Valhalla was, of course, the dwelling place of the brave warriors, where they could fight and drink as much as they wanted and have enough fun. For some reason, Norse myths have always been popular. As such, they are frequently encountered in comics, movies, books, songs, video games and yes slots. More than a few of such slots have been made by Eyecon, with one of these being up for review. Known as the Champions of Valhalla slot, this is a simple affair that still manages to get a wide audience.
Read on and get to see what it is like.
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The Champions of Valhalla slot has 5 reels, 3 rows and an equal number of paylines. The graphics here are solid and colourful, but pretty much unremarkable and there’s barely enough eye-candy.
The backdrop to this slot features a scene that defies belief. It shows rocks floating in the clouds, with the landscape not appearing particularly friendly to life.
The reel set is set within a structure of some kind, with unknown writings at its base and the heads of helmeted warriors at the top corners. The featured icons are all theme-related as they should be and are not particularly well detailed. These icons include a drinking horn, swords, helmets, battle axe and images of Odin, Freida and a berserker.
There are also wild and scatter icons in place. The wild takes the place of all other icons apart from the scatter icon. The scatter is represented by an image of a golden shield and triggers the supported free spins bonus round.
- Free Spins - to trigger this Champions of Valhalla bonus, players are required to land at least a trio of scatter icons on the centre reels. When these are done 9 free spins will be awarded, with extra ones waiting in the wings till extra scatters are landed.
- Sticky Wild Bonus - should a rune show up on the 3rd reel, this triggers a bonus that changes some icons into sticky wilds for enhanced winning chances.
The Champions of Valhalla slot is set for release in the middle of this year. It is simple, and simply not as feature-packed or graphics-crammed as most of its peers.
Author: Karen Macarthur
Posted On: 28/08/2019