New slots enter the gambling market every month. Can’t keep up with new releases? Then a review from Yoju casino Australia will help you keep up to date with the season’s hottest new releases.
Wolf Power Megaways (Playson)
After Wolf Power Hold and Win (2021) is now the turn of Wolf Power Megaways, both from the Playson factory.
Once again, this slot takes you to the Blue Mountains, a mystical region in the outback of Australia. It’s home to all sorts of wild animals, including the wolf. The wolf plays the leading role in this game.
The Megaways variant is a noticeable upgrade from its predecessor. It has a larger playing field and an extra-large number of win ways to form, namely a maximum of 46,656 Megaways.
However, that number is less than usual (117,649), which applies to the highest possible win. The top prize is set at “only” 2,000x. That’s pretty low for a Megaways slot machine. The theoretical payout percentage is 96%.
First of all, there is a Hold and Win feature to trigger, which also earns multipliers with the unique Power scatters. This bonus game can mean your ticket to cashing in on the aforementioned top prize.
Also, the optional Bonus Buy button is back, whose associated feature costs you 100 times your stake to activate.
While Playson never really scores points in innovation, at least fans know what to expect from this significant Hold and Win games supplier.
Legacy of Rome (Stakelogic)
We regularly come across clones of well-known classics. For example, the name Legacy of Rome is reminiscent of Legacy of Dead (Play ‘N Go).
Apart from the fact that this high variance slot machine is a Stakelogic creation and takes place in ancient Rome rather than ancient Egypt, it’s also a clear Book of Ra copy.
That means that the playing field consists of 5×3 symbols, with which ten fixed winning lines can be formed.
The scatter wilds (eagles this time) trigger the Free Spins, the highlight of the entire game. Here, a regular random symbol is selected as the expanding symbol. You also get an extra symbol if you manage to re-trigger the feature with another three scatters.
However, the RTP is a bit lower than you might use from several other Book of Ra copies. It is stuck at 95.60%. The top prize, however, is the same, at 5,000x.
All in all, Legacy of Rome is the perfect game for fans of the original. It offers zero real surprises, but that fact will appeal to a large group. After all, why mess with a super-popular classic?
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