Odin will Guide you to Devine Wins in Asgardian God Slot

Norse mythology is weird. Don’t believe me? Well, did you know that Loki once changed into a horse because he liked horses? And clouds, they’re actually the brains of the giant Ymir whose body parts were harvested to construct Earth. Oh, and Odin is a dick. He used his lesser-known son Baldur as a living target for knife-throwing practice.

Journey back to the age of the Vikings to explore the weird and wonderful world of Norse mythology in Asgardian God slot from GameBeat.

The rainbow bridge is a treat for the eyes!

There is something about Asgardian God slot that reminds me of Thunderstruck 2 from Microgaming, which is over a decade old now. But instead of looking dated, the slot gives off a retro feel that makes it feel like a purposeful choice.


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The slot’s reels act as the gateway between Earth and the home of the gods. Each of the slot’s high-paying symbols has a unique animation that accompanies every win combination they are involved in. Additionally, Odin is unencumbered by the reels giving his movement and expansion an almost 3D effect. All this, combined with the cinematic transitions between the base game and bonus features, makes Asgardian God slot one of the most visually appealing that I’ve reviewed in 2022.

The vault of the gods is open

You’ve made it through the gates of Asgard and are peering into the vault of the gods. Are you ready to return to Earth with its divine riches?

During the base game, Odin will act as a wild substituting for other symbols to complete winning combinations. Plus, if the god of gods is feeling in a particularly giving mood, he’ll expand to supercharge your winning potential.

If you’re looking for royal wins, however, you’ll have to grab three or more Yggdrasil tree scatter symbols to trigger free spins.

After a round of free spins is triggered, you are transported to a larger version of the Yggdrasil tree. There then appears to be a shuffle giving you a chance to go to one of the nine realms. However, over the 10 rounds of free spins I unlocked, I only ever went to one of the realms. This may simply be a remnant of an abandoned bonus feature concept.

Once you’ve entered the free spins realm, you’re awarded six free spins regardless of how many scatter symbols you grabbed to unlock the feature. The free spins are, however, retriggerable.


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If you’re looking for wins worthy of the gods, you’ll have to unlock a round of the slots Hold & Win feature. To do this, you’ll need to grab glowing green orbs on three or more reels. Once you do, those orbs will be locked in place, and the rest of the reels will be spun. With each spin, you have a chance to fill another spot with a glowing green orb, each of which has a random cash prize amount. If you go three spins without adding a new green orb to the reels, your Hold & Win round will come to an end.

If you’re not willing to wait for the gods to bestow a bonus feature, you can select to purchase a round of either the free spins or Hold & Win feature. However, don’t forget that the trickster god Loki is always near. You’ll have to make sure you balance the cost of your purchase with the potential for big wins.

Is Asgardian God slot divine or dreadful?

Norse mythology, like most European mythology, has been done to death by slot providers. Case and point, at BitStarz right now, there are eight separate titles with Asgard in the name. What I’m saying is that if you’re going to do it, you need to stand out. And GameBeat has managed to do just that with Asgardian God slot. It’s graphically interesting, and it’s absolutely packed with bonus features.

Things don’t turn sour when we look at the numbers, either. The medium to high volatility isn’t ideal but when it’s paired with a 96.36 RTP rating, you’re sure to make up for your losses if you have the budget to keep spinning. All in all, this is a solid slot that I recommend you go ahead and try for a few spins.

If you’re still keen on exploring the home of the Norse gods, I recommend giving Age of Asgard, Defenders of Asgard, Tales of Asgard: Freya’s Wedding.