When you think of Greece you would probably think about the pristine mountains, the glorious Mediterranean islands and of course the various characters from the Greek mythology. Titan Storm is a slot that actually combines all these into one. This NextGen slot has 243 paylines and promises to offer you more than just an exciting theme. Interested? Well, read on.
About the Developer
NextGen is a gaming technology developer based out of Las Vegas, USA. It has been in the software developing business for a long time now and has some blockbuster slots to its credit such as the Cleopatra, Da Vinci Diamonds slots etc.
About the Game
Titan Storm is one of those slot games that catches your attention the very instant you lay your eyes on it. It is that beautiful to look at! The gorgeous backdrop of the mountains and the islands make the perfect setting for the reels. The reels themselves are covered in symbols such as flaming swords, skulls, a beautiful woman, an exploding planet, etc. All seem to have come straight out of some Greek mythological story. The flaming sword and the exploding planet symbols have the highest value, while there are also a couple of bonus symbols in the form of the Titan symbol and the temple symbol. The Titan is the wild whereas the temple is the scatter.
Both the wild and the scatter help trigger the free spin bonus round. Here you get 10 free spins by default. Also, the wild and the scatter combine to act as a substitute for all the other symbols. Moreover, if you land any win with 5 symbols, a multiplier of 5x will be automatically applied to your win. The free spins round can also be re-triggered by landing more scatters.
Titan Storm has 5 reels and 243 paylines. Since there are no fixed paylines here, your chances of landing a win are more likely to happen. The game can be played from as less as 25p per spin to as much as 50£ per spin.
Titan Storm is one of those rare slots that combines everything you need in a slot game in just the right proportion. You have a great theme, some fantastic animations, and some really good gameplay. Nothing much left to ask for, right?