Caesar's Triumph

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1 Reels 5
2. Paylines 20
3. Progressive No
4. Maximum coins 200
5. Jackpot 150000
6. Maximum jackpot in coins 30000
7. Multiplier No
8. Scatter symbol No
9. Free Spins Yes
10. Betting range from $0.01 up to $1000
11. Coin Bet Range from $0.01 up to $5
12. Coins per line 10
13. Bonus Game No
14. Wild symbol Yes


Upon loading this one, the first thing you spot is the city of Rome and its most renowned landmark- Colosseum. The developers’ team wanted to take us on a time travel to meet one of the greatest emperors of all times. As a matter of fact, he is one of the favorite figures used in creations.

The first impression is rather positive, as one can see that they really put lots of effort to make it resemble the atmosphere back then. If you are into history-themed releases, this one will surely catch your attention.

One might expect a bit more solemn music here, but it sounds rather futuristic, actually. Quite unusual detail, indeed. It surely is intriguing enough to stay with us and see what else is out there in this one.

Betting options and functions

There are 3 rows and 5 reels in this one, with 20 adjustable paylines.

Coin size starts from 0.01 and goes all up to 5.00. You can place from one to ten credits per line.

You can also set “Autospin” option which allows you to set 10, 25, 50 or 100 rounds rolling.

So far, there seems to be no complications or doubts about how to initiate this one. 

Features explained

If you have a Caesar-themed slot, quite expectedly he is among the main symbols, along with a gorgeous woman, a helmet and an instrument. Of course, as in many other games, you will also find classic card deck icons decorated in a way to march the overall design.

An army of soldiers represent the Wild, and it substitutes all the other symbols. In case three or more of them hit the reels, they bring you extra rounds and also work as multipliers.

We could say that this is pretty much it, but…

…luckily it isn’t, because it would be rather sad for a Roman Empire-inspired creation not to be well equipped with more options. “Gamble” feature saves the day! Or not, depends on how you look at it! Anyway, you play against the dealer to either double or collect what you have by selecting the higher of the remaining four cards.

Our take

Some consumers have some particular feelings for themed releases, whereas the others only pay attention to features and options inside. Creating something that would be a compromise between these two worlds seems like an adventurous mission. This seems to be such a thing, at least that’s our impression.

There are many historical elements inside, but it’s a universal subject which is a matter of common knowledge. On the other hand, this particular feature spices the things up, making this one challenging enough.

All in all, the best way to check if we are right is to have a few spins and see for yourself!

by Aleksandra Z Aleksandra

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