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Paylines:
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5
Min coins per line:
1
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1
Min coins size:
0.01
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Glendora. Reviewed on 04.07.18
Rabcat? Who are they?I never heard of them before since I always thought their video slots were games from Microgaming because they were offered under the Quickfire solution. After taking a peak at their website I learnt something new today. Apparently they were responsible for some other popular video slots as well such as Castle Builder and Legend of Olympus, besides Forsaken Kingdom.

I played Forsaken Kingdom at 32Red like a month ago and was truly impressed by the top notch quality in terms of graphics. It’s on the same level as NetEnt’s Aliens and Microgaming’s Avalon II and unlike those two games Forsaken Kingdom does actually not cause your computer any difficulties during gameplay.

The playing experience is very smooth. The theme focuses on King Arthur and his kingdom with knights, castles, shields (scatter), King Arthur,Queen Guinevere (Expanding wild on Reel 3) and swords as symbols besides high value card symbols.

Forsaken Kingdom is a 5-reels, 3-rows and 20-paylines slot from Rabcat and sets the bar high for any of their other future releases. I played this game on 40 cents bets and found it hard to have some significant wins during base game.

Taking a look at the paytable, most symbols really don’t pay much. Since you’ll mostly get the card symbols, they won’t pay more than 5x bet for a 5oak of Kings. The best win I had during base game was 5 castles which paid 12.5x bet. So that says a lot since the spread of the wins isn’t very optimal.

It does have some huge potential though since a 5oak of swords pays 1,000x bet. And since the Queen Guinevere Wild on reel 3 can expand, it’s possible to have 3 valid combinations if you’re really lucky worth 3,000x bet.

So there basically is an upside and downside to the paytable as this game is definitely high variance. In addition that are some bonuses that can be won during base game such as the Epic Battle Bonus or the Eternal Love Bonus but the wins generated from it aren’t anything to write home about.

What I did like about this game though besides the graphics is that for each 2 scatters you can fill up a piece of the roundtable of knights. If you collect 12 (x2 scatters) then the Round Table of Fortune bonus gets started. Not sure what the maximum is that it can pay out but when I experienced it, the max was set on 100x bet.

Like some type of wheel of fortune the table spins and then stops at a prize. I won 50x bet so that definitely wasn’t bad. Lastly is the free spins feature, which can award between 5 and 12 free spins for 3, 4 or 5 scatters.

I’ve won 5 and 8 free spins during the times I managed to trigger it. Wins were very sad though since I didn’t exceed a win of more than 10x bet. So my final conclusion is that despite the great graphics and decent bonus features, the paytable is pretty much terrible unless you manage to get the top paying symbols which I didn't.

I ended my session with a 40 euro loss and I'm not sure if I would try my luck again.
If you keep the bet to the minimum, the bonus game wins are equally small. What I did not liked here is that the action from the left of the slot near-misses. At all other Rabcat slots I could not watch the game itself because the action from left was more appealing.
Rolando. Reviewed on 27.09.18
One of the things that I liked about "Forsaken Kingdom" was the quality of the images and 3D animations, I think first impressions are very important, though perhaps not definitive, but it's always admirable the special effort some providers of online games usually dedicate to good presentation of their slots. Colors, stone castles and runes reminded me of some RPG games that I used to spend a lot of time with them so long ago.

I don´t know so many games belonging to "RabCat" but the few I've ever played have seemed pleasant to me, though I do not remember having achieved many gains in the past with slots of this brand, this would be the first one where good luck joins me in a slot of Rabcat, and primarily my earnings here are those I won on the special feature called "Collected Knights", which is a kind of bonus where randomly you can win a prize between 5x, 10x, 50x and 100x the value of your total bet, and to access this round you must collect 12 numbers that are located around spin button in circular shape, for every two shields appeared simultaneously on the reels, you get activated one of the 12 numbers etched on such circular stone. The first time I activated this feature I got a modest 5x prize, but the second time I could get my revenge by winning the greatest prize available of 100x. For me, this feature is a bit like the guaranteed features present on some games from other brands.

As for the free spins, I can only say it is a feature that has failed to captivate me here, most likely because access to wilds is very limited on "Forsaken Kingdom", it is only available a wild reel that eventually appears on the center of the slot, and additionally the paytable contains a somewhat reduced rates for low symbols, which as you might expect are the most common ones throughout the game.

My concept about this game has turned into a dilemma for me, first I got a pleasant theme I liked so much, plus the big prize gotten into bonus round, but then I think if I had not obtained this prize surely my opinion would not be so positive since at the moment of my hit my losses went above 50 credits and without so many chances to recover them at sight. Being objective, I think I would only play this slot on a real account if I had a juicy bonus to support me in case things get ugly.
Poor distribution of the paytable - top symbols pay a monster of a 5oak while lower symbols pay nothing basically. Many neglectable wins and no multipliers in free spins.
Lurlene Rosas. Reviewed on 28.09.18
The Rabcat slots are usually good. They have next to the proper slot another action to the left that always divert your attention from the game itself. This action from left is given here by a knight in armor which does not really do anything except the moments when he gives a bonus (the fight bonus or love bonus). But just like playing all the other Rabcat slots in “Forsaken Kingdom” there is something else special that makes the game attractive: when on the reels there are two Scatters (2 “Shields”) they are gathered around a table. These are the shields of the knights that when all are seated at the round table, they offer a bonus that is sometimes substantial, depending on the average value of the bet until then.

To say now what I had to tell in the introduction “Forsaken Kingdom” is a 20-line slot loaded with history. It is a real kingdom with castles, knights, princesses and heroic fights, where on the central reel the princess extends as wild and always brings a good win. For a bet of 20 cents wins are not extraordinary, but that bonus when all the knights sit at the round table, makes the game to be good and sometimes give important gains. These 12 knights bring wins between 5x and 100x bet and even if you sometimes win 1 Euro, bigger wins are also possible. Because the payout of this bonus depends on the average value of the bet in the game it is sometimes good to increase the bet if only briefly (for 3-5 games), and when knights table is complete, you will win more from the bonus.

This is a slot of action, like all Rabcat slots. Maybe with smaller wins, but certainly this is an attractive slot.

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