After the launch of Mad Hatter, Red Tiger Gaming has launched another interesting slot called Robin Hood’s Wild Forest.
Roaming Through Robin Hood’s Wild Forest
When you enter Robin Hood’s Wild Forest, that’s where plenty of riches await.
This is a thrilling 5×3 slot with 20 paylines.
The game is full of exciting features.
One of them is when Robin Hood fires arrows to lock а random high-paying symbol type and trigger a respin.
Another one is when Maid Marian blows kisses and adds Wilds to the reels.
Also, Little John will smash all low-paying symbols allowing only high-paying symbols to take their place!
All 3 features may be triggered for huge climactic wins in this medieval adventure!
The new game is released just a few weeks after the slot maker launched The Wild Hatter game. Like you probably guessed, the slot was themed after the crazy character from the Alice in Wonderland story.
Red Tiger has been keeping busy in other ventures too. The software developer has gone live with the leading multi-brand operator group GoWild.
According to the agreement, GoWild will have full access to the supplier’s market-leading games catalog. In addition to this, it will gain membership of Red Tiger’s popular Daily Drop Jackpots Network.
The MGA-licensed operator group boasts a portfolio of four casino brands. These are AstralBet, Wild Jackpots, Piggy Bang, and now GoWild, with two more to follow in the near future.
“We are thrilled to have partnered with GoWild,” said Red Tiger commercial director, Chris Looney. This is a company with over a decade of industry experience and an acclaimed product suite.
“We’ve no doubt that our games and jackpot network will be well-received right across their extensive network.”
Meanwhile, Gonen Solomon, COO at GoWild, commented the following.
“Red Tiger has built a deserved reputation for producing some of the industry’s finest titles.”
So, the company welcome the addition of its innovative catalog.
“This agreement further bolsters the immersive entertainment experiences we proudly provide to our growing international fanbase.”