The tale of the notorious thief gets an avian twist, as these little wild birdies flock together in the Robin Hood Prince of Tweets mobile slot.
We usually start our mobile slots reviews telling you if this is an original or a copy.
Technically, Robin Hood Prince of Tweets is basically a copy of the Miss Midas slot machine, but honestly, so few people have played that game, it doesn’t matter which you start with.
That said, the original was under appreciated, and hopefully this bright new, yet familiar, slot theme will help make a few people wake up to a brilliant little game.
The Robin Hood Prince of Tweets slot is one of NextGen’s many ‘superbet’ slots, which for a small betting increase, you get additional features added to the game.
Here, you get to choose which symbols the wild spreads across the machine. Specifically, when a wild lands, it will turn any of the touching higher paying symbols into more wilds.
Which one depends on how high the superbet option you go, and how much you are willing to pay.
The free spins is where things get really interesting, as whilst in the base game the symbols only spread if they are directly touching the original landing wild, during the free spins these wilds will keep spreading till no more symbols can be turned into wilds.
The major drawback to this is that you’ll need to go max superbet to get that rush of seeing an entire screen full of wilds.
Which means increasing the minimum bet from 0.20 to 1 a spin. Playing for less than 0.50 isn’t worth it, as the return to player rate increases with each superbet option in this Robin Hood Prince of Tweet slot game.
That said, you are playing 40 paylines for as little as 0.20 a spin, so they have reduced the amount to spin considerably to make it more accessible to all.
Whilst it might seem counter productive to play a slot game that turns all the high paying symbols into wilds, leaving nothing but Ace to 10 symbols on screen, when you get a screen full of wilds, you don’t really care.
It has more payline than Miss Midas, is easily a high limit slot with a max bet of 1,000 a spin, and the theme should appeal to more people. Who doesn’t love animals in cute costumes?
An improvement on the original, and with decent enough wins that you might tweet, tweet all the way to the bank.
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|Mobile Slot released||May 2016|
|Slot type||Video Slot|
|Slot reels / paylines||5 Reels / 40 Paylines|
|House edge||4.69 - 4.38%|
|Coins range||0.01 - 10|
|Min/Max bet||0.20 at min superbet - 1 at max superbet / 200 at min superbet - 1,000 at max superbet|
|Free spins||Up to 25 Free Spins / Extra Replicating Wilds|
|Bonus rounds||Replicating Wilds, Free Spins, Scatters|
Robin Hood's Arrow Feature: The little red robin is the Robin Hood symbol (clever right?) and he is wild. He replaces all other symbols on screen expect bonus, and can turn adjacent symbols into more wilds. Depends on the superbet option you choose.
The Superbet Options: This is an additional wager you can make in order to increase the efficiency of the Robin Hood Arrow feature.
The reason it's worth increase the superbet is because it also increases the return to player rate of the slot:
Obviously, the higher the RTP, the more often you'll get wins.
Free Spin Bonus Games: Get 3, 4 or 5 scatters anywhere on screen, and you'll trigger 15, 20 or 25 free spins respectively.
The difference here is that instead of the wild turning just directly touching symbols into more wilds, those new wilds will then turn any further symbols on the screen into more wilds.
Leading to a chain reaction of wilds on screen, and multiple 4/5 of a kind wins over 40 paylines.
This Robin Hood Prince of Tweets mobile slot lives or dies on whether you get enough wilds on screen to keep you hooked.
Thank-fully the free spins come often enough to give you a boost to your wallet, and have you craving for some more tweets from this prince of thieves.Play Now at Guts »
Review by Lucky Mobile Slots, last updated: July 11, 2017 - Rating