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Olympian Gods

Olympian Gods, released in August 2019, is a Greek gods-inspired Internet casino game developed by Booongo. Better still, Olympian Gods can be described as a video slot adaptation of three of the famed Twelve Olympians. Greek religion, Greek mythology, underworld, and folklore are among the themes. A suchlike game from Booongo is Viking’s Gods Gold (July 2018). Comparable rival games include Zeus (November 2010) from Williams Interactive, Thundering Zeus (August 2011) from Top Trend Gaming, and Age of the Gods: Ruler of the Sky (April 2018) from Playtech.

Eleven of the Olympian Gods symbols require three, four, or five winning combinations; however, the hand-held lightning bolt needs any three combinations.

Olympian Gods Game Characteristics

Olympian Gods has a 5X4 grid, thirteen symbols, sixteen bet sizes, self-adjusting payouts, up to 20 free games, 50 fixed pay lines, and regular payouts that range from $0.05 to $1000.00.

The two Olympian Gods special symbols: only appearing on reel 1 and functioning as the substitute, the Wild is the Athens-based Temple of Olympian Zeus with the erupting Mount Olympus in the background; and the free games-unlocking scatter is the Greek God Zeus’ hand firmly holding a lightning bolt.

The ten ordinary symbols comprise of three Olympian gods, four animals, and four playing card values. The three gods are: the white-haired Greek god Zeus (of the Sky) with a golden stalk-like headband, and both thunderbolts and erupting Mount Olympus in the background; the black-haired Greek god Poseidon (of the sea) with a partly braided beard, ornamented with silver and gold, and holding a silver trident; and the gray-haired Greek god Hephaestus wearing a silver crown and holding fire on his palm.

The four animal symbols consist of: Pegasus, the winged horse; a lion; Griffin, the mythical half-eagle and half-lion creature; and Cerberus (hound of Hades), the fiery dog with three heads. The playing cards are: yellow A; a red K; a green Q; and a blue J.

The Olympian Gods bet sizes: $0.20 (minimum bet), $0.40, $0.60, $0.80, $1.00, $1.40, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $8.00, $10.00, $20.00, $40.00, $60.00, and $100.00 (maximum bet).

These are the Olympian Gods payouts for three, four, and five winning combinations, based on the $100.00 maximum bet. Sky god Zeus pays $100.00, $400.00, and $1000.00; sea god Poseidon, or fire god Hephaestus pays $75.00, $250.00, and $750.00; sacred horse Pegasus, the lion, or Griffin, or the Cerberus dog pays $50.00, $200.00, and $750.00; and either A, or K, or Q, or J pays $25.00, $100.00, and $500.00.

The Olympian Gods software is good and the absence of drop-down menus means the buttons, set along the right margin, are straightforward; unfortunately, the number of autospins are unspecified. The lightning bolt at bottom right is for on/off fast mode. The ambience music is alongside an occasionally screeching Griffin, crashing swords, and roaring thunder. The attractive HD graphics include fierce-looking and majestic gods, great animation like the cloud flashes, a grid set on a colossal temple, and the artistic impression of the lava flows in the background.

Luck in Olympian Gods

A game of chance, the RTP rate of Olympian Gods is 94.74% and the house edge is 5.28%.


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