NetEnt Releases 'Finn's Golden Tavern' Slot

Casino software group NetEnt has announced that they've launched their latest game, 'Finn's Golden Tavern', the latest release from a company that looks to be busy in expanding their library.

The game is a 5 reel affair that takes place in an Irish tavern, and includes a leprechaun named Finn, whose goal is to get loaded and score players some of that legendary gold. The game has a wild symbol, free spins, multipliers, fist slam, and random coins. The slot has desktop and mobile compatibility, and has a posted return to player percentage of 96.1%.

A preview of the game can be seen below:

Speaking about the launch NetEnt's Bryan Upton noted: "Following the global success of Finn and the Swirly Spin™, the latest addition to the series is packed with even more player engaging, random features that capture the lively atmosphere of a traditional Irish tavern. With incredible graphics and an action-packed gameplay, Finn's Golden Tavern™ offers a wildly entertaining experience for all player types."

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13 December 2019 - 10:57am

It look nice and the RTP rate seems to be decent but...the thing is I don't trust this developer anymore...for all kind of reasons...just lost interest in their games.

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