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If history was never your thing, there’s no need to worry as Inspired Gaming’s Centurion Slot is a Roman-themed barnstormer that you can get to grips with without doing any homework. Warm up those gaming paws my friends and buckle up for a totally bananas slot that sports 4 bonus games and 5 modifiers. Let’s go and hang out with our host, Maximus Winnus for a while. That chin of his. Does that look like another part of his anatomy to you or that just me?
If you like this game, then you also have to try the follow up which is called the Centurion Free Spins slot – it’s similar, but with different features.
Look and Feel
The reels are set overlooking Rome. You’ll be imagining that you can feel the breeze blowing in the cypress trees as you soak in the marble columns framing the game. It’s time to dig out that toga and get comfortable my little wombat friends. Togas are basically onesies without zips aren’t they? They’re ideal Wombat Wear, and I would know as I’ve been to some great parties wearing one. That’s when I’m not wearing my turban inspired from the Aladdin’s Loot slot machine – a 25 pay-liner from Genii.
The graphics are top notch with some nice animated moments from the lantern-jawed centurion who is there egging you on. You might want to stand to attention when that blast of trumpets fires off. Stwike him, Centurion!
So let’s head back in time to ancient Rome in the Centurion slot and play out our Roman fantasies over 3 rows, 5 reels and 20 pay-lines, shall we? That’s the same number of lines as the Great Book of Magic slot by the way (also worth a spin). Anyway, let’s take a look.
The game’s logo is the highest value icon, followed by the centurion in his chariot, the famed Colosseum in Rome, two crossed swords and a shield, a plumed centurion’s helmet and a bunch of Roman coins. The lower value icons are the King through Jack of the card deck. I thought card games arrived in Europe from China in the late Middle Ages? Aha! We have you Inspired Gaming.
The word Wild in front of a gold laurel wreath subs for all icons except the Bonus icon, which is the strapping centurion who looks like he spends a lot of time in the gym.
A trio of muscular centurions will trigger a mega sized reel with four different bonus games. Spin the reel and discover your game.
Prizes on Parade will award you multipliers. You will enter a screen with 3 armoured soldiers, flanked by a big centurion. Each soldier will be holding a shield covered in six numbers. Watch those vital numbers, as these are your multipliers which are continually highlighted. You choose when to stop the spinning flashes and you’ll be able to win up to x50 your wager.
Road to Rome
In this bonus, you will use a chess board to travel between a villa and ancient Rome. Play this mini board game by rolling the dice to collect prizes as you go- but watch out as you don’t have long!
Wild Power Spins
You can net 3 free spins with Wilds moving around the 3 middle reels that should help make you a win.
Caesar’s Free Spins
In this bonus, you’ll see two reels. Spin them both to find out what multipliers and how many free spins you will get on your spin that follows.
Hear the chiselled Centurion blows his own trumpet and you’ll get from between 1 and 4 modifiers to boost your chances.
Reelus Maximus sees a large 3×3 icon land on the reels to help make you some of those Roman coins. Big is beautiful, bring it on Maximus!
Then there’s Super Bonus Reels which loads a bunch of bonus icons onto your reels to help bump up your wins.
Five of a Kind does what it says on the tinnie- you’ll get 5 matching icons to generate a win. Kerching!
And finally Big Win awards you a win using the Bonus icon.
The Centurion slot is so jam packed with bonus-spinning extras that your sandals will barely touch the floor. This game is a page out of history with some epic wins tucked away. All you need to do is to trigger the bonuses and land some combinations. Benediximus! That’s Good Luck” in Latin, by the way.
Wombat Score: 4.5 out of 5
What more could a bonus lover like me ask for?