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If you’ve played NetEnt slots before, you’ll know that your adventure starts when you decide how much you want to stake per spin.
By adjusting the Bet Level (1-5) and the Coin Value (0.01-0.50), you’ll determine how much you’re betting. If you want to get stuck in straight away, you can cut a corner by just hitting the Max Bet button.
Whereas you can adjust the value of your bet per spin, the number of active paylines remains the same; it’s always 20.
In this online casino slot. you can choose to play spins in Autoplay; essentially putting the slot in Auto-Pilot while you just sit back and watch the action. You can play up to 1000 spins in a row this way, assuming of course that you have the budget to do so!
Underneath the Spin button the game displays how much cash you have in your bank, the value of your next bet and what your last win paid out…if there was one.
Keeping with its Norse theme, most of the symbols are related to that. Examples are the Gods/Goddesses going by the name of Odin, Loki, Thor, Idun and Freya. They’re joined by symbols such as a necklace, a ring and somewhat bizarrely…a chest of apples. Presumably to help you get some ‘fruitful’ wins.
Unsurprisingly, the Gods are the highest paying symbol with Odin the most valuable of all, followed by Thor. Somewhat unusually for a NetEnt slot, you can secure a win by having just two symbols in a row if it’s Odin, Thor, Freya or Loki. With all the other symbols, you’ll need at least three.
And you don’t need the symbols to necessarily all be in a line. As long as they’re going from left to right, it’s fine if they’re in a diagonal sequence as well.
Above the reels, you’ll see three different amounts displayed: one for the Mega Jackpot, one for the Midi Jackpot and one for the Mini one. Being a Progressive Jackpot, the amount for the Mega one keeps going up as players around the world keep on playing it.
Is pretty scary. It’s a sea monster, only ever occupies reels 2,3 and 4 and expands when it lands, to cover the entire reel. Except there’s nothing to say you can’t have more than one of them on the reels at any given time. Should you be lucky enough to have it appear on two of the reels (better still, all three) then you’re surely onto a big win.
As is the case in most games, it substitutes for all other symbols. Well, except for the Scatter, of course.
The last symbol we need to mention is the Scatter, which in this game is represented by two black crows.
If you get three of them you can look forward to 10 free spins, four gets you 15 and five gets you the maximum amount of 20.
Each and every win secured during the free spins round is tripled so it’s pretty obvious you only need a couple of wins during the free spins to secure a real boost to your bank.
Free spins can be re-triggered, though this is admittedly quite rare.
Unlike a lot of Jackpots, including ones by NetEnt, they’re not randomly triggered as such. And by that, we mean that there are two parts to securing the Jackpot. The first is that you’ll need to get three Bonus symbols anywhere on the reels in order to activate the round. The bonus symbol is represented by a hammer and shield.
Once you’ve got three of those, you’ll be invited to use Thor’s hammer to start smashing down some squares, which is the second part of the process.
If you reveal three of the same Jackpot symbols, you’ll win the Jackpot that relates to it, so either the Mini, Midi or Mega.
It can be done and obviously does happen; that’s what they’re there for. But more often than not you’ll walk away with a chunky cash prize instead. It normally comes to between 20 and 60 times your bet.
Despite this slot has been around for a while, it was only in February 2017 that it was finally available to play at mobile casinos. But now that it’s here, it’s here to stay.
In terms of volatility, it should probably be described as low/medium because that Wild helps you secure plenty of regular wins. That said, it’s normally in the free spins and Pick’em rounds that most of the really big wins arrive and you sometimes have to wait a while for those.
With an RTP of 96.7%, that’s pretty much average for a NetEnt slot.
Hall of Gods has plenty of years under its belt but has certainly stood the test of time. Now that it’s available on mobile devices, it’s got up to speed with the times but the interesting thing is that despite the slot itself being the same as it was when first released, it doesn’t look out of date at all.
The fact that there are three different ways of securing big wins- with the help of a Wild, via the free spins and thanks to the Pick’em bonus- means that you always feel like you’re in the game.
Its Norse theme and quirky symbols are just the icing on the cake of a slot that is just as popular now as when it first entered the market and continues to be a staple slot here at Mr Green Casino.