The creator of this slot is the company “Pragmatic Play” and its launch took place during the month of September 2016.
This is a 40-line video slot that has a structure of 5 x 4 reels, where all hits are paid from left to right except those formed with “Beowulf symbol” because this also pays for hits made from right to left.
In this game, all symbols can appear stacked, but if we get Beowulf occupying entirely the first reel from the left, this will trigger the feature that gives three initials respins that may extend in another respin more when a new Beowulf symbol appears. If we get the entire grid filled with symbols of this character, then we will have won the top prize in this game equals to 100,000 credits.
There is also a round of 10, 15 or 20 free spins triggered by the appearance of 3, 4 or 5 scatters respectively, spins that do not include new features or multipliers.
Personally, I think we usually gain access to all the features of this game relatively easily, however, this is a slot that has deeply disappointed me because I never got a real big win and my payouts during the base game were very poor in average; my biggest payout was only 24 times my total bet and it happened during respins feature, and basically all the time I was watching how my credits quickly fade away spin after spin.
Although the highest symbols of the game have theoretically decent prices, the vast majority of payouts you get are usually tight, and even abundant wild symbols appearing all the time seem not to be enough to give you an effective help to recoup losses.
My first session with “Beowulf” of “Pragmatic Play” was a disaster, and being honest, I could never see my balance over my starting point, and I am convinced that today this slot has not gained a place on my list of favorites.