The Age of the Gods: God of Storms slot is played on 5 reels, 3 rows and 25 paylines. Winning combinations are formed in the standard manner for a payline slot by landing 3, 4 or 5 matching symbols or wilds from left to right on a payline, starting from reel 1.
Stake levels here range from 25p to £250 per spin. Click on the plus or minus buttons under the Line Bet section to adjust your bet accordingly. There’s also an Autoplay function where you can choose between 10 and 99 autospins. This option may not be available in your country.
The Age of the Gods: God of Storms RTP is 96.14% which is slightly better than average. This includes a 0.99% jackpot contribution. The setting here might be rather stormy but that’s not really the case when it comes to variance. On a scale of 1 to 5, I’d put the volatility at around a 2.
The maximum win here is 2,500 x your total stake. To land it, you need to fill the reels with the most rewarding warrior symbol with a stacked ship wild with the maximum multiplier of 5x. You can also win more with the progressive jackpots. The Grand Jackpot is guaranteed to pay out at least £100,000.
Lavish sound and visuals have been a key element in the popularity of the Age of the Gods series and the Age of the Gods: God of Storms slot is another cracker when it comes to design. With an ancient Greek mythology theme, it’s based on the divine keeper of the winds, Aeolus, who is also the king of the floating island of Aeolia.
A harbour in the ancient city of Aeolia is the setting and forms the backdrop to the action here. You’ll see Greek temples and an imposing fortress. The marble-style reels are made up of lower value A to 10 royals.
These spin alongside finely crafted vases, a kraken-style sea monster (Hydra), an archer, a female warrior (Artemis) and a Spartan-style soldier in full military garb. The Spartan solider is the most lucrative symbol paying 20 x stake for 5 on a payline.
The game comes with 2 wild symbols. Both the standard wild and the Argo ship wild can land on reels 2, 3 and 4 only. They both substitute for all the standard symbols when they form part of a winning combination. The difference between the 2 is that the ship wild can trigger the Respins feature if you land it fully stacked. I’ll look at this in detail below.
Age of the Gods: God of Storms is available to play on all devices including mobiles and tablets. All versions contain the same lush imagery, unusual re-spins feature and of course, potential progressive jackpot prizes.
Age of the Gods: God of Storms comes with 2 bonus features. The main attraction is a little different. The Wild Wind Respins offer respins where a stacked wild symbol shifts across the reels. Multipliers can also boost your winning potential here. Like the other slots in the series, you’ll also be in with a shot at scooping 4 progressive jackpot prizes.
The Wild Wind Respins feature triggers each time you land a stacked ship wild anywhere on the reels. You’ll then be awarded a series of respins. The god of storms will appear to the right of the reels, blowing on the stacked wild and moving it along to the next reel to the left.
Each time the stacked wilds shifts to the left, it also increases the value of the multiplier. Respins occur until the stacked wild has been blown off the reels. A final respin takes place with the wild blown away.
To manage the maximum 5x multiplier, you’ll need to land a fully stacked wild on reel 4 then watch it move across the game grid to reel 1 and beyond. Multiple stacked wilds can land which can lead to plenty of respins. Here’s what you can win on each respin depending on the multiplier in play:
Age of the Gods: God of Storms is part of Playtech’s massive Age of the Gods jackpot network. The Age of the Gods Jackpot feature can trigger at random on any paid spin.
Once triggered, you’ll be offered the choice of a selection of gold coins located in a marble temple building. Behind each coin lies an icon associated with one of the Power, Extra Power, Super Power or Ultimate Power Jackpots. Keep on picking until you uncover 3 identical symbols. You’ll then win that Jackpot prize.
The Ultimate Power Jackpot is by far the biggest and pays out £488,000 on average every 40 days. The biggest ever win was £852,000 in 2011. You can keep track of the value of the 4 progressive jackpots in the meters above the reels (not in demo mode though).
Here is what the seed amounts (the minimum amount you’ll win) are as well as real-time progressive jackpot amounts: