Shadow Gods slot review

Shadow Gods slot review

Shadow Gods has 5×3 reels and gives us 50 active lines, a considerable amount more compared with the proposal from different slots of comparable size. Up to 800x payouts in a slot which has Medium volatility is a bit on the low side as far as prizes go. Fortunately, there are a great deal of cool features that a player can get along the way and I would specify here the two wilds which are bumped to cover the full reels that they are on, alongside the Mask scatters, Coin feature with re-spins or the free spins ¬†which get either Treasure Spins or Wild Reels.

Betting and Prizes

Trying to cover 50 active lines, the wager per turn will have a scope of $1 to $200 which would imply that up to $4 might be utilized for every one.

Payout wise the absolute best winning combinations that the slot brings will give you just 800 coins. Get the reels secured and wilds may help you there, to win up to 800x the stake in a single spin. Not an exciting payout and a ton of other Medium volatility slots figure out how to do much better.

Shadow Gods Slot Features

To begin with, how about we investigate the stacked wilds the images which show up on reel 2 (Horus) and 4 (Anubis). These two get the advantage of the Nudging Wild feature so they are driven into position and cover their reels when they show up.

Having 6+ Eye of Ra Coins show up on the reels will get you into the Coin feature. It includes 3 re-spins with the Coins clingy and you are attempting to get more. Fill the reels with Coins to get the Grand Bonus or win the qualities listed on the Coins.

Mask scatters can show up once on each reel. You get 3 to 5 to win a prize of 2x to 100x the stake alongside access to the free spins.

One version of the free spins is called Wild Reels. It has 6 free spins for you where the second and fourth reel wilds are clingy. The other one is Treasure Spins likewise with 6 rounds. Here, you will find that the Coins are clingy on the fifth reel when they show up. This makes it simpler for the Coin feature to trigger as time goes on.

Theme and Design

It is an exceptionally regular theme in light of Ancient Egypt and its gods. About the main thing that this game changes is the time as the activity happens around evening time. The pyramids are noticeable behind the reels which are encased in a temple like structure. The large images are the Mask scatters, Horus and Anubis reel-sized wilds, Eye of Ra Coins, Horus and Anubis together, Cleopatra, Cobra and Scarab. Low images appear as Royals.

Conclusion  

Shadow Gods seems as though it very well may be a fascinating game with a few tolerable features and a medium volatility that won’t drive an excessive number of players away. I am not a devotee of its top payouts, I need more from a slot of this sort.