Red Cap - New Release From EndorphinaPublished September 16, 2020 by Sol FH
Endorphina has released a brand new game themed after an old fairytale in a far-away land.
The Big Bad Wolf and Red Riding Hood are two characters from one of the oldest fairytales of our time - Little Red Riding Hood. Now, iGaming software developers - Endorphina, are behind an all-new 3-row, 5-reel, 20 payline slot that will take you on an adventure through an enchanted land filled with hungry wolves, brave heroes, and mysterious forests, called Red Cap.
Themed after the children's fairytale, Red Cap is a thrilling slot that packs quite a punch. Players will dive into the well-known fairytale, but must always be aware to watch out for the Big Bad Wolf and stay on the right path. Moreover, keep a keen eye out for the basket symbols, because if you manage to get three of them, it will be like finding the gold at the end of the rainbow.
If you collect three baskets on the reels, you'll get a whopping 10 free games that could even be retriggered. Once you are in the free spins zone, the wild symbol - a beautiful red cap, transforms from a standard one, into an expanding wild that creates even bigger wins. One of the fan-favorite features is Endorphina's popular Risk Game, which enables players to win amazing treasures. Players will select a card from four, and double their winnings up to an astonishing 10x.
The graphics and animations in this game are a delight to look at. But, unlike the classic fairytale, players should go full-force on the path and get through the danger that lies ahead.
Endorphina is excited to share this new game with you. The Head of the Marketing Department, Maria Bashkevich commented “Even when we are older, we still love to believe in fairy tales. With our newest slot Red Cap, players can enjoy the full experience of being a hero in their classic childhood fairy tale. Our newest slot is different from what we did before – the theme, the colors, the style, mathematics, and animation, everything has been altered to look different. And I think this is what we all need now – an engaging fairy tale.”