German gaming provider Apparat Gaming invites players to step into the sandals of a legendary commander in their latest slot, "Caesar’s Legions."
The game promises an immersive journey into ancient Rome, where players lead powerful legions in a battle for glory and substantial payouts.
Set against the backdrop of a fierce battlefield with five reels and three rows, "Caesar’s Legions" unfolds with 10 active paylines in the base game. The slot offers players a variety of bonus features to enhance their gaming experience and increase their chances of emerging victorious.
Martin Frindt, Co-founder, and Chief Product Officer of Apparat Gaming, expressed his excitement about the new release, stating, "We came, saw and conquered: Caesar’s Legions allows players to take part in a ferocious battle where big wins, mega wins, and frankly colossal wins could be part of their destiny. This highly volatile game is definitely one of my favourites from our ever-growing portfolio."
One of the key features of the game is the Multiplier Wilds, which bring the grandeur of ancient Rome to life. The "S.P.Q.R" symbols, representing the Roman Senate and People, sweep across the reels, replacing other symbols except Scatters.
These Wilds carry x1, x2, and x3 Multipliers, promising colossal wins when multiple Wilds appear on a payline.
The "Veni, Vidi, Vici" Scatter symbols play a crucial role, triggering 12 Free Spins when aligned across the reels. During the Free Spins round, the battle intensifies, and Sticky Wilds enter the scene. These Wilds, once landed, remain in place with a x3 Multiplier, transforming big wins into legendary victories.
For those seeking an expedited path to the Free Spins battle, the "Buy the Bonus" feature allows players to bypass the base game and head straight to the heart of the action.
Caesar’s Legions stands out as a slot game where players can rewrite history with every spin.
With high volatility, a maximum win potential of 7,100x, and an RTP of 96.23%, the game has been certified for launch in key markets, including Denmark, the Netherlands, Greece, Italy, the Isle of Man, all Malta jurisdictions, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, and the UK.