Divine Fortune comes with an ancient Greece theme. There are plenty of slots available that pick up Greek mythology, but it’s not as common a theme as some others.
Divine Fortune comes with an ancient Greece theme. There are plenty of slots available that pick up Greek mythology, but it’s not as common a theme as some others. Whilst it’s graphically nicely done, it’s not the most visually outstanding slot in NetEnt’s portfolio. Still, its classic look is quite attractive. On the reels you’ll find Medusa, the Minotaur, the Nemean Lion, a Gryphon and Greek style playing card symbols from Jack to Ace. Pegasus is the wild symbol in the game and the golden Pegasus coin is the bonus symbol. At last there’s also a free spins symbol.
The Medusa is the highest paying symbol of all. You’ll get 600 coins when you spin her five times onto a payline. The Nemean Lion follows with 400 coins in such a combination and then the Minotaur, which is worth 300 coins. The Gryphon is worth 200 coins in a 5-of-a-kind win.
In the main game you can look forward to the Falling Wild feature. Here you will get a re-spin when a wild appears on the reels. The wild will move one position down (as in it will fall) for that re-spin. Should the wild be in the top position of the reel, you’ll get two re-spins until the wild has ‘fallen’ off the reel on the third spin.
There’s also the Wild on Wild feature. Though it is rare, it can appear on occasion. If a wild appears and triggers a re-spin, a second wild can fall behind it and then expand to cover the whole reel. Once again the wilds will then fall down one position after another in consecutive re-spins until they have fallen off the reel.
The free spin symbols needs to appear 3, 4 or 5 times in order to award 5, 8 or 12 free spins, respectively. Whilst that’s not an awful lot of free spins, the kicker here is that any wild will expand on the reels, there’s no need for one wild to land on top of another for this to happen. That offers up more possibilities for wins.
Finally, since this is indeed a jackpot slot, there’s a way to trigger the jackpot game. You’ll need three or more jackpot symbols on the reels during the main game. The more symbols you catch, the better, because they’ll be spaced out on the reels and each get assigned a coin prize of 10 to 200 times your bet. Also, you get a free spin for every coin you catch and during that free spin you either get blank symbols on the reels or coins, which come with instant coin wins. The three jackpots are won by hopefully completing rows of coins to trigger the jackpots. One row of coins will give you the Minor Jackpot. Two rows of coins will give you the Major Jackpot and three rows of coins, i.e. a full screen of coins, will trigger the Mega Jackpot. The higher your stake, the better you chance at triggering the Mega Jackpot.
The return to player (RTP) rate of Divine Fortune is a theoretical 96.59%. That’s a decent value, especially for a progressive Jackpot slot. Divine Fortune is a pretty solid slot. There’s lots of action with wilds in the main game, you get free spins and then there’s the chance to win three jackpots as well. This is a local jackpot, mind you, which means only players at a given online casino pay into the jackpot rather than players across the network of casinos where the slot can be played. As such wins won’t grow into the millions, but a few ten thousand or more is entirely possible. If you love jackpot slots, then you should give Divine Fortune a chance as well.
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