Slingo Maximus: Soldier of Rome

Visit Ancient Rome and try your luck on Slingo Maximus: Soldier of Rome, which comes packed full of bonus rounds and features.

    Slingo Maximus: Soldier of Rome - Game Overview

    There are 12 paylines available on this game.

    The minimum bet amount is 20c, and the maximum bet amount is $25.

    Reelus Maximus

    If you land five Slingos, you unlock the Reelus Maximus Bonus.

    This bonus is played on a five-reel slot, and the first three reels are filled with Colossal symbols. 

    Prizes on Parade

    Three soldiers will appear on-screen during the Prizes on Parade feature, and each soldier will be holding a shield displaying a multiplier.

    A light will move around the first shield's multiplier, and you'll need to hit Stop button to stop the light and win the corresponding prize.

    Land on the arrow and you'll move on to the next shield, which will feature greater multipliers for bigger wins.

    Caesar's Free Spins

    On the Caesars Free Spins round, you can find out how many free spins you'll play with by spinning the first wheel.

    Then, spin the second wheel to see how much the multiplier being applied to your spins will be.

    The Caesar's Free Spins feature will appear further up the bonus ladder as Caesar's Free Spins Red, where the number of spins and multiplier amounts receive a boost.

    Road to Rome

    Activate the Road to Rome feature and you'll be taken to a board game where you get five rolls of a dice.

    Land on the various multiplier amounts across the board to win prizes, and win a large cash prize by making it all the way to Rome.

    Win extra rolls by landing on the dice symbols on the board.

    Like the Caesar's Free Spins Red feature, you can find a red version of the Road to Rome feature, which offers enhanced prizes.

    Wild Power Spins

    You receive three power spins here, and blocks of Wild symbols will be placed across reels 2, 3, and 4 gradually.

    Return to Player 

    Return to Player (RTP): 95.20%. 

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take $100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out $95.20 of wins.