Are those the untold fortunes of Robin Hood – the Prince of Thieves? Probably so. What else could be concealed behind the thick arrays of trees in Sherwood Forest? It could well be that the developers of Rival Gaming have decided to step on the thievery line with the release of this slot. Otherwise, it could be one of those excessively exploited stories that are so popular as the leading topic of the gambling machines in day and age. Let’s learn more.
SFF is a 5/20 slot with the prize of 2,500 coins (too little) and the second trophy of 1,000 coins. The stakes must be high, you might think. Not at all. They are limited by $0.25. Of course, you can bet the whole 200 coins at once, but the result of 2,500 remains unchanged, comrades. Free spins are disappointing, too. Twenty-five of them won’t do you any good compared to hundreds and thousands of free-of-charge spins in comparable slot machines released by the same manufacturer. Autoplay is here, but who cares if the starting conditions are not in your favour? The icons are expected by unimaginative, mainly representing heroes and heroines of the Robin Good saga, together with the associated auxiliary stuff.
Truly, the slot falls short of the most humble expectations. Verdict: try it only if you have put your hand to everything else. Otherwise, don’t.