- Provider: Play’n Go
- Reels: 3
- Coin Value: £0.01 – £10
- Maximum Bet: £100
- RTP: 96.36%
- Maximum Payout: 5,000 times the bet
- Wild: Yes
- Scatter: Yes
- Bonus Game: Yes
- Free Spins: Yes
- Multiplier: Yes
- Mobile: Yes
Queen’s Day Tilt Slot Review
Travel back to medieval times and experience the battle of two Knights for a chance to win the hand of a beautiful Queen. This battle is the battle for honor, but it will also give you an opportunity to win big, up to 5,000 times the bet. Queen’s Day Tilt is Play’n Go’s latest three-reel, three-row video slot packed with features. Activate the Ruler feature to get extra Wilds on the reels, trigger the Free Spins feature with the little help of the Tilt feature, start the Game of Accession free round to witness the battle of Knights and clear the reel grid to trigger the Queen’s Day Free Spins feature.
As you start the 2019 release, you will hear the sounds of the trumpets that announce the upcoming battle. The prize is extremely valuable – the hand of the Queen, which is used as a Wild that substitutes for all symbols on the reels. There are two Knights who are fighting for the Queen. The Blue Knight and the Red Knight will cross spears at a certain point in the game. Three different banners appear on the shields: The Lion, the Rose and the Ram. As for the low-paying symbols, Play’n Go decided to use card suits.
When talking about the rules of the game, the 2019 release is a bit different than other Play’n Go titles. The Queen’s Day Tilt video slot features three reels and three rows. To win a payout, players need to land 2-3 connected matching symbols, horizontally or vertically. Winning symbols explode, but new symbols will not land on the reels, and, once there are no more symbols forming new winning combinations, you spin the reels again. Gamers can bet from £0.10 to £100 per single spin. The control panel is pretty standard, and you can use Paytables for more information about the game, Autoplay for up to 100 automatic spins, Bet to set the desired wager, and the Spin button.
Like most other medieval titles, Queen’s Day Tilt is packed with features. The first we will mention is the Ruler feature, randomly triggered. After every non-winning spin, players can trigger the Ruler feature and get 1 Wild on the grid to form a winning combination. Another randomly triggered feature is the Tilt feature. When one symbol remains on the grid, thanks to the Tilt feature, it can be removed, which will trigger the Queen’s Day Free Spins feature. Free spins are also triggered when the reel grid is totally cleared. Gamers get five free spins with only high-value symbols on the reels. Freebies also start with a 2x multiplier, which gets bigger every time spinners land a win with both high-value symbols on the same spin. Each non-winning freebie triggers the Ruler feature and every time only one symbol is left on the reels during the feature, the Tilt feature is triggered, meaning that you get more free spins.
Last but not the least is the Game of Accession feature, triggered when punters land a winning combination with two Knights symbols on the same spin. One free round is awarded and only the Knights are on the reels. You predict which of the Knights will win the battle, meaning which of them will form more winning combinations in the free round. If you win you will double your winnings, if you lose you will collect only the winnings, while a tie will trigger free spins.
The maximum possible payout gamers can expect in the 2019 release is set at 5,000 times the bet. Set the bet to the max and you can pocket as much as £500,000, which is simply amazing. Both Knights and the Queen Wild will give you 8 times the bet for three of a kind. Trigger the Queen’s Day Free Spins feature or the Game of Accession feature for massive wins. Queen’s Day Tilt’s RTP is 96.36%.
Queen’s Day Tilt on Mobile
You will not need a time machine to play the Play’n Go title, because the Queen’s Day Tilt video slot is playable across all devices. Punters can go to medieval times from the comforts of their chairs or on the go and enjoy this exciting battle of Knights on their desktops, laptops, mobile phones, tablets and other compatible handheld gadgets.
+ Packed with features
+ Plenty of freebies and big multipliers possible
+ Crisp visuals
– Rules can be a bit confusing in the beginning
– Takes time to clear the reel grid
– Generic card suits
We are big fans of medieval times and we love a good battle between two courageous Knights. The Play’n Go title offers plenty of action, as most of the titles with a similar topic and, being action junkies ourselves, we see that as the biggest advantage of Queen’s Day Tilt. On the other hand, landing winning combinations can be a bit confusing in the beginning, because there are no classic paylines and winning symbols that explode are not replaced by other symbols. Clearing the reel grid is not an easy task, but those of you who manage to do it will be rewarded with freebies. All four special features are there to help you land wins, so use all of them.