|Manufacturer:||Net Entertainment||Bet Per Spin:||£0.01 – £400.00|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||Yes|
|RTP:||95.10%||Game Type:||Video Slot|
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We’re taking a trip back to the dark ages of English history with this new online slot from Net Entertainment; it’s theme is the tale of King Arthur, Merlin, Guinevere and of course the famous sword Excalibur. Very little of the saga has any basis in reality of course but it’s one of the most enduring myths of English history.
Excalibur looks great, as we would expect from any Net Entertainment slot and it’s played out over five reels and twenty paylines. The reels are of an extremely ornate Celtic design and the main symbols are similarly attractive; they include the Black Knight, Morgana, the Lady In The Lake, Lancelot, Guinevere, Merlin and King Arthur. Shields containing playing card symbols make up the lower values.
There’s an Excalibur wild symbol, a golden Excalibur wild and a Holy Grail scatter symbol which can be worth up to 30 free spins.
There’s a generous number of free spins available here and they’re triggered by landing three, four or five of the Holy Grail scatter symbols anywhere on the reels. You will receive ten, twenty or thirty spins respectively and the good news is that each win landed ruin this feature will be multiplied by three.
The golden Excalibur wild symbol is worth a brief mention here; while the regular wild will double any wins to which it contributes, the golden wild will quadruple any wins. Unfortunately it only appears on the centre reel but of course you can’t have everything.
Excalibur Online Slot Playing Tips
Play this game with maximum paylines to try and make the most of those wild bonuses; you can do this and still play for as little as £/€/$0.20 per spin. If you really want to play with fewer paylines the scatter symbols mean you have the same chance of triggering the features.
While this may not be one of Net Ent’s better games, it’s still good fun and the detailed graphics and Olde English music are a pleasure to behold – try and remove the sword from the stone yourself!