Game of Thrones comes in two varieties - 15 paylines or 243-ways-to-win - making it the perfect game for wallets of all sizes
- Software Providers:
- Reels: 5
- # Paylines : 243
- Slot type: Video Slot
- Jackpot type: Pooled jackpot
- Bonus Feature: yes
- Scatter: Yes
- Free Spins: Yes
- Min/Max Bet: £0.30 - £6.00
- Available on mobile:
- max. payout: 95-96%
- Special Feature: Gamble, Autoplay, Stacked Wilds
- Great for fans of the hugely popular HBO TV series of the same name
- Four separate Free Spins features to trigger in the game
- 15 paylines or 243-ways-to-win betting is perfect for big and small slots players alike
- Not much in the way of images from the original TV series
- Bonus features aren't that varied, and there are no progressive jackpots
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About Game of Thrones Slots
Unless you’ve been hiding in a cave for the last five years, you can’t have helped but notice a new fantasy TV show that’s taken the world by storm: Game of Thrones.
The HBO series, based on the novels by George R.R. Martin, follows the stories of four families as they battle war, politics, big walls of ice and some pretty massive dragons.
It was, of course, only a matter of time before the big slots manufacturers caught on and Microgaming have beaten the hordes to bring out the first branded slot.
Game of Thrones comes in two varieties – 15 paylines or 243-ways-to-win – making it the perfect game for wallets of all sizes. Even in the 243-ways version, the maximum bet is $6.00, so you can take a chance at some big prizes without breaking the bank.
The symbols are fairly basic, mostly made up of family House shields and card symbols. The Game of Thrones logo acts Wild and replaces all normal symbols in the game.
Don’t expect too much in the way of bonus features, unless you’re a Free Spins junkie. There are four separate free spins features, one for each house in the show, and you trigger then by landing three or more Throne Scatters.
House Lannister carries 10 spins with stacked symbols, House Stark awards 14 spins and a multiplier of 3x, while House Targaryen gets you 18 free spins and a 2x multiplier. Finally, House Baratheon gets you the least number of spins – just 8 – but there’s a 5x multiplier attached to all wins.
All four free spins rounds feature stacked House symbols.
While there’s not much in the way of immersive bonus rounds here, certainly not in the Avalon II realm, die-hard fans of GOT should get enough of a thrill to warrant a revisit.