Robin: Nottingham Raiders
- Game provider
- Peter & Sons
- Robin: Nottingham Raiders
- Feature Buy
- Game type
- Video Slots
- Mobile version
- Grid slot
- Sticky wilds
- Free spins
- Bonus game
- Progressive jackpot
- Min. bet
- Random Feature
- Max. bet
- Maximum win
- Last update
- July 11, 2021
Return to the medieval era for another comical reel brawl on the slot from Peter & Sons powered by Yggdrasil Gaming. Robin: Nottingham Raiders sees you rejoining the band of merry man to plunder the sheriff’s treasure chamber with wild substitutions, wild collections that trigger respins and a free spins round with roaming wilds and multipliers that can lead to wins of up to 121,500 times your bet.
Robin: Nottingham Raiders is a video slot with five reels, four rows and 20 fixed pay lines. Wins are awarded for two to five matching symbols landing on a line from left to right only. You can join the band of merry man on desktop, tablet or mobile from 0.20 to 10 credits per spin. The game has high volatility with an RTP of 96.10% and a hit rate of roughly 1:4 spins.
The play area is framed like an old English sign and nests between a shoemaker and tavern (which might be the source of the lute style music) in the medieval town of Nottingham. A vertical plank shows nine crosses marked, which fill with gold symbols contributing to the colourful display and quirky cartoon style that’s quickly becoming synonymous with Peter & Sons. Some slots look like many artists worked different sections before throwing it all together in a mash-up of styles, but Robin: Nottingham Raiders is a smooth work of visual art. Peter & Sons Art Director, Evgeny Viitman, revealed this game has Easter Eggs from Monty Python and The Holy Grail, demonstrating the artistic flair and attention to humorous detail found in Peter & Sons slots and giving fans of the film something extra to look out for.
Starting with the low end and working up, the pay symbols begin by paying three times your bet for five of a kind crossed swords, silver tankard, cudgel, bow, chicken leg and quiver symbols. Five of a kind Friar Tuck, Guy of Gisbourne, Maid Marian and Robin himself award up to 7x your stake. The Sheriff pays ten times your bet for five of a kind and wild symbols win 25x your bet for five of a kind. Wild symbols are blue or gold, with the latter filling a meter, covering one of 9 crosses each time. Scatter symbols are the gold lion and trigger the free spins for 3 or more.
Robin: Nottingham Raiders Slot Features
Peter & Sons bring beautiful games together well, not just compared to the rest, but particularly well for a fledgling studio. Robin: Nottingham Raiders is the sequel to Robin: Sherwood Marauders, taking us out of the forest to raid the reels. Let’s see what a journey to the medieval market town reveals.
During play, you will notice wilds come in blue and gold. Each gold, special wild transfers at the end of a spin to fill the meter on the right-hand side of the play area. Collect nine special wilds to fill the meter and trigger a respin, randomly placing up to nine wilds on the reels.
Landing three or more scatters will award fifteen free spins. Nighttime closes in and the raid begins. This time, the meter is divided into three sections. Gold special wilds transfer in the same way but their frequency increases during the free spins feature. Completing a section awards three additional spins and three roaming wilds for the remainder of the round. Roaming wilds randomly position themselves on the reels, changing position on each spin. Two may land in the same place, counting as one. Fill two sections of the meter for six floating wilds and all for nine floating wilds.
Multiplier counters sit beneath each reel, starting at x1. Should three wilds land on a single reel, the multiplier below boosts to x2. Four wilds on a reel increase the multiplier to x3. Wins are calculated by multiplying all reel counter multipliers together, potentially forming bigger wins through a volatile mix of wilds and multipliers.
Robin: Nottingham Raiders is a worthy follow up that’s more volatile with bigger win potential. A change from the cascading format of Robin: Sherwood Marauders gives a fresh and unique appeal. The meter fill respins have a hit frequency of 1 in 41 spins. During our limited play, this gave extra excitement between bonus rounds, which have a hit frequency of 1 in 198. Robin: Nottingham Raiders is colourful, well-balanced, fun and feature-rich with a sound RTP of 96.1%. The maximum potential of 121,500x was recorded once in 1,000,000,000 simulated game rounds.
Robin: Nottingham Raiders – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- 1. Can I win Free Spins on Robin: Nottingham Raiders?
- 2. Can I trigger the respin meter and the free spins at the same time?
- 3. Is 96.10% RTP any good?
- 4. What Easter Eggs referencing Monty Python and The Holy Grail can be found on Robin: Nottingham Raiders by Peter & Sons?