Gods of Gold Infinireels is a video slot from NetEnt with at least three reels and up to 3,486,784,401 ways to win. Released in May 2020, this game can be played at online casinos such as Rizk, Maria Casino or Casumo.
Gods of Gold Infinireels comes with a theme that reminds us of 1,0001 Nights. It’s definitely Middle Eastern, though there is no specific character attached to it, so no Aladdin or Ali Baba or Scheherazade herself. Still, the Arabic inspired soundtrack is well done, and the graphics are well executed as we expect from NetEnt.
We’re in a dark cavern or somewhere in the dungeons of a palace, where the treasures are kept away from prying eyes and thieving hands. On the reels, we find four somewhat generic gemstones, a frowning owl, an aggressively grinning bull, a smug-looking queen and an angry king. None of these characters look charming or winsome, so we don’t mind if they lose some and the coins land in our pockets.
The large W wild comes into play when the Infinireels are activated and we get at least four reels. We start out with just three reels and three rows and 27 paylines. We do need a minimum of three matching symbols on one of these paylines to create a win, though.
The scatter is the pearl.
You can play this game from 0.20 to 200.00 per spin.
Infinireels are a novel feature, though they have not been invented by NetEnt. That honour belongs to Austrian developer ReelPlay, who first introduced it in their slot El Dorado.
Be that as it may, we are starting of with 3 reels and if a winning combination of three matching symbols lands, a fourth reel is added, which hopefully lands on further matching symbols or a wild. As long as that is the case, new reels keep getting added.
To keep at least a bit of an overview as the reels keep extending beyond the visible screen, there is a Mini Map below the reels, which sort of gives us a schematic of the reels and current wins across the paylines. We can also see wilds and scatters on the reels. A symbol counter on the right-hand side also helps us keep track of the current wins.
In theory, we could get well over 3 million ways to win as the reels keep expanding seemingly indefinitely.
At the end of an expansion, when no new matching symbols or wilds land on a new reel, we can also get a re-spin, which could land us more matching symbols or wilds and continue the reel expansion. Or we get a Multi Slam, which randomly adds 2 or 3 reels at the end, which guarantee a win but end the feature.
Three or more scatters anywhere on the reels give us 10 free spins to start with. Each additional scatter on the reels adds +5 spins to the counter. As the Win Spins play out, each additional scatter will add further spins to our counter.
During the Win Spins, above features continue to play out but now every spin produces a win. Sometimes only a small one for two or three further reels, sometimes it continues a little longer. And your chances at collecting more spins are also not bad. You can easily end up playing 20 or more Win Spins here.
The theoretical RTP (Return to Player) of God of Gold Infinireels is 96.21%, which is solid especially since this slot comes with a medium to high volatility. Wins are not super frequent but not super rare either. They are often quite small, however. So, even when you end up playing 25 Win Spins, you may only end up with 40 or 50x your stake.
Bigger wins are definitely possible, of course. The game offers up a potential of 25,000x our stake, which is excellent. Realistically, you can hope to see between 500x and 2,000x your stake in a single win, however.
All in all, Gods of Gold is a good-looking slot that is fun to play. At least for a while. The novelty of the gameplay will wear off sooner rather than later, especially if wins are only on the middling site. Still, it’s a solid game for you try and certainly something a little different initially.
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