Launched by developer Arcadem on January 6, 2021; Tap House is a video slot adaptation of a historical British-style tavern whose notable patrons were the symbolized highwaymen—the horse-riding hijackers in the mid-1600s to 1800s England.
Themes: playing card values, crime, treasure, firearm, merrymaking, banditry, and liquor. Arcadem’s suchlike games: Flashback Heroes (April 2021), Eternal Night (August 2021), Starfang (December 2020), The Hatters Mad Tea Party (June 2021), The Armory: Bulk Buy (September 2021), and Gunpowder (2022).
Nine symbols (bar stool, beer stein, patrons, female bartender, A, K, Q, J, and 10) require three/four/five-of-a-kind. One symbol (wild) requires five-of-a-kind. In the free games: five symbols (pot of gold, revolver, cutlass, male bartender, and highwayman) require two/three-of-a-kind.
Tap House Game Characteristics
Tap House has: two sets of fixed rightward winning ways, one set of free games, re-spinning scatter, sixteen symbols, $0.27 to $45000.00 regular payouts, and thirteen lowly coin sizes with a X9 factor.
Tap House’s vined, brown and wooden 5X3 grid—has nine winning lines—is embedded in, and blends with, a spacious wooden early modern English tavern that is decorated with blue and yellow banners and whose caricatured patrons are in white and blue. The free games’ 3X1 grid has one winning line.
Tap House’s coin sizes: $0.01, $0.02, $0.03, $0.05, $0.07, $0.10, $0.15, $0.20, $0.30, $0.50, $0.70, $1.00, and $2.00.
Tap House’s total bets: $0.09 (minimum bet), $0.18, $0.27, $0.45, $0.63, $0.90, $1.35, $1.80, $2.70, $4.50, $6.30, $9.00, and $18.00 (maximum bet).
Tap House has two special and fourteen symbols. Special symbols: the substitute is a fancy vined blue-and-brown “wild”; and the scatter (payouts: right-to-left and vice versa) is a vined brand logo “tap house”.
Ordinary symbols: wooden bar stool; frothy wooden beer stein; three posing patrons (male between two females); dark-haired bartender in a red off shoulder dress; white playing cards—green A of spades, blue K, golden Q, purple J, red 10 of hearts; blue pot of gold; blue-draped revolver; red-draped cutlass; wiping male bartender; and masked sword-wielding highwayman in black.
These are Tap House’s payouts in odds. Five wilds pay X300. Three bar stools/beer steins/patron/female bartenders pay X5; four bar stools/beer steins/patron/female bartenders pay X20; and five bar stools/beer steins/patrons/female bartenders pay X100. Three A/K pay X3, four A/K pay X10, and five A/K pay X20. Three Q/J/10 pay X3, four Q/J/10 pay X5, and five Q/J/10 pay X10.
3+ “tap house” logos offer ten free games, where: three wilds pay X2500.00. Two pots of gold of revolvers pay X5; and three pots of gold of revolvers pay X100. Two cutlasses, male bartenders, or highwaymen pay X5; and three cutlasses, male bartenders, or highwaymen pay X50. The Tap House’s highest X4200 win (4200X18) is a $75600.00 jackpot.
The advanced Tap House software has: HTML5 technology; mobile/desktop versions; turbo mode; splash screen; and history. The 10/20/30/40/50/75/100/125/150/200/250 auto plays are preset to stop after: triggering free games; no limit; X5, X10, X50, X100 loss limits; X1, X2, X5, X10, X50, or X100 single win limit or balance increase.
The mutable and adjustable sounds include dinging, drumming, rumbling, and classical violin instrumental. There is a glitter effect and dolly zooming for the otherwise unanimated 3D graphics.
Luck in Tap House
Tap House is a game of luck. RTP rate: 94.50%. House edge: 5.50%.