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We’re back in medieval times for this ‘Wild Knights’ slot game from Barcrest. If you fancy some jousting and the chance to win some cash then you’re going to love this game.
This is a five reel game with three rows of symbols and a fixed 10 paylines. That means no decision over just how many lines you’re going to stake your money on. The minimum stake is £0.10 per spin and the maximum a whopping £400. Simply decide on a stake that you feel comfortable with and can afford to lose.
This game is a lot more complex than it looks so it’s a good idea to take a good look through the paytable for this game. That way you’ll be fully prepared for the battle ahead. A few free plays are definitely advisable too before staking your own cash balance.
The symbols in this game are a bit of a disappointment. Rather than filling the reels with symbols that fit the Knights theme, we get the 10-Ace playing cards that seem to dominate the reels when the spin has come to an end. The theme related symbols that we do get are knights helmets with either a red, green or purple shield, a King (five of these in a row gets you $1000), a blue coat of arms on a shield, a red coat of arms and a red and blue one. These play an important part in the game as you’ll soon discover. The wild symbol, which is simply a shield with the word ‘Wild’ written on it, substitutes for the regular symbols in this game to give you a chance of getting some winning combinations.
The graphics are a bit basic but when you do get a winning combination the helmets or King turn slightly. The accompanying music fits in well with the medieval age theme without being spectacular.
Playing the game is easy enough with all the main control buttons at the bottom of the screen. This includes an Autoplay button. You can set this to give you up to 25 automatic spins. The game can be played on your PC and also on your mobile devices.
Where this game really takes off is in the bonus rounds that it contains. There’s plenty of them and they give you the chance to win some great cash prizes.
The Hi-Roller mode gives you five special spins for £20. Three shields appear above the reels If three of the shield symbols appear on the reels during the five hi-roller spins, this gets you into the ‘unlimited free spins feature.’
The free spins are supposedly ‘unlimited’ but all good things have to come to an end don’t they? In this case the spins end when a dragon appears in the final reel and we’re not going to argue with him. The RTP is higher during the hi-roller version of the game.
The Hi-Roller play isn’t the only way to enter the free spins. During regular play three of the shield scatter symbols will get you those spins too. The colour of the shields decides how many lives you have during the free spins. For example, three red get you three lives and you lose a life when that dragon appears.
The features keep on coming because if you get the wild symbol during the free spins they move down the reels one spot. The fact there are stacked wilds in this game makes that a profitable occurrence.
The Jousting Reels are an interesting feature in this game. With this entire reels simply swap places and this can happen any time after you’ve had a losing spin. This gives you at least one winning combination.
Expanding wilds also help you get some good wins as these extend to cover all three rows on one or more reels at random.
The bonus rounds in this game really are entertaining and that definitely includes the ‘Knight Times.’ No, this isn’t the local newspaper but a wheel that pops up at random when your stake is more than £2 a spin. This has multipliers for your current win and the chance to enter the free spins feature too.
This is a game jam-packed with features that can bring the profits rolling in. I just wish they’d spent a bit more time working on the symbols. Having all those playing cards is a missed opportunity, why have a theme if you don’t play it to the hilt. Aside from that you’ll enjoy playing this game a great deal.