This is might the first game about an adult fairytale legend Red Riding Hood. In this game, the main character is an attractive 30ish lady wearing a red hood. Her grand mother however, is still the same age but she seemed very happy. The wolf in this game is a normal animal, so no clothes and unable to speak human language. The last character is the wood chopper and personally I don't know much about him.
Forest Tale is a 15 paylined game from EGT software. Like other EGT games, also jackpot prizes are linked to this game. The minimum bet is 15 cents. It has 2 different bonus features, the first is as always, the free spins feature. Free spins feature can be triggered only when 3 of grand mother's house appears on reel 3, 4 and 5. When it triggered, baskets will shown and the player need to click on the basket to reveal the prize and when collect basket is revealed, the free spins will be released and played. This feature could also re-triggered but it's almost impossible to do.
The second bonus feature is the basket bonus. When 3 or more baskets are won, they are selectable and sometimes it could contains free spins feature but this only happens 1 out of 5. Wild symbols appears very often, almost on every spin and it doubles the prize.
Forest Tale is a great game to start if you are new to EGT and I recommend to play the game at the minimum bet first because all EGT games could eat your balance fast, at least that's what I experienced for the last 2 months. I have played this game a few dozen times and won largely a few times, like 300x bet. It's also wise to switch game when a large sum is won, because after that, another big win will never come and you will end up with zero balance.
Despite of the 'change' of the RTP, I still think that EGT is a great software and I am sure I will keep playing this game in the future because the jackpot prizes are paid frequently. I think they should make more of these kinda games because I find this one very interesting to play. NetEnt fairytale legends are more cartoonish and very kid-friendly but all gamblers are adults, so should the fairytales too.