” I really enjoyed this slot! It ended up paying out well for me, and it was also a great game and easy to play. The Ancient Greek mythology theme is really cool (you can see for yourself below), and I took full advantage of the game’s awesome bonus features”
Divine Fortune is an online video slot game which is powered by NetEnt: The slot has a Greek mythology theme, and while sometimes themed games are tricky to follow, but I find this one to be pretty straightforward. The game’s graphics are superb, its symbols include creatures such as lions, eagles, a goddess and a Taurus. The key symbol is a winged horse which acts as the “wild” symbol. Overall I really enjoyed the Ancient Greece theme, it made the game more exciting and appealing, without over complicating it.
This game has 5 reels and 20 pay lines, the regular gameplay was pretty standard, but the bonuses were great and really livened it up. It’s a progressive jackpot slot, with some other bonus “features.” By far my favourite feature was the wild re spins. After a wild symbol appears anywhere on the reels, all bet wins are awarded, and each wild symbol shifts down one position. Then a falling wild respin is awarded. I enjoyed this feature the most because the wild symbols landed very often, and they helped trigger other bonuses. Also, it was really easy to collect the coins for the jackpot bonus using the wild re-spins.
Truth be told, it isn’t easy to get regular great payouts from this game. This is due to the non-paying Wild, Scatter and Bonus symbols, together with the very low values of the other symbols. However, after playing for awhile I realized that the best way to get good wins was to get multiple consecutive wins using the wilds re-spins bonus feature. You could also aim for the major or minor jackpot, I once hit the minor jackpot and suffice to say it was a pretty decent payout.
Overall I found it to be a great new release, and I would definitely recommend giving it a try. I wasn’t lucky enough to win the major jackpot, but I’ll keep playing, and who knows?