New Slot: Synot strikes lightning with Zeus Wild Thunder

New Slot: Synot strikes lightning with Zeus Wild Thunder

Synot Games’ new slot title, Zeus Wild Thunder, will take players to Mount Olympus, where Zeus, the God of gods, resides. With an RTP of 85.12 to 97.99 percent and a low to medium volatility level, this 54-pay line slot features a framed looped technology that changes symbols into wilds.

Zeus Wild Thunder

The low values are represented by typical A-10 royals, beginning with the title’s symbols. Meanwhile, the more expensive possibilities include a Greek helmet, a bowl of grapes, a harp, Hera, Aphrodite, and a stacked Zeus. Correspondingly, the wild symbol is a blue electric orb that can be used to complete winning combos. The bonus symbol, which triggers the free spins mode, is a Greek structure that can appear on reels two, three, or four.

Moving on to features within Zeus Wild Thunder, lightning symbols in the main game may leave a lightning frame wherever they land – this is referred to as Wrath of Zeus. This frame will be retained for a total of ten spins. Once it reaches the tenth spin, all lightning frames become wilds. Furthermore, if the player lands three or more bonus symbols during the main game, the free spins mode will be triggered. Once in the round, players select the type of feature by clicking on one of the lightning spheres, each of which awards a different number of free spins and wilds.

Key Notes

According to Filip Hlavacek, Chief Delivery Officer Online, Ancient Greece has long been a popular theme in gaming. Only the bravest who chase the booming thunder to the summit of Olympia and endure Zeus’ wrath will be rewarded with Wild riches in their new slot. Collect lightning spheres, which transform positions into wilds on every tenth spin, or benefit from random wilds during free spins in this 54-line new slot.

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