Gods Of Olympus Slot Review
1x2Gaming hvae switched civilisations for this particular game. Whilst Aztec Secrets features The Aztecs, Gods Of Olympus takes us back to Ancient Greece. This is a 5 reel, 20 payline slot that can be played on mobile, tablet and desktop. It features a free spin scatter round, bonus feature and wilds.
How To Play Gods Of Olympus
Gods Of Olympus is set on a background of Ancient Greece with the reels set within stone columns. The reel symbols have, as you’d expect, have a Greek design although there seems to be some Roman influence too. The symbols include a Grecian Urn, Greek Temple, Soldier’s Helmet, a Trireme (ancient war boat) and weapons. The remaining icons include a bonus (Neptune), scatter (Thor), wild (possibly Athena), A, J, K and Q.
Top Paying Symbols
The top paying symbol is the temple which pays x700 for 5 of a kind although it’s x800 for 5 bonus symbols. Note that wilds can only appear on reel 3. Spins are accompanied with a bizarre soundtrack that more befits the court of Henry The Eighth. Wagering on Gods Of Olympus starts at just 1p and can be increased to a maximum of £50. The wager can be changed by adjusting the number of lines, coin value and coin size. To make adjustments simply click on the ‘Lines/Coin Value’ button at the bottom left of the game. There doesn’t seem to be an option for auto-play.
Play Gods Of Olympus and earn 10 free spins when 3 or more scatter symbols appear anywhere in view. All wins during the free spins round are doubled. The bonus round is triggered when 3 or more bonus symbols appear in the reels. During the bonus round five urns will be shown. In order to determine the bonus win you have to open the urns to see if the Gods favour you with a big win.
The Spin On Gods Of Olympus
Gods Of Olympus is on par with Aztec Secrets. It’s a good enough game from 1x2Gaming but it’s perhaps not one that’s going to excite you enough for regular play. Mind you, Fluffy Favourites is popular so who knows! The theme is good – and popular – but there does seem to be mish mash of cultures with Ancient Rome and Tudor England overlapping in places. RTP (preferably UKGC Recorded* over theoretical): 95.17%