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Rook's Revenge Slot Betsoft

Meet the natives of the jungle and see if you can find some luck along the way in Rook's Revenge. This innovative 3D video slot from Betsoft contains a number of bonus features, beautiful graphics, and plenty of chances to win. You can try Rook's Revenge right here for free, or visit any of the Betsoft casinos listed below to try it out for real money.

Before you start playing, decide how much you want to bet. The “Choose Coin” menu lets you select your coin denomination. Adjust the number of coins you want to wager per line with the “Bet Per Line” section. When you're ready, push “Spin”, or select “Max Bet Spin” to play with the maximum number of coins per line. All 25 lines are compulsory.

If you get any winning combination from left-to-right, the Exploding Symbols feature will initiate. This causes all winning symbols to explode, allowing new ones to drop in from below. The more consecutive wins you hit, the higher the multiplier will be. Wild symbols on reels 2, 3, and 4 make it easier to get these winning line combinations.

The game's free spin feature can be triggered by getting 3 Golden Masks on reels 1, 2, and 3. During the free spins, the Exploding Symbols feature carries even higher multipliers. Get 3 more Golden Masks to re-trigger.

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Choose Coin: Set your bet denomination.
Bet Per Line: Adjust the number of coins per line.
Spin: Play at the selected bet.
Max Bet Spin: Play with the maximum number of coins per line.

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Software Betsoft
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RTP 94.5%
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raverbabe 559 reviews
United Kingdom
Reviewed on October 27, 2016


I actually remember receiving a bunch of free spins on this game after signing up at a new casino one time and being pretty well confused, I was sure that the game seemed familiar but somehow just not the same...? I hadn't been playing on-line all that long at the time and didn't really think much more about it, my free spins didn't come to much and I wasn't keen enough on the game to keep on playing it after I had made my deposit so that was that.

Fast forward a year or two and I come across this game again and of course now I understand what it was that was bugging me way back then - Rooks Revenge is a blatant copy of NetEnt's hugely popular game "Gonzo's Quest", although there is one difference I have noticed that being that there are 25 paylines in this game rather than 20 in the original Gonzo's. If the two games were from the same developer you would expect there to be some differences in the paytable to cover this change but as this is a BetSoft game they just went right ahead and created their payout mechanics with an identical paytable. If your going to copy something so blatantly you may as well do it PROPER, right?!

I would have thought the extra paylines could result in a slightly higher RTP, especially with an identical paytable however thats not the case going on the advertised payouts and Rooks Revenge actually offers a full two percent less of payback than the game it set out to copy, making this the obvious bad choice of the two should you have the option to play both.

It's uglier than Gonzo's Quest as well, the colors are way too saturated and brash for my liking and the fat guy in the corner lacks all of the charm that made Gonzo so likable. At least when Microgaming ripped off this title they decided to make the bonus triggers into proper scatters, but BetSoft haven't even bothered doing that so your still stuck with having to get the three symbols on a payline in this game if you want to trigger the free spins. I guess the extra five paylines are certainly a bonus in this regard but of course there are plenty of combinations that can occur whereby you'll have three bonus symbols onscreen but no bonus round.

I'm sure there will be players who will want to play this, after all NetEnt have cut off several territories recently and Gonzo's Quest has lots of fans. For most of us though this is a shameless rip off of the worst kind and I would never play this again now I'm aware of its heritage.
Afi4wins 1993 reviews
Reviewed on May 31, 2016


This tribal chief must be one very lucky chief indeed. In another game, he gets two beautiful ladies to entertain him, both at the same time, just by giving them flowers. Ooh boy, wish I could get such beautiful ladies like that. The fun that I could have! Hahaha. Well, I guess such things can only happen in some faraway forest somewhere, where being the tribal chief could mean one helluva good time, at the right time of course! Hehehe. But here, in this game, no such ladies are around, so this Rook of a tribal chief has to handle lots of ancient tribal masks. So, which masks do you prefer, and which masks will Rook give to you?

For me, all I want are those beautiful Golden Masks, as many times as possible, because each time I get 3 of them, I get to play a Free Fall game, where wins can be from 3x up to 15x. Sounds familiar? Yes, of course it does. This BetSoft's Rook's Revenge game plays very much like NetEnt's Gonzo's Quest, alike, but not even comparable. Why? Well, my many plays on Rook's Revenge have failed to give me any decent wins at all, not even once! Be it in the base games or in the Free Falls games, the payouts from Rook's Revenge were nothing like what I could get from Gonzo's Quest. Especially frustrating and disappointing are the Free Falls game. All my wins from them have never exceeded 20x my total bet size! The payouts were usually only 5x to 15x, totally unbelievable and unacceptable for me! Maybe it was not the right time, maybe just not my luck, but I don't buy all that. Personally, I find that Rook's Revenge doesn't play nor pay as good as what Gonzo's Quest can.

The paytable may be identical to that of Gonzo's Quest, the symbols may pay the same amount, the Scatters may appear the same way, and so do the Wild symbols, but the configuration of the game play certainly isn't the same way at all. It cannot be, otherwise it would make Rook's Revenge a duplicate of Gonzo's Quest, or the other way around, depending on which game came out first. So that explains why both games do not play nor pay the same way!


I have played Rook's Revenge enough times to know that I just cannot win on this game. My eager anticipation of good wins from those Free Falls games have always been squashed away by its poor payouts, so much so, Rook's Revenge is nothing more than a game on my display shelf. Not in my deep freezer though, because once in awhile, my fingers do become itchy for some of Rook's action, preferably with those 2 beautiful ladies to accompany, but no such thing can ever be. I have to go for Rook's treasure for that. In this game, it has always been Rook's Revenge on me! Oh gawd! Hehehe.
blondie 1352 reviews
Reviewed on October 27, 2015


Only earlier this month was the first time I heard about this game called Rooks Revenge. This month I received a promotion with 100 free spins on this game. Unfortunately when I decided to claim it, it was already expired, but I had tried this game in free play and had much interest in it. Because of that, I made a deposit of 40€ to try this slot.

It has 5 reels and 25 paylines, but the minimum coin size is 0.02€ which makes the minimum bet bigger - 0.50€ per spin and that is expensive for a minimum stake. From the first look I couldn't deny the similarity this game has with Gonzos Quest slot. This game also has one main character and exploding symbols, when there's a winning combination and increasing multiplier, when the winnings are subsequent. It's one of Betsoft's 3D slots and I don't really like them and I think the graphics are average.

First of all I really don't like that there's no autoplay option. I always use autoplay option and I like to gamble, while doing other things, so this is a minus for me, I think all slots should have autoplay option. I played with minimum stakes for about an hour and I managed to get 2 big wins of 50x bet. The maximum multiplier you can get on main game is 5x but I didn't get any winning with that, my best achievement was with 3x multiplier. Wild symbol helped me get nice winnings, as it appears on middle reels- 2nd, 3rd and 4th and substitutes all symbols.

In my session I didn't manage to get any free spin round and I think it is very hard to get them, as they need to be in an active winning payline and they appear only on first three reels. In them the winning multiplier for subsequent winnings are higher.

Overall I don't like this game and I know I won't be playing it again. Yes I managed to get few decent winnings and small profit, but there were many cons for this slot as well. I only think it could be a decent fit for wagering, as I managed to not lose anything at all.


There's no autoplay, and the game spins very slowly and I couldn't trigger the free spins round, which seems like the best part of game. I haven’t seen winning screenshots from other players so I have some doubts about it’s winning potential.

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