Playtech’s in-house game developers are past masters at creating online casino games with diverse themes, ranging from fantasy to action and adventure to mythology. So, it is no small wonder that the mythology-themed Age of Gods Roulette stands out. Age of Gods Roulette is partly based on a similarly-named Japanese myth, Age of the Gods or Kamiyo, which describes the miraculous “birth” of eight ancient Japanese islands—collectively called Oyashimakuni—like Tsushima and Tsukushi.
Age of Gods Roulette, which was released in early 2017, is listed under table games; it is among the games in the Age of Gods series, which also contains Age of the Gods slots like Fate Sisters, Furious 4, and Prince of Olympus. Ordinarily, the Age of Gods Roulette players spin the rotating wheel whose ball soon stops to pinpoint the winning values.
Age of Gods Roulette: Game Review
Although Age of Gods Roulette is modeled on the European roulette, its betting grid and roulette wheel have 38 characters like the American roulette. First, there are numbers 1 to 36, which are listed in an ascending order. Second, there is the universal “0”. Lastly, the 38th slot contains
“Age of Gods Roulette Bonus”, contrary to the “00” featured in American roulette’s 38th last. The lower part of Age of Gods Roulette chart is subdivided into 1st 12, 2nd 12, 3rd 12, 19-26, 1-18, Even, Odd, and a red and a black diamond for color bets.
To play Age of Gods Roulette, players select any of the seven betting chips below the grid, tap at the betting grid in accordance with their desired bet type, irreversibly confirm their bets, and press the “Spin” icon. The table limits in Age of Gods Roulette are $0.02 minimum and $50 maximum (some versions have $100 maximum); while the betting chips are $0.01, $0.1, $0.5, $1, $5, $10, and $25 (some versions have a $100 chip).
The main game in the Age of Gods Roulette has the normal payouts: 35 to 1 for a Straight Up, 17 to 1 for a Split, 11 to 1 for a Street, 8 to 1 is for a Corner bet, 5 to 1 for a Line Bet, 2 to 1 for Dozen or Column bets, and 1 to 1 for all Even Chances. The four randomly triggered jackpots— namely Power Jackpot, Extra Power Jackpot, Super Power Jackpot, and Ultimate Power Jackpot—are “not active” by default. The minimum payouts for each of these progressive jackpots—determined by matching three respective symbols out of 20 yet-to-be-revealed coins—in Age of Gods Roulette are $50 for Power Jackpot, $500 for Extra Power Jackpot, $5000 for Superpower Jackpot, and $100000 for Ultimate Power.
Age of Gods Roulette software pushes the envelope because of a roulette wheel that, after pressing an eye-like icon, can be made to turn either clockwise or counterclockwise. Players can disable and enable many features such as intro video, warning messages, multigame view screen, and fast play. There is an adjustable sound meter, and a choice of three mind-blowing sound effects named voyage chill, violet sun and elegant breeze. Age of Gods Roulette has distinct graphics, most notably the Age of the Gods myth heroes, Izanagi and Izanami—their images are seemingly based on the 19th Japanese painter Eitaku’s artistic impression—who are the brand faces.
Age of Gods Roulette: Game Strategy
A game of chance, Age of Gods Roulette’s RTP rate is between 94.74% and 95.73%, and the house edge is between 5.26% and 4.27%.