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Poseidon's Kingdom Slot

Poseidon – brother of Zeus and Hades, de facto ruler of the oceans – is one of the most famous names in Greek mythology, and now the mighty god’s name has been used by Probability Games for their multi-line video slot. Poseidon’s Kingdom boasts 5 reels and 25 paylines and is set in the murky depths of the sea. You might not stumble across the Titanic on the ocean floor, but your wins could well be titanic – there’s a massive 6,000 jackpot on offer, after all.

The instant-play, non-progressive slot is available to play at a host of Probability-powered online casinos, and can also be accessed from all the usual app stores. If you’re interested in Greek mythology, or even if you aren’t, you can spin the reels in an attempt to take down the house. Intrigued? Then read on for our full breakdown.

Wagering

You can’t expect to explore Poseidon’s lair without a good oxygen tank, but in the multi-line slot game, all you need is some cash to deposit in your betting account. The minimum stake is 0.01 per line, while the maximum is a single credit. At maximum bet then, you can wager 25 credits per spin. Consequently, the slot should appeal mostly to low-rollers and casual gamers rather than those seeking astronomical wins.

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Poseidon’s Lair

In Poseidon’s Kingdom, conventional slot rules apply: all wins are formed from left to right, starting from the furthest reel. Wins are only paid on active lines, and only the highest win per line is paid.

As far as the visuals are concerned, the game is as you’d expect, with the reel grid appearing against a watery blue backdrop. Light shafts shimmer beneath the surface and coral reef in various shades jaggedly sprouts from the sea bed. The control for Lines/Stake appears inside a shell, while the buttons for Spin and Auto Spin resemble shiny stones. At the top of the screen, running tallies record your bank balance and total bet.

Symbols, meanwhile, match the theme perfectly: you’ll come across angel fish, starfish, shells, mermaids, jellyfish, tridents, clams, Poseidon portraits and the usual playing card icons. The icons are brightly-rendered and animate during gameplay.

The clam symbol acts as the game’s wild. This one can appear anywhere across the five reels, and can be used by players to stand in for other images – except for the scatter, that is. Disappointingly, there is no multiplier attached to wins which the wild helps to form.

The Poseidon icon acts as the game’s one and only scatter. Two or more of these on an active line will grant a win, while three or more supplies free spins. You’ll scoop six free revolutions for three, eight for four and 10 for five in a line. All wins during free spins are doubled into the bargain, and the round can re-trigger an infinite number of times. We appreciate those facts, though 10 free spins for five in a line isn’t exactly mind-blowing: some slots we’ve come across grant upwards of 50 free spins for the same number of scatters.

Other than a wild and scatter, it’s business as usual: you just need to find matching combos. The trident symbol is the most lucrative of all, paying out 3,000 coins when five icons are obtained. Of course, this number could double to 6,000 if you hit five tridents during a round of free spins. It’s a bit of a long shot, but the possibility is there.

More modest (and more likely) wins include 5x for three jacks or queens, 20x for four and 50x for five. It’s 75x for five kings. Take a look at the game’s pay-table – accessible from the Information tab at the top of the screen – for a detailed breakdown of all pay-outs.

It’s a Bit Dated

Poseidon’s Kingdom is a decent video slot, but it’s unlikely to attract too many players given its limitations, specifically as pertaining to the lack of a dedicated bonus round. The design is also slightly dated, truth be told, and let’s face it: there’s no shortage of underwater-themed slot games. By all means check out Poseidon’s Kingdom, but don’t expect to witness a reinvention of the wheel.

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