Shadow Gods Slots
Shadow Gods certainly sound mysterious, but when the loading screen for this slot game appears, we immediately see what the theme is going to be. We won’t spoil it for you, but we will confirm this game is going to be well worth trying. The flames roar, the dark skies are beyond the reels, and the gods are waiting for you to play.
Who is the developer for Shadow Gods?This is the next game to be released by Realtime Gaming.
Should you expect the chance to try a demo?Yes – all new RTG slot games come with a demonstration option, so it’s a breeze to check out the game without wagering anything on it for real.
So, what is the theme, anyway?We said you would know what the theme was when the loading screen appeared. We stand by that too, with striking images that point towards ancient Egypt as the setting for this slot game. Horus and Anubis are the two gods in action here.
Shadow Gods has a striking designWe think you will like it. While it is peppered with all the familiar ancient Egyptian icons, you won’t feel as if you’ve seen everything before. The background sees a hint of the pyramids, while on the reels you’ll see snakes, a pharaoh, and the ancient shadow gods themselves among other things. Oh, and don’t forget the scarab beetle!
More about the new Shadow Gods slot gameYou’ll be met with five reels once the game has loaded. There are no progressive jackpots involved in this instance. Horus and Anubis are beautifully rendered icons, both used as wilds. Horus appears only on reel two and Anubis only appears on reel four. They are full height wilds, and if only part of a wild appears, it will always be nudged into position to cover the whole reel, so that’s a nice touch. The pharaoh mask is used as a scatter symbol, awarding prizes whenever three or more appear. The wilds cannot substitute for the pharaoh. (They cannot substitute for coins either, but we’ll come to those shortly.)
How many paylines are there to play on?The game comes with 50 lines, and these are adjustable if you don’t fancy playing them all.
Choose your bets wiselyThe smallest bet seems to be four cents per line, and with 50 lines to cover, that makes a two-dollar minimum wager per spin. This might put it beyond players with a smaller budget, but you could always play fewer lines.
The paytable explains all the featuresLook over in the right-hand corner to see the burger icon. You can select the info button from there to find out more.
Bonus features included in Shadow GodsFirstly, we should mention the Coins Feature. A gold coin may be found during play with an Egyptian eye symbol on it. You need at least six coins to trigger the feature, whereby you earn three respins. Those spins take place with all the triggering coins frozen in their respective positions. All coins have a value shown on them. If another coin appears during a re-spin, the spins are reset to three and the new coins are held along with the original ones. This process continues until no respins are left. At that stage, all prizes shown are awarded. If you manage to fill the entire 5 x 3 grid with coins, you’ll secure the Grand Bonus.
What about some free spins?Finding three or more scattered pharaoh masks unlocks a choice. You can select Wild Reels or Treasure Spins. Each option involves free spins though:
- Wild Reels – six free games with full-height Horus and Anubis wilds in view throughout. These games can be triggered again.
- Treasure Spins – six free games in which coins are fixed on the fifth reel throughout. These games can be triggered again too.