When it comes to finding inspiration for their slot games, developers around the world turn to Greek mythology, which has been frequently used over the years.
The latest online games developer to have drawn its inspiration from the amazing world of Greek mythology is Play’n Go.
A Greek-Themed Adventure
Titled Rise of Olympus, the upcoming release is scheduled to go live on August 23, bringing the most powerful deities of Ancient Greece to the reels. Players will encounter the god of the underworld, Hades, the god of sea and storms, Poseidon, and the most powerful god of them all, the master of sky and thunder, Zeus.
The first thing players will notice once they try this game is that Rise of Olympus doesn’t feature a standard five-reel layout. Instead, the game has two additional rows, which means that a total of 25 icons can find their place on the grid.
To start winning, it takes a minimum of three matching symbols, either vertically or horizontally.
Before embarking on this epic adventure, players will need to choose a stake that suits their playing style and budget. They’ll be able to wager as low as $0.20, while the maximum stake will not surpass $100 per spin.
The game will come packed with exciting and potentially lucrative bonus features, including the Hand of God, which is randomly activated after a losing spin. Once it’s on, the gods may smile upon you with Hades having the power to randomly change symbols. Poseidon can give you two Wilds, while Zeus can use his immense powers to destroy two sets of a symbol.
Be on the lookout for the Wrath of Olympus feature, which is basically a meter charged by grabbing wins with any of god symbols. Fill the meter and you’ll be awarded a free round. In addition to this, the gods have their own free spins games available, where you’ll also have the chance to fill the Wrath of Olympus meter and get your reward.
So, as we’ve said earlier, the game will hit the market on August 23. After this date, you’ll be able to play the new release at any of Play’n Go-powered online casinos.