The Golden Owl of Athena Slots

I know I have said it many times, but The Golden Owl of Athena is another stunning example of the creators who design Betsoft Slots. If you have been or still are a fan of Xena: Warrior Princess you will remember the scene in which Xena kills Athena. This Ancient Greek theme-based slot is fabulous, and although it has card symbols, you have to take in the entire visual experience of this game. The background is fantastic, and the symbols totally reflect the title. Even the beautiful Athena would agree to that.

About the Game

Before you even begin, we recommend you read the pay table as it contains the symbols, payouts, special features, and general rules of the game. There is a Double Up button and the Auto Play button in this game. You can choose to use them or not. Moreover, players will thoroughly love the fact that the max bet is only $10 per spin, which will attract them to this game even more.

Playing the Game

Athena is the high value symbol and if you get all five of her you will win 5000. There are also mid value symbols and low value symbols in this game. The Golden Owl of Athena is the keeper of sacred knowledge and when you get three or more on the reels, you will unlock the Wisdom of Free Spins. Now that’s a nice way of putting it! The free spins are awarded as follows:

Get 3 Owls to win 8 free spins Get 4 Owls to win 12 free spins Get 5 Owls to win 20 free spins

The Golden Owl also brings Insight. It also brings scatter wins and is wild for all other symbols. The scatter wins are as follows:

5 Owls pays out 2000 4 Owls pays out 200 3 Owls pays out 20

Free Spins Bonus Symbol

During the free spins round, a single symbol will be chosen at random. If enough of these symbols appear on the reels, they will expand and award Bonus wins. In addition, if two special symbols appear during the base game, you will be awarded a bonus win. All payouts are multiplied by the line bet.

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This is a highly valued game perhaps because of its theme, or perhaps because like Cleopatra, Athena also played a major role in historical Greece.