|Manufacturer:||Genesis Gaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.25 – £25.00|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||Yes|
|RTP:||95.036%||Game Type:||Video Slot|
Deep in the woods lives Robyn, a beautiful young girl who’s an expert with a bow and arrow; her village was ransacked by the evil harlequin queen and now Robyn strives to win back her property. This is not Robin Hood you understand, just Robyn and it’s a high quality online slot from Genesis Gaming, built on the Quickfire platform.
Robyn is a five reel slot with 243 ways to win; there’s no payline structure – you will win as long as you have matching symbols in adjacent reels from left to right. It’s all very medieval with banners fluttering on either side of the reels and a backdrop consisting of a misty forest.
The main symbols are Robyn, her horse, a smooth-looking prince and the harlequin queen. Lower value symbols are the usual 9, 10, J, Q, K and A,
Special symbols include the ‘Robyn’ logo which represents the scatter and a green ‘wild’ which substitutes for everything else except scatters. There’s also a target symbol which is explained in greater detail below.
During the base game the target symbols becomes important. If you land one or more on the reels, Robyn will appear in the bottom right hand corner and start firing arrows. Each target will get an arrow and it will turn into a random symbol. All targets will turn into the same reel, hopefully helping you create a win.
Landing three or more of the ‘Robyn’ scatter symbols anywhere in view will reward the player with 12 free spins. During these spins the target symbol is still effective but this time it will turn into a wild rather than a random symbol.
If you can land three more scatters during this round you will be awarded 12 more free spins which is always good news.
Robyn Online Slot Playing Tips
Robin is a reasonably high variance slot so you will find that you win larger amounts less often. Start with a decent sized bankroll to avoid disappointment.
We think that Robyn is good but perhaps not great; it looks sharp enough and the target feature is nice but we would have liked a bit more creativity from a company such as Genesis who were behind the brilliant Today’s Weather game (review). Worth a go though.