Strap yourselves in, OJO crew! We’re hopping back in our time machine in the latest edition of Casino Wars. The only question is who will come out on top: Ancient Greece or Ancient Egypt? This month’s battle sees Age of the Gods: God of Storms up against Eye of Horus: The Golden Tablet.
Once again, both slots come from successful ranges and are among the most popular out there. They’re both available on mobile, tablet and desktop, so you can take them for a spin whenever you like.
Age of the Gods vs Eye of Horus
But which slot is better? That’s for you to decide. To help you make your mind up, we’ve gathered up all the key bits of info. Age of the Gods vs Eye of Horus – here we go!
Age of the Gods: God of Storms
Our first stop is Ancient Greece – make sure you wrap up warm because things are pretty windy over in Age of the Gods: God of Storms. This 5×3 slot might not blow you away but with 25 paylines, there are plenty of chances to win.
Brace yourselves for battle, with 10 different symbols plus two wilds standing in your way. The Spartan soldier is the highest-paying symbol, but will they be on your side? Wins up to 2,500x your stake are waiting to be won – plus there are plenty of bonus features to discover.
Age of the Gods bonus features
The Gods are certainly smiling on you because there’s not one but two bonus features in this game. First up is the wild win respins feature, which triggers whenever a stacked ship docks on the reels.
You’ll be gifted up to five respins, with the God of Storms appearing at the side to blow your ship away from the reels. With each gust of wind, the multiplier increases, and you could end up winning 2,500x your stake.
If that’s not enough, there are a whopping four progressive jackpots waiting to drop on any spin. Once the jackpot feature is triggered, you’ll get the chance to choose from a selection of gold coins.
Behind each coin is an icon and you’ll have to match three to win the jackpot. The biggest of the lot is the ultimate power jackpot, which is guaranteed to pay out at least £100,000 if it’s won.
Eye of Horus: The Golden Tablet
Next up is another title in a long line of spinoffs – say hello to Eye of Horus: The Golden Tablet! Get ready to spin like an Egyptian in this 5×3 slot, with 10 fixed paylines waiting to pay out a maximum win of £250,000.
There are 10 Egypt-themed symbols to look out for, plus the scatters and wilds. Does the Eye of Horus see wins in your future? There’s only one way to find out!
Eye of Horus bonus features
Just like Age of the Gods, Eye of Horus is also treating you to two bonus features. First up is an old classic – the expanding wild. If you’re not aware of what they do, the wild symbol replaces the regular ones on the reels for these spins. Whenever it lands on any of the middle reels, it expands to cover the entire thing, boosting your win potential.
As well as that, there’s the main event – keep your eyes peeled for the free spins feature. All you need to do to trigger this bonus round is land three or more scatters on a single spin. You’ll then receive 12 free spins where you can try to win as much as you can.
During the round, the wilds upgrade the highest-paying symbols and turn them into the golden sphinx, which increases their win potential. Landing wilds on any spin will then award up to five additional spins. The free spins round will continue until all spins have been used up and there’s no limit to how many times the bonus round can be triggered.
Age of the Gods vs Eye of Horus: The conclusion
Well, we don’t know about you, but we think they both sound pretty awesome! There are plenty of opportunities to win and a hell of a lot of fun to be had.
Age of the Gods has four jackpots to be won, with the best of the lot guaranteed to pay out £100,000. Meanwhile, Eye of Horus offers a free spins round and the chance to win up to £250,000.
We can’t make up our minds up but as it’s Casino Wars, we need your help to decide a winner. Take them both for a spin and let us know which one floats your boat. Enjoy!
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