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Free The Three Musketeers slot machine

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About The Three Musketeers

All for one, and one for all! That's what you'll be yelling as you spin the reels with Quickspin's The Three Musketeers video slot, which takes you back to a time when swashbuckling was seen as something thrilling, and not as a potential felony that could result in you being ordered to stay 300 yards away from a school.

The Three Musketeers is a 5 reel, 20 payline video slot that takes place in 1625 in France, where you fight for honor, love, and hopefully some cash for your bankroll! The game's setting is cartoonish in nature, but fits the mood just right and manages to make you feel like you're back in the time period. The game's symbols include the Jack, Queen, King, and Ace card symbols that we seem to see in nearly all slots today. Other symbols include a king, a stunningly beautiful female, a black clad swordsman and the three musketeers themselves, which can take up an entire reel. There is also a jester that ends up serving as a wild.

Feature wise, The Three Musketeers includes free spins, reel nudges, random multipliers, stacked wilds, and more. The game has a theoretical return to player percentage of 96.6%, which is average for a Quickspin game but impressive when compared to a lot of the other developers in the wild.

I will be the first person to admit that I don't care for The Three Musketeers. I've always found the subject matter boring and would rather watch paint dry than see any of the film adaptations. With that being said, this slot actually is somewhat fun, as the game is packed with features that seem to hit frequently. The game is a lot of fun and may be a draw in for those that don't like the subject matter, and if you're already a fan, you'll likely love this game.

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