The most famous outlaw story in history gets an equal opportunities makeover in Lady Robin Hood. Created by Bally Technologies, this 5 reel, 40 payline slot comes with a free spins feature with added wild reels. Look out too for Robin’s arrow which can turn up to 8 symbols wild in the base game. Playable across all devices, head to Sherwood Forest from between 40p and £400 per spin.
Set against a woodland backdrop, the reels in Lady Robin Hood include a selection of objects traditional associated with the outlaw and her merry men – look out for pouches full of coins, flagons of ale, daggers, quivers of arrows and of course Lady Robin Hood herself. There are also lower value playing card symbols as well as a wild that substitutes for everything when it lands on reels 2 through 5.
Lady Robin Hood comes with a pair of features – first up is the Arrow Mystery Wild Feature. On any base game spin, Robin can fire anything from 2 to 8 arrows from her quiver. The symbols that these mystery arrows will then turn wild and a new payout will be made.
Land the Free Games Symbol on reels 1, 3 and 5 to trigger the Free Spins feature – here you’ll be awarded 10 free spins. Sitting above reels 2, 3, 4 and 5, you’ll notice a series of shields, each made up of 4 segments. Every time a target symbol lands on the reels, 1 of the segments will be filled.
Once all 4 segments in a particular shield are filled, the reel below will be turned wild and will remain that way for the remainder of the feature. To kick things off, you’ll be awarded 3 targets before the free spins play out.
On the variance scale, Lady Robin Hood sits somewhere in the middle offering a balanced range of payouts – the best bet for a bumper raid of the royal treasury comes via the free spins round. If you manage to get the frozen wild reels early in the proceedings, some excellent payouts are possible.
Lady Robin Hood started life as a brick and mortar casino slot – the development team has kept the same formula for the online conversion. As you’d expect from a Bally powered slot, it’s all very slick and glossy. The features aren’t bad either. Get lucky with those arrows during the bonus features and Lady Robin Hood can really hit the target. If you like land based games, Bally’s Titanic is well worth playing.