Zeus is the Greek God themed Slot that has become one of the most popular Vegas Slots of all time.
Zeus features Wilds, Scatters and a re-triggering Free Spins Bonus that can offer up to 100 free spins per bonus round.
The game is based on the G+ engine, which is a line of volatile, mainly free spin-based games with a streamlined interface.
- Wilds remain wild for all symbols except for Feature symbols.
- The paytable reflects the current bet configuration.
- Only the highest winner will be paid per winning combination.
- Line pays must occur on adjacent reels, starting on the left-hand reel.
Click on the + and - buttons beside the coin size display to toggle through the different coin sizes.
The ‘Total Bet’ window will display how much you will wager on each spin. This amount is made up of the number of lines that is displayed in the ‘Lines’ window multiplied by the amount shown in the ‘Bet/2Lines’ window.
Clicking ‘Auto Play’ will spin the reels for a pre-determined number of spins.
Clicking ‘Spin’ will start your game of Zeus.
Wins on multiple paylines will be added together.
The total line bet must be divided equally between each active payline.
The total bet is the number of active lines multiplied by the cash bet on each line.
Only active paylines can register wins.
There are up to 30 paylines available in Zeus.
Landing three or more scattered Feature symbols will trigger the feature.
The number of free spins awarded will be based on the number of scattered Feature symbols.
Clicking ‘Start Feature’ will start your free spins.
Collecting three or more scattered Feature symbols during the bonus round will add additional free spins to the amount remaining.
An alternate set of reels is used during the bonus round - the winning combinations for these reels are identical to those in the base game.
The bet per line and number of active paylines in the bonus round will be the same as in the base game that triggered it.
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 95.97%
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 £95.97 of wins.