Many people envy pirates for their life of excitement and adventure, and this is your chance to see what it feels to live like one. Join the famous Redbeard and his crew, experience the life at sea, prove your worth to the group and you might earn the right to be called a pirate one day. Pirate ships are obviously filled with all kinds of treasures, so there is a good chance you will be handsomely rewarded for your efforts once you decide to return back to shore.
Scary-looking pirates are the key feature of the Redbeard and Co video slot that offers hefty payouts on regular symbols, wild and scatter symbols, as well as free spins and bonus round. The 5 reel 20 paylines game allows bets up to $100 per spin, which makes it very appealing to high rollers.
Play Redbeard and Co
Redbeard himself and four other pirates represent the high-paying symbols in a true sense of the word, with three of them featuring payouts in excess of 1,000 coins. Playing cards are low paying icons here, while parrot, pirate ship and treasure chest are special symbols designed to boost your winnings. The great thing here is that no less than 8 of 10 symbols pay when just two of those appear on the reels left to right.
How to play
Select your coin value and number of paylines and hit skeleton-shaped Spin button or autoplay sign attached to an anchor.
Wild is represented by a parrot and it substitutes all other icons, except for scatter and bonus. Three or more Treasure Chest Scatters anywhere on the reels award 10, 15 or 20 free spins.
You need three or more Pirate Ship bonus symbols in a row to trigger the Pirate Roulette bonus round where you can earn up to 3,975 free coins.
Strategy & Tips
Redbeard symbol has the maximum payout of 8,000, followed by two pirate icons at 3,000 and 1,500 respectively.
Pirate Roulette bonus round can see you win almost 4,000 bonus coins, but only if you make the right choice. Don’t let the pirates catch your bombs in the process.
You can keep winning additional free spins indefinitely during the free spins round as scatter rules continue to apply.