It’s rare that a bonafide deity pays you a visit these days, even rarer for that individual to be a Greek Titan, so you’d be forgiven for rubbing your eyes this October if you visit a Microgaming casino to see not one, but two towering Titans sitting astride the kingdom of slots.
The two Titans of the Sun Games, Hyperion and Theia, share many similar features and a very similar design but there are differences between the two. In this review, we’ll be focusing on the many different features of the superb (and bigger jackpot) Theia slot.
Titans of the Sun Theia is a 5×3 reel slot that boasts 15 paylines. These paylines are fixed, but you can bet as little as 0.01 per payline for a minimum spin cost of 0.15. Higher rollers can of course drastically increase that price per spin as they see fit.
The usual playing card low symbols are across the reels as are a number of beautifully realised symbols to do with Theia and her life and times. Set against a Greek Mediterranean backdrop, this is a beautifully designed slot that is a feast to watch as it is to play.
The Titans of the Sun Theia slot is also packed with features. There’s the usual Wild symbol which substitutes for all high and low symbols, but not scatters, to help create winning paylines. There’s also a fantastic new feature called a Mystery Symbol, which is stacked 6 symbols high in the base game (up to 7 high in the free spins round). When landed, the Mystery Symbol turns into just one single symbol to help create winning paylines.
You enter the 15-free spins round by landing three or more scatter symbols across the reels and although free spins cannot be retriggered, you do receive a 2x multiplier for all wins achieved in this round.
In addition, Theia herself is stacked right across the reels and if you land her adjacent to another stacked Theia, then the two symbols will merge to form a Mega symbol and award you even greater wins.