Witness the strength of the Roman Empire in its prime in Apparat Gaming’s latest sword-swinging slot release, Caesar’s Legions.
Caesar’s Legions is a 5×3 reel slot with 10-paylines and a maximum win of up to x6,500 the player’s wager.
96.23 per cent
Low value symbols come in the form of the high end of a deck of cards, from 10 through to Ace. These symbols can offer between x0.4 and x6 the player’s bet, depending on the number of winning combinations that land on a single spin.
Next up, silver coins, wreaths, Roman helmets and horses depict the medium value symbols, offering between x1 and x30 the player’s wager.
Topping the paytable, Julius Caesar represents the game’s high value symbol. If the right number of paying combinations land on a single spin, these symbols can offer between x1 and x150 the player’s stake.
‘Veni’, “Vidi’ and ‘Vici’ scatters can appear, triggering the free spins feature when all three land on the same spin.
Three types of wild multiplier symbols are also available, with bronze, silver and gold wreaths respectively presenting x1, x2 or x3 multipliers that will be applied to any wins that they contribute to, as each wild substitutes for all symbols other than scatters.
When the free spins feature is triggered, players will be given 12 spins. In these spins, each wild that appears will start as a x3 gold wreath.
As the spins are played out, each wild will stay sticky on the board for three spins, starting as x3 wilds and downgrading to x2 and x1 on the subsequent two spins. After being on the board for three spins, the wilds will disappear.
Furthermore, players can buy access to the free spins game mode for the price of x95 their preferred stake.
WHAT THEY SAY
Martin Frindt, Co-Founder, and Chief Product Officer of Apparat Gaming, stated: “We came, saw and conquered. Caesar’s Legions allows players to take part in a ferocious battle where big wins, mega wins and frankly colossal wins could be part of their destiny. This highly volatile game is definitely one of my favourites from our ever-growing portfolio.”
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