Wild Knights is supposed to be an energetic, crafty and good-looking video slot, filled with knights in shining armour. What you actually get from the Wild Knights video slot is quite something else. This slot is graphically rudimentary, and so not very visually stunning. Wild Knights is played over 5 reels and 10 lines, and symbols do appear stacked in this game. Players can choose line bets which range from 1p up to a massive £40 in the game, and that will in turn decide how much you are going to wager overall, since paylines are fixed. Players can get away with minimum spins of just 10p a pop, although at its most costly, the slot will set you back a mighty £400 a spin.
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The bronze coin looking icon is a wild symbol in Wild Knights, and it can replace all other symbols in the game, excluding the three multi-coloured shields. Those three shields are scatter icons. The wild does not offer any wins on its own.
If players locate the three scatter shields on the reels, then they will trigger the only bonus feature in the Wild Knights slot, which is a free spins bonus game. The colour of the shields determine whether you begin the bonus with 1, 2 or 3 lives.
Another way to get into the free spins bonus is via the Knights Times table. It can offer multipliers or free spins. A hi-roller mode is playable in Wild Knights, if you fancy wagering and winning a little more than most other players.
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Players will get to play the free spins round straight away, and they can keep spinning until they have run out of lives. A player loses a life if a dragon appear on the fifth reel. Jousting reels (re-spins), or expanding wilds can also be won in this bonus round.
Wild Knights does have some exciting features, although it is perhaps far more complicated than it needs to be. Moreover, graphically, the slot is something of a bust. All in all, it’s a shame because Barcrest could have had something special with this game’s design.