If you love to march in time with your pals or simply can’t get enough of shiny armour and muscular companions then, you’ve landed slap bang in the middle of Roman times. Get your kicks in Centurion Free Spins slot. Another game in Inspired Gaming’s Centurion series, along with their original Centurion slot and Centurion Megaways, both available at Wombat Casino.
Inspired are the people behind games like the Santa King Megaways slot, Tin Can Cash and lots more, all available at Wombat Casino. They are big in land-based casinos too.
This game offers Stacked Symbols, Free Spins and 4 bonuses. And just in case you feel the need to put the pedal to the metal, there’s that classic Fortune Bet feature. Thank you Inspired Gaming, lots of slot extras which is the right recipe for this play hungry Wombat!
Look and Feel
This game is bulging with more than just muscles: this Roman slot is a riot of colour and fancy graphics. And of course, the centurion of the game’s title is pretty stacked too! Have you seen the size of his biceps? Almost as big as mine, this game piqued Mrs Wombat’s interest pretty quickly.
The red and gold reels are set in regal splendour against a blue background. To the right of the reels, you’ll notice a randomly placed bush, this gives our soldier cover when he needs to hide. The whole look is swanky enough to please an Emperor, let’s hope it delivers the game play to go with it.
Centurion Free Spins Slot Game Play
Talking of game play…….the Centurions Free Spins slot marches on 3 rows, 5 reels and 20 paylines. So double the number that you will see on the Super Fruits Wild slot, which should give you an indication of how this game plays.
The brassy and bold gold and purple game logo is the highest value icon on the reels. 5 of these on an active payline will swell your gold pouch by a juicy 500 coins. Next up is huge centurion in his chariot with a team of white horses, followed by the imposing Colosseum, a Roman landmark that even this wombat’s has clapped his eyes on. The mid-range icons include a pair of crossed swords, a shield, a coin and a crazy big centurion’s helmet with a feather.
The standard King through Jack of the card deck, are the lower value reel symbols.
The Wild is a bold red with a golden laurel head wreath and subs for all icons except the Free Spins icon. Keep those beady eyes trained for the Free Spins symbol, the centurion with his chariot and the words, Free Spin.
Race 3, 4 or 5 of the Free Spins chariot on the reels and unlock the big money in this humdinger.
Of course, the number of Free Spins depends on how many Free Spin icons you land to trigger the feature.
3 icons will set the feature under sail with 8 Free Spins. 4 symbols will set you up very nicely with a beefy 12 Free Spins, while 5 icons will generate a 16 free games fit for an emperor for you.
What did the Romans ever do for us? Well, quite a lot actually, and because Romans love to improve our lives, (well, mostly) they have kindly arranged for more of the game’s logo to land during this mode. And, better still, the icons land stacked for extra winning oomph!
Foursome of Fun
At random, the centurion can spring out from the bush at the foot of the reel set. When he does, he brings a bonus which can come in 4 different forms.
Big Win sees the solider acting generously by generating a big win, using the game’s logo.
Reelus Maximus could provide an eyeful of cash. 1 icon will be chosen to land in colossal size to boost your chances.
Super Bonus Reels is a mechanism to get you into the Free Spins game. You will see an extra dose of Free Spins logos added to the reels to increase your sporting chances.
And 5 of a Kind promises you a win using 5 icons to make up a winning combination.
Wombat Towers could so easily have been the palace of an Emperor, I confess I do love a dollop of Roman-themed fun. With 16 free games with stacked symbols and 4 different bonuses to bring home your big wins Centurion Free Spins slot is a blast that I thoroughly enjoyed.
Wombat Score 4.5 out of 5
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