Play’n GO has continued its Arthurian narrative adventure as the supplier releases its new slot game, Merlin’s Grimoire.
Merlin’s Grimoire is a 5X3, 7,776-payline video slot that incorporates a Symbol Splitting feature and a free spins mode.
Low value symbols within the title consist of various magical spell symbols, offering the player between x0.30 and x1.50 the stake, depending on a number of matching symbols that land in a single spin.
Moving higher up in value to the next batch of symbols – the parchment, potion and crystal staff tip, provide the player between x0.30 and x4.50, again, depending on the symbols that land.
The highest value symbols in the game come in the form of Merlin himself and a magical book. Theseoffer x0.60 for a winning combination of two matching symbols and x6 the original bet for a five-of-a-kind win.
In addition, the book symbol also works as a wild scatter symbol and substitutes for all other symbols in the game, as well as being used to trigger the free spins mode.
Within the base game, the title includes a Symbol Splitting feature. Starting off covering just three reels in the base game, players have the potential to expand this over all five reels to increase paylines.
Furthermore, in the free spins mode – triggered by landing three wild scatter symbols – an expanding symbol is selected at the start of the player’s initial 10 free spins. Depending on how the reels split, the paylines can include up to a maximum of 7,776-lines.
WHAT THEY SAY
Charlotte Miliziano, Head of Games at Play’n GO, commented: “Players and operators love the Arthurian Legend titles that we develop because even in one series there are so many tastes accommodated.
“Fans of Merlin now have four titles to choose from and for the hopeless romantics there’s 15 Crystal Roses: A Tale of Love, for the lovers of lore The Green Knight. I could go on…”
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To play a demo version of Merlin’s Grimoire, click here.