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New Games - November 2006

 

ALL ROADS LEAD TO GLORY OF ROME!

Journey back in time and experience the majestic days of the Roman Empire in Glory of Rome - our NEW 5-Reel, 20-Payline, Multi-Coin Video Slot.

Boasting a mighty legion of features, including a Wild and Scatter Symbol plus a Free Spins/Pick X of Y Bonus Feature, this is one game that’s definitely marching in the right direction.

The Supreme Head of Rome, Emperor Julius Caesar, is Wild and substitutes for all symbols except for Scatter.

In addition, a powerful Gladiator is the Scatter and also activates the Free Spins/Pick X of Y Bonus Feature!

The Glory Of Rome Bonus Feature is triggered when 3, 4 or 5 Gladiators appear scattered across the reels. Presented with 9 Shields you must pick 4 and each turns to reveal either a Cash Prize or Free Spins. If Free Spins are revealed, you are rewarded 10 Free Spins and all wins are DOUBLED.

With a coin range of 0.01 to 0.50 and up to 20 coins per payline, a maximum bet of 200.00 can achieve an honorable 50,000 Jackpot (10,000 coins)! This can be boosted further by 8,000 won in Cash Prizes or 100,000 won during Free Spins!

Visit Glory of Rome today and win riches fit for an Emperor!

Glory of Rome Slot

 
 
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