Quickspin The Three Musketeers Video Slot Review

It’s ‘One for all and all for one’ in The Three Musketeers, a 5 reel, 20 payline video slot from Quickspin. Based on the adventures of the famous French noblemen, it comes with top design and plenty of extras including expanding wilds, multipliers and free spins. Join Porthos, Athos and Aramis on all devices from between 25p and £100 per spin.

Like most games in the Quickspin catalogue, the design in The Three Musketeers is terrific. With the French countryside in the background, the reels include A to J symbols, a trio of baddies and the Three Musketeers. These can land fully stacked and offer awards of 4 times your total stake if you land 5 on a payline.

The jester is the game’s wild – just like the Musketeers, the wild can land fully stacked. These jester wilds also come with multipliers which can send payouts rocketing by up to 4x when they form part of a winning combination.

The main feature offering is the Free Spins feature which is triggered by landing 3 of the scatter (the ornate looking sword). As well as a payout equal to 3 times your total stake, you’ll also receive 10 free spins. These free spins come with some impressive extras too.

The jester wild nudges up or down during the feature if that nudge leads to a new winning combination. The Musketeers live up to their motto during the Free Spins feature too – land any combination of the 3 Musketeer symbols and they will unite to create a winning line.

When it comes to variance, it’s medium to high with maximum wins of 2,276 times your total bet on each spin (involving a 4x multiplier wild). Overall, the visuals are superb, the soundtrack jaunty and the features very playable.

Alexandre Dumas’s novel has been adapted for the stage, TV and big screen. This video slot version is a perfectly entertaining one. For some chivalric, sword-wielding adventure you should do just fine accompanying The Three Musketeers. If you like good win potential, Quickspin offers you plenty of games such as the stunning Northern Sky.

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