Spartus is a clever, and original video slot machine game which has been designed and developed by the now re-born Sheriff Gaming. The slot is loosely based on the Battle of Thermopylae, and the culture of the Spartans. Spartus is also a stunning 3D slot machine game, and one which should pump up and history buff who loves their slots. Spartus offers 5 reels and 25 paylines to bet on, but you are never going to be able to adjust those paylines. Instead, you can only alter your coin values and line bets. These stem from 0.01 up to 0.50, and you can wager as much as 4 per spin. As with most modern Sheriff Gaming slots, you are looking at minimum and maximum wagers of 0.25 per spin, and 50.00 per spin. With a bit of luck, you can win as much as 5,000 coins with Spartus' non-progressive jackpot.
Spartus contains expanding wild icons, and these can only appear on the second, third, and fourth reels of the slot. These symbols can expand to cover entire reels as their name suggests. The only symbol in the game which these icons cannot replace are bonus symbols.
This slot's most famous feature is the 360º bonus. This feature can see the entire game screen shift, in a 360º manner, giving you an entirely different background to play on. That's not, all. Players can accumulate bonus symbols, and when a metre is filled up, they will pocket bonus cash coin prizes on the reels of the game.
The slot also contains a Wheel of Fortune Mystery bonus feature. In this bonus, when the Spartan Wheel of Fortune symbol lands on the first, and/or fifth reels (but in the middle of each reel), then the bonus round is triggered. In this bonus, players will be greeted with a three-tiered wheel. The first wheel of the bonus offers you an instant cash prize, known as Mystery Bonus Credits. Should an arrow be located, then the player passes on to the second wheel which offers larger prizes. Another arrow will send them to the third wheel, which promises free spins. Any free spins won by the player will be played out once this wheel-based bonus round has ended. It is pretty standard stuff, and most players will have seen this kind of feature before in video slots.
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