Brawl at the Redcap Inn seems to be set in medieval times, but a mystical one at that. Yggdrasil Gaming and Dreamtech add monsters into the mix. What seems to be ogres, trolls and Vikings make regular appearances at the inn. You can imagine what happens in an establishment that serves beer with all the patrons requiring some sort of anger management. That’s right - a brawl!
The game is very suitably named, and Brawl at the Redcap Inn gives players a look at an average night inside the inn. The symbols look great, and we like what we see in terms of the setup so far.
You have a bird’s eye view of the inn with the tables down below and a large playing grid at the centre of the screen. Will Brawl at the Redcap Inn give players much luck in terms of stats? Let’s find out.
The RTP (return to player) offered by the game is 96.04%, which is just a bit above average. There are 5 reels and 50 paylines with a betting range of 0.20 to 40. All in all, it seems pretty average just by looking at the numbers alone.
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The max payout in Brawl at the Redcap Inn isn’t bad at all, with the potential of gaining 9,224x your initial bet. Unfortunately, what might set you back in the game is the high volatility, but the hit rate is quite high.
Instead of having just one playing grid, Brawl at the Redcap Inn gives you two. What does this do for your winning chances? It gives more potential for winning combos, and sometimes they can cross over.
First off, we have the wild swap, which does exactly as the title suggests in Brawl at the Redcap Inn. When you get a wild on a playing grid, the other grid mirrors the position of the wild and manifests one as well. If you actually land two in the same positions on both grids, then you activate a 5x multiplier.
The beer mug scatter symbol triggers the free games and can transform into wilds as well. You need 5 or more to activate the games, which makes wilds or 5x multipliers sticky and holds their position on the playing grid. The best part is this feature can be retriggered by landing 5 more scatters. With each retrigger, you get 10 more complimentary spins added on. Brawl at the Redcap Inn definitely brings some originality, but nothing we haven’t seen before. We do feel that there are adequate features to help you hit the big win.
How does Brawl at the Redcap Inn fair with us? We would say it’s a pretty decent game with pretty good rewards. The design is interesting, and we really enjoyed the double grid that mirrors wilds. The idea is fun as well, giving us a look at what goes on in a rest stop inn that houses characters of all walks of life.
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As for the specs, slot offers players a pretty decent chance at the big wins with plenty of help from wilds and scatters.