Game Of Thrones Slot Review
Few TV shows have taken the world by storm like Game of Thrones. The massively popular and award-winning series has captivated hearts all over the world since its first episode hit TV screens back in 2011.
In collaboration with its makers, HBO, Microgaming have successfully turned the award-winning series into an equally celbrated five-reel, three-row slot game adventure. It can be played at Mr Green Casino and is available in two versions: Either a 243 ‘ways to win’ version or a 15 pay-line game.
Just like the blockbuster TV series, the Game of Throne slot’s in-game bonus features will have you engrossed in the action. Spin through the mystical land of Westeros and fight your way straight to the Iron Throne.
Choose Your Version
If you’re looking for big wins to bolster your bank balance, the 243 ways Game of Thrones slot is your best bet. The 243 slot game has a higher maximum win amount because when you reel in the highest paying symbol with a 5x multiplier on free spins, you score seriously big wins over the 243 ways.
The 15 pay-line version of Game of Thrones, on the other hand, is far more flexible in terms of betting range. The game allows you to set your betting range between 0.01p and 0.10p, whilst the 243 game version only goes up to 0.02p.
As a newbie and with some Mr Green free spins to play, we’d recommend you take both versions for a spin. You can also try both Game of Thrones versions in play for free mode at Mr Green and test out which version you like better.
Game of Thrones Slot Features
The Game of Thrones slot game explodes with epic, action-packed in-game bonus features. The Game of Thrones symbol represents the wild in the game and is stacked across all reels and triggers most of the big wins in the game.
The Iron Throne represents the scatter and if you reel in two of these, you can watch your wins take flight as you activate the dragon egg bonus round which reveals a fiery Cash Prize.
Hit three Iron Thrones and you’ve struck gold – you get to choose between one of the four houses of Westeros. Choose your house wisely, each represents a particular set of free spins, multipliers and stacked symbols.
Game Of Thrones Slot Review Video
Game of Thrones Slot In-game Bonus Features
Microgaming has done an excellent job of capturing the thrills of the TV series and transforming those ‘must watch’ moments into fantastic Mr Green Casino in-game bonus features.
Choose between the different houses of Westeros which represent different sets of Free Spins, multipliers and stacked symbols. If you are thirsting for an adventure, flip the ancient coin and if it lands in your favour, you will move along the Trail Map featuring a host of creatures that lurk in the streets of Westeros.
Make sure you choose your house wisely, your allegiance could earn up to 75,000 coins in the 15 Paylines version and 121,000 coins in the 243 Ways game.
Game of Thrones Scatters & Free Spins
Pledge allegiance to the house of your choice when you reel in three Iron Throne scatter symbols.
Three scatters activate the in-game bonus round where you can choose between the four different houses of Westeros. Each house in the bonus feature represents a set of different Free Spins, multipliers and stacked symbols. Which house will you choose?
House Baratheon: 8 Free Spins with 5x multiplier and Baratheon symbol stacked to 3.
House Lannister: 10 Free Spins with 4x multiplier and Lannister symbol stacked to 4.
House Stark: 14 Free Spins with 3x multiplier and Stark symbol stacked to 5.
House Targaryen: 18 Free Spins with 2x multiplier and Targaryen symbol stacked to 6.
Game of Thrones Gamble Feature
Risk all or nothing in the Game of Thrones gambling feature and double your wins instantly.
Choose between heads or tails by clicking on the gambling button and with every successful gamble you double your wins and move along the ‘Trail Map’ of Westeros.
Game of Thrones – The Award-winning TV Series
HBO spends about €6 million for the average Game of Thrones episode, that’s about three times more than the cost of an episode of the Big Bang Theory. Most of the costs can probably be attributed to ‘shipping’ the entire film crew from one country to the next.
The most recent Game of Thrones series was filmed in six different countries. Producers have travelled to the United States, Croatia, Morocco, Malta, Iceland and Northern Ireland in quest for the best movie settings.
The Game of Thrones series has won 26 Emmy Awards and was nominated for numerous other awards and just this week the Royal Mail have revealed a new set of 15 first class stamps, all adorned with Game Of Thrones characters and to mark the significant British contribution to the show’s production, will go on sale on January 23rd.