Barbarossa DoubleMax Review
Barbarossa used to be the most feared pirate in the Mediterranean a few hundred years ago and now he's back to show that he's not such a bad guy after all. If he's in the right mood, he'll be sharing all of that stolen gold thanks to the top features and cascading reels. Here's how the rest of the game shapes up.
Peter & Sons always produce a visually pleasing slot and Barbarossa DoubleMax is no different. It takes place in a typical pirate's cove with palm trees swaying in the background. The symbols are pretty standard for this type of theme with an anchor, a bottle of strong booze and various pirates making an appearance.
Watch out for the cannonballs as they are dragged to the left and explode onto the reels with each cascading win.
All of the above looks great regardless of the size of the device you are using and Android and Apple users can both get involved.
The addition of the DoubleMax feature is a first for Peter & Sons and it has really given this production a genuine boost of power. The base game doesn't feel like a hard slog as you wait for the free spins bonus to appear.
In fact, there is plenty of enjoyment and big wins to be found right there in the regular part of the production. Naturally, the biggest wins are more likely to occur during the free spins round thanks to the DoubleMax multiplier not resetting between wins.
This pirate ship is weighed down by a hell of a lot of plundered gold. A 20,000x max win is a very tempting offer and this is accompanied by high volatility and a range of RTPs that can peak at 96.2%.
Barbarossa DoubleMax is a good-looking slot and bears a few of the Peter & Sons trademark audio-visual touches. The addition of Yggdrasil’s fantastic DoubleMax feature is a huge bonus which really makes it worth getting on board and seeing where this ship takes you for a while.