Troll Hunters – Video Slot

Name: Troll Hunters

Software: Play’n GO

RTP: 96.73%

Minimum bet: €0.20

Max Bet: €100

Jackpot: NO

Release date: 2016/12/13

 

Introduction

Head out on a Nordic journey with the rest of the Troll Hunters and hunt for free spins, multipliers, and golden rune wild symbols! Enjoy an avalanche function and clear the reels to reveal the bonus rounds, and break the icy symbols to defeat the troll for frosty winnings!

How to play

  • 5 Reels
  • 5 Rows
  • Paylines N/A
  • Wilds
  • Win Multiplier
  • Bonus Game
  • Free Game Rounds

There are no fixed paylines in Troll Hunters, and winnings are achieved by landing three or more matching symbols in a row, either horizontally or vertically. Troll Hunters has five reels and five rows.

Bonus features

The Golden Rune Wild symbol

This Wild symbol substitute all other symbols in the game to help form winning combinations. These combinations will be removed after having been collected and other symbols will drop down to create new wins. The Golden Rune symbol will appear on the middle symbol when a winning combination consisting of at least three symbols is removed from the reels. A win multiplier is added and increases by every drop. When all symbols are removed from the reels, a full clear win is rewarded.

Bonus Game

The Bonus Game is activated when a full reel hiding the ‘BONUS’ text is cleared, and the player gets awarded a number of free game rounds. A win multiplier based on the number of cleared reels is set, and wins are accomplished by getting five or more matching symbols anywhere on the reels. All wins in the Bonus Game are subject to the multiplier.

Different symbols will appear in the Bonus feature and the Wild symbol is not part of this new set. Five troll symbols in this feature will trigger additional Bonus rounds (with a maximum of 20 consecutive rounds). There is also one additional round awarded per troll during a winning combination.

 *FUN FACT*

Raising stones with runic inscriptions first started in the 4th and 5th century in Norway and Sweden, and traditionally these were placed next to graves.