Game of Thrones Slot

We are starting to think that everyone in the world has seen Game of Thrones except for us. Based on what we see on social media, it is probably the biggest television show in the world right now. At the time of putting this review together, the penultimate season has just come to an end and we were struck by how short it was – it seemed to start and then end in record time! We are not going to spend too long talking about the show, as this slot from Microgaming is actually based on the books with only slight nods to the show itself. If you are coming into this expecting clips from the show and people warning you that winter is coming then you are going to be disappointed, but as a general slots gaming experience, it is actually pretty good. There are enough nods to the storyline to keep fans interested and a choice of betting setups should also manage to go a long way towards increasing the audience for this game.

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What to Expect

Game of Thrones Microgming SlotThat choice that we mentioned when it comes to betting options actually manifests itself in there being two completely different versions of the Game of Thrones slot on offer at the mobile casinos featured above. Well, we say completely different – the choice comes down to fifteen win lines or 243 ways to win. The look and feel remains the same, but they are indeed two vastly different betting setups by any estimations. We love 243 ways to win, so that is always likely to be the one that we choose, but we can also see why some players would prefer fifteen lines. When you have a big name like this on the books, it makes sense to appeal to as many different players as possible!

The rest of the game remains largely the same no matter what you go for, and that kicks off with stacked wilds. The Game of Thrones logo is the wild card and it can appear in stacks on every reel – or even all of them if your luck is truly in. it is fair to say that we would rather win 243 times than fifteen if such a symbol combination came to pass!

The Iron Throne is the scatter symbol and landing two of them on the board will see players on the receiving end of a consolation prize. A dragon egg appears on the screen and it will award between two and five times your total bet. The reason behind it being a consolation is that you really want three scatters in view, as that is when the free spins bonus round comes into play. First up, players are tasked with siding with one of the houses. Each house will have their respective symbol stacked on the board to varying degrees, and the core difference is the number of spins and the respective multiplier.

Go with Baratheon and you will receive eight free spins where all prizes are multiplied by five. With Lannister, you receive ten free games and all wins are boosted four times over, while with Stark your free spins rise to fourteen and prizes are tripled. Finally, if you prefer more spins and are less bothered about the multiplier then Targaryen is for you, with eighteen spins on offer and prizes simply doubled.

The Verdict

If things are going your way on the board, then it can make sense to go with Baratheon as you might have fewer spins, but the wins from those spins can far outstrip any other round setup. We like free spins, so will usually go with Stark or Targaryen, although we can see why fans of the show might just go with their favourite house regardless of the specific rewards – not a bad idea given that they all work out as pretty even in the end! The Game of Thrones mobile slot does not pay as much fan service as some might have hoped, and we are even expecting Microgaming to return with a new version at some point but, for the time being, this is still a solid game that fans of the show are sure to enjoy.

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