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19 September 2011 - 11:14am

Robin Hood: Shifting Riches- my trial

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Benin impressed with the trailer, I decided to try out Robin Hood: Shifting Riches - a NetEnt game added to CL free games recently.

I'm impressed with the graphics, sound and animations, and the characters look like almost the same as I've ever imagined. The game is actually a top-ranked one, I'd give 5+ CL stars to the introduction only!

The thing that a bit irritated me is that the game doubles your winnings automatically after each successful spin, although if you loose the double game, your initial winning is kept, still it seemed a bit irritating me not to be able to continue the game without a double game.

As for the rest of the game, I should admit that it's the best slots I've ever played! I even managed to collect 4 cash bags in one box, so I've been lucky enough to get 10 free spins at a time. While that free round, I managed to win quite a lot, see the screenshots below Smile

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19 September 2011 - 11:36am
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Here are the screenshots of free spins round-

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19 September 2011 - 11:01pm
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Net Entertainment just keeps churning out these excellent games. It seems they are one of the few developers trying to push the boundaries and make slots much more interesting. Thumbs up to them!

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The thing that a bit irritated me is that the game doubles your winnings automatically after each successful spin, although if you loose the double game, your initial winning is kept, still it seemed a bit irritating me not to be able to continue the game without a double game.

Yes the multiplier only works after a winning spin, but you don't lose any of your multiplied winnings. The multiplier just resets to 1x after you have a losing spin.

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20 September 2011 - 6:19am
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Gave this one a go over on the free games. Just had it turning over in the background auto-playing through a couple of hundred spins. Knocking a reel off the end and adding one to the start is different but keeps your attention.
Seemed like had a lot of losing spins then hit a big win. Give it go.

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20 September 2011 - 6:55am
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CL-Ed wrote:

Yes the multiplier only works after a winning spin, but you don't lose any of your multiplied winnings. The multiplier just resets to 1x after you have a losing spin.

I know it, that's a great thing, but still I think it'd be better if the game asks you even once, whether you want to play the double game or not, Somebody may think it doesn't make sense and would like to skip it

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