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Merry Money

Merry Money Overview

Merry Money Slot


Available on Mobile NO
Variance Med(?)
RTP Unknown
Pay-lines 10
Free Spin Bonus YES
Stacked Wilds NO
Expanding Wilds NO
Scatter Symbol NO
No. of Jackpot Tiers NOT APPLICABLE
Provider Merry Money
Game Type Vegas Slots
Jackpot No

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Merry Money review

Robin Hood used to steal from the rich to give to the poor. Well the players of this game probably don’t fit into the poor category, but thanks to Robin and his Merry Men we can win some great cash prizes. As usual Robin has to deal with the Sheriff of Nottingham who is always causing trouble for him and his beloved Maid Marion. ”Merry Money’ is a five reel and ten payline slots game from Barcrest with a minimum stake per line of just £0.01 ad a maximum of £50. That means your maximum stake per spin is £500 but that’s only advisable if you are either able to afford that or you’re the Sheriff of Nottingham.

There are several bonus rounds in this game and it’s a good idea to have a look through the paytable to fully understand all the rules of the game and play some free games too. The symbols in this game fit in well with the theme. There’s an ever-smiling Robin of course, a bag of gold which is also the wild symbol in this game, the Merry Money logo, a target and the 10- Ace. Perhaps it’d have been good to include someone like Friar Tuck or Little John to further add to the theme. The graphics are good though as we’ve grown to expect from Barcrest games and the music is adequate though the noise of the sword fight gets a bit like chalk on a blackboard after a while.

Bonus Features

Keep an eye out for the Robin Hood bonus symbol because three of those anywhere on the reels is great news. You’ll see Robin getting ready to fire his arrow onto a yellow and red target board. This is really important because this will decide whether you’ll go into the Hall of Plenty bonus or simply get a number of Win Spins. If his arrow ends up in the red then you’ll have to make do with the Win Spins Bonus but if it ends up in the yellow then off to the Hall of Plenty Bonus you go.

Robin has made his way into the Sheriff’s castle again and this time he’s trying to steal as much treasure as he can to give to the poor. The sheriff is fast asleep and we have the option of six doors behind which there are varying amounts of treasure. With a bit of luck you’ll choose the doors with the highest value treasure hidden behiind them. If our luck is out then the door will open and some girls will come out screaming their heads off. That’s definitely not good news because all that noise will wake up the sheriff and he’ll call for his guards which means it’s time to scarper and the bonus round comes to an end. This can be a quite fun bonus round to play and some good prizes can wing their way into your account at the end of it.

The Win Spins bonus is the alternative and that’s pretty straightforward. You need to spin the water wheel so you can move up to the path in the direction of that traditional damsel in distress, Maid Marion. Each step you take earns you more and more free spins but hopefully the Water Wheel won’t end up on the Collect symbol because that ends your run of earning spins. Then it’s on with the spins and when they run out your total win will be awarded to you. You can’t get extra spins but there is the possibility of triggering the Pick Me bonus. You need three of the target symbols to do that. The bonus is totally straightforward, there’s three targets and you just make your choice and hopefully win a cash prize.


This is another entertaining game from Barcrest and the variety of bonus games really helps that. The soundtrack could be a bit better and the symbols could be a bit more based on Robin Hood and his Merry Men rather than just relying on the usual 10-Ace symbols. Overall though there are plenty of reasons to play and enjoy this game.