Hall of Gods Slot Game Review

Facts and Figures

Certified Payout Percentage – As always when it comes to playing NetEnt games, you can be sure of a good gaming experience thanks to its rigorous testing, tweaking and fine tuning of the RTP (Return to Player) payout percentage on all of their slots. Hall of Gods is another of NetEnt’s fine moments, and Hall of Gods has a certified payout percentage of a well above average 95.5% meaning that you have not only a fair chance of winning, but a chance of winning big.

Stake Levels – Unfortunately, we’re not all members of the elite, and NetEnt understands this. So to make sure that regardless of anyone’s playing budget, they have a wide selection of slots that have a similar formula to that of an all ways slot. This works by not allowing you to alter the number of lines you play, but allowing you to play all for what would be a reduced stake in comparison to a variable line alternative.

If you’ve played Gonzo’s Quest, you’ll know exactly what I mean as Hall of Gods follows with the same kind of makeup. The minimum stakes on Hall of Gods start from as little as 20 coins, while the maximum allowed bet is some 50.00, making this slot ideal for everyone from the new players and low rollers, to the experienced slot high rollers.

Jackpot Payout – This slot has a growing progressive jackpot, which means that a percentage of your stake will go towards the figures you see at the top, the jackpots are Mini, Midi and Mega. Obviously we can’t give you an exact figure on these jackpots, because in the time that I’ve been writing this article the Mega jackpot have sprung from 933,634 to 951,465! However, I can tell you the base game jackpots.

The set base game jackpot is won when you spin in to play on one of the 20 valid paylines 5 Odin symbols. This will see you bagging some 4000 coins, which although modest in comparison to some slots, means that the jackpot will trigger more often than a slot with a 12,000 coin jackpot.

Standard Reel Symbols – All of the symbols on the Hall of Gods slot are based around the gods, and from the highest to lowest paying symbols, they are; Odin, Thor, Freya, Loki, Idun, Ring, Hammer, Dream Catcher, Pickaxe and Fruit Case.

Scatter and Bonus Symbols – Thor comes with 2 sets of special symbols, the Scatter, which is the 2 crows, and the Hammer and Shield which is the Bonus symbol. These two sets of symbols are paramount to triggering either the free spins round or the bonus game, read on to find out more.

Wild Symbols – The wild symbols in play on Hall of Gods are the Dragon symbols, these only appear on reels 2, 3 and 4, however, should they spin in anywhere in view on these reels, the will expand, covering the whole of that reel, meaning that you could get a multitude of wins all in the same spin.
If for example, you spun into play 4 Odin symbols in the middle position of reels 1, 2, 4 and 5, but spun a wild into play on the third reel, you would win that jackpot 3 times, taking your win from 4000 coins to 12,000 coins.

Bonus Features and Bonus Games

Free Spins – Everyone likes free spins, and Hall of Gods comes with up to 20 initial free spins. To trigger the free spins round, all you have to do is spin into view anywhere on the slot screen, 3 or more Crows symbols. Upon triggering this round, the slot will automatically play these games off for you, and any winning combination that spins in will not only be added to your bank, but will also be tripled before being added, meaning that you could be in with winning some serious amounts. You can also trigger more free games in the free spins round the same way you trigger the initial round.

Bonus Game – The bonus game is key to having the chance of winning the progressive jackpots, and to do this, all you have to do is spin in three bonus symbols (Hammer and Shield), this will then take you to a new screen where you a presented with 15 shields and a hammer. What you are tasked with doing is picking off each of the shields until you have matched 3. The prizes vary, but ultimately, you can win each of the jackpots on this screen. If of course Odin is feeling generous.

Gamble Game – As the majority of players no longer gamble their wins on video slots anymore, NetEnt have decided to not include this feature on Hall of Gods. Anyway, would you seriously want to gamble a 4000 coin win?

Other huge jackpot slots from NetEnt includes Mega Fortune, Gold Rush, Arabian Nights and a few more.

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