Gothic Slot in Short

Gothic is one of Genesis Gaming’s Ways to win slot games with added Wild and Scatter symbols. Players can look forward to a possibility of a Pick me Bonus Round and payouts of up to 1250 coins. If you want to try out the game before depositing real money you can do that for free in the window above but, keep in mind that only real-money gamblers are eligible to keep their winnings.

Gothic Slot Summary

Genesis Gaming decided to go with a dark theme this time, creating a Gothic-inspired Ways to win game with themed symbols depicting the style of dressing and other stereotypical motifs such as Po’s raven and candles. The golden medallion acts as a Scatter symbol and a bonus game trigger. This icon also carries the game’s biggest potential payout of 1,250 coins. In addition to the scatter icon you’ll be happy to see a Chrystal Ball appearing on the screen acting as a Wild symbol, which can substitute for any standard icon on the reels.

The Ways to win concept allows winning combinations to form anywhere on adjacent reels with same symbols appearing from left to right. Before you spin the reels use the control panel underneath the game to form your preferred betting stake. Players can wager up to 10 coins with values per coin ranging between $0.01 and $1; this can create bets of up to $250 per spin.

Special Features and Bonuses

Three or more Scattered Medallions anywhere on the reels will trigger the Gem Pick feature. You’ll be transferred to a second screen with sparkly gems on the reels. Pick as many as possible before the Collect appears and awards your prize. Each gem can reveal a coin prize.

The Wild Chrystal Ball acts as a substitute on the reels and can count as all other symbols except Scatters. When one or more wilds substitutes in a winning combination, the highest win is paid.

This Video Slot Game is powered by Genesis Gaming Casino Software.


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