I guess you’re all getting pretty tired of hearing this by now, but we here at GoWin will be launching yet another game at the end of this week, and we suspect you’re going to absolutely love it. The theme will be familiar to anyone who was ever a child, based as it is around the classic fairytale or Little Red Riding Hood. The slot – Fairytale Legends: Red Riding Hood – is part of a new series of fairytale themed slots, fresh of the back of their NetEnt Rocks series. In this post, we’ll look at the features of the slot, and fill you in on why this is the next game you’re going to fall in love with.
So I’m going to go right ahead and assume we’re all familiar with the classic tale of child neglect, senicide and animal abuse that is Little Red Riding Hood. Well, this game picks that up as its theme, and constructs a vivid inner-game world set in a deep forest, with your host Red Riding Hood by the side of the reels to dance and entertain.
Of course, this isn’t NetEnt’s very first foray into fairytales, coming as it does a couple of years after the release of the popular Jack and the Beanstalk slot. However, it is the first in the new series of fairytale inspired slots, which will eventually be joined by at least two more fairytale stories, though which exactly has not been divulged yet.
So, the theme might be a little overdone, and the slot might at first seem like a pretty standard NetEnt slot, but that’s only because I haven’t yet filled you in on all the (many, many) bonus features that this game is brimming with. It’s going to be quickest if I forego more preamble and jump straight into what you can expect.
Well, firstly, there’s the ‘Fairy’ bonus features, which we believe will be a feature of all of the upcoming Fairytale Legends games:
Then of course, we get to the Three Chests bonus features. When three chest scatter symbols appear on your reels, you’ll activate one of the three possible chest bonus features:
Fairytale Legends: Red Riding Hood will be available to play at GoWin Casino from this Thursday, the 27th October. Try it while it’s fresh, and beware the Big Bad Wolf!