement for all UKGC licensed casinos. As such we can say that the House Edge of Robin of Sherwood is 4.14%. When playing at any venue that does not hold a UKGC license and does not specifically publish the Return to Player information for their game, this information should be used as a guideline only as we cannot confirm whether or not this game is configurable.
Who will you give to once you’ve stolen from the rich?
Robin of Sherwood is a 5 reel game and each reel is 3 symbols high. It does not use standard paylines. Instead three or more matching symbols anywhere on adjacent reels starting from the left side of the reels constitutes a win. This is equivalent to 243 standard paylines.
The ‘Arrows’ symbol is Wild.
There are two bonus features when playing Robin of Sherwood. The first bonus feature can be activated randomly during any spin. At the end of the spin a reel will be selected randomly and all J, Q, K or A symbols on that reel will be converted into Wild symbols.
The second bonus feature is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Target’ symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be awarded 10 free spins. During the free spins every second spin the lowest remaining symbol from J, Q, K and A is replaced on the reels with Wild symbols. These changes persist until the end of the free spins. Free spins cannot be retriggered.
Robin of Sherwood falls very flat as Microgaming slots games go. Aesthetically the game is attractive, but the bonus features are of a rather bland variety offering effectively free spins with increasing volumes of Wild symbols and the House Edge is above the top end of the range most commonly being used in modern slots releases. So this game is charging you more but offers you less in terms of feature originality. Beyond the symbols and graphics the game doesn’t even offer any real tie in to the Robin Hood theme. This isn’t a bad game, we just know that Microgaming can do a lot better.