Parthenon: Quest for Immortality
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Overview Parthenon: Quest for Immortality
Free online casino games don’t come any more epic than this one created by NETent in terms of style, prizes and theme. To start with, the title couldn’t get any more extravagant if they tried – ‘Parthenon: Quest for Immortality’ sounds pretty full-on. Players are playing this game for ‘Immortality’ no less. However, I think this is more a metaphor for going down in history as one of the big winners of the game, rather than NETent actually being able to bestow you with the power to stave off death.
NETent seems to have gone for a pretty homogenous Ancient Greek theme here, however, there is a central narrative of players being challenged to overcome the Gorgon Medusa to win access to the Parthenon. In the game you are greeted with the stock Greek myth characters of Zeus, Athena, Medusa and Pegasus, so its safe to say the theme is a bit more Disney’s Hercules than anything too academically tied to the ancient scripts of the Greek culture.
When it comes to bonus content, Parthenon: Quest for Immortality has quite the range. This includes a cascade or ‘avalanche’ feature, transforming symbols, wilds and a great free spins round which is accompanied by multipliers.
Theme and Symbols
As we have mentioned, Parthenon: Quest for Immortality is all about the tropes and stories of Ancient Greece and their mythological tales. The Parthenon as you may well know is the famous temple that honours all the Gods of all Ancient Greece – Pan meaning ‘all’ and Theon meaning ‘Gods’. Admission into the Parthenon was symbolic of becoming an established god. Hence why NETent implies that players are questing to be entered into it.
In terms of the background for the base game, the reels sit high in the clouds in an ethereal atmosphere that in its softness sets off the hard granite of the playing board excellently. In the distance to the right-hand side of the reels, you can see the Parthenon Temple itself, sitting atop a particularly robust looking cloud. When the free spins round is activated, however, day turns into a mysterious night, the background now twinkling with stars and galaxies.
The board has been constructed to look much like the entrance to the temple with columns and an engraved pediment. To the left of the reels is a marble statue of Zeus, resplendent with a gold crown, holding his trademark lightning bolt. To the right is Athena, Goddess of Wisdom, she holds a spear and a shield, the latter of which displays your free spins tally.
Low-value symbols for this game are playing card values from 10 to A styled in a Greek/Roman font that fits with the surrounding architecture. The other symbols include a trident (chosen weapon of Poseidon), a snake, Pegasus (the winged horse) and Triremes (the ships). However, the most valuable symbol in this game is Medusa. She pays 40x your stake for 6 in combination. In addition, there is a Wild (that sets of fire when it is triggered). The free spins scatter is the golden tablet labelled ‘free spins’.
Parthenon: Quest for Immortality is played on a 6-reel playing board with varied row sizes. There are 10,000 ways to win this game. To score a win, players must match 3 or more of the same symbols in paying formations across the reels from left to right. However, with Medusa symbols, you only need 2.
The betting range for Parthenon: Quest for Immortality is 20p to £200 per spin. To change the stake levels, players can use the tool located on the bottom left-hand corner of the screen that looks like a pile of coins. All of the game’s customisation tools and the spin button itself are located at the bottom of the screen. These controls also include the auto spins option.
For the paytable and other information, players should click on the small ‘I’ sign just to the left of the bet level adjustor.
The return to player percentage for Parthenon: Quest for Immortality is 96.2% which is a touch better than average. The volatility is rated in the higher end of the range. The maximum win that is achievable for this game is a massive 60,000 x you stake.
There are plenty of excellent features available for this game for players to get their teeth stuck into.
The first and perhaps the most frequent in appearance is the Avalanche feature. This feature under the name of either cascade or avalanche is a very popular feature amongst designers at the moment. What it means is that when players trigger a winning combination, the symbols that contributed to that win are immediately destroyed and replaced by new symbols. This gives players more chances to score consecutive wins from the same spin. The feature ends when a new combination does not trigger a win.
The second feature is called the Wild Generation Zone. If a winner has any symbols which are located in this designated zone on the board, they are transformed into wilds and remain on the board for the next avalanche. With these wilds added to the board, you are much more likely to trigger wins and thus more avalanches, creating a brilliant winning momentum.
The third feature is the Free Spins feature. To trigger the free spins round players must land 3 or more of the scatter symbols on the board. The minimum number of free spins you can be awarded is 8 for landing 3 scatters. For every scatter landed over that threshold, an extra 4 will be added to your total. Whilst inside the free spins round players can also continue to add to their tally by landing additional sets of 3 scatters on the board at the same time. This will give you an additional 2 spins. There is no limit to how many you can earn in this way.
Lastly, the Free Spins round comes with a multiplier feature. The base multiplier is 1x, yet for every symbol that is transformed into a wild, the multiplier will grow by 1x. The limit for the multiplier is 20x.
With epic visuals, an amazing game board and a top prize that is difficult to believe, Parthenon: Quest for Immortality is a slot that has it all going on. Especially exciting is the fact that cascades, the multiplier bonus and the wild transformation feature, are all active when within the free spins round.
Frequently Asked Questions Parthenon: Quest for Immortality
What is the avalanche feature?
The Avalanche feature was created by NETent in 2010 and was first used in their game Gonzo’s Quest. It means that after scoring a win, the winning symbols are replaced by new ones from above, giving you another chance at forming a win from the same spin.
Can I play Parthenon: Quest for Immortality on my phone?
Yes, Parthenon: Quest for Immortality is optimised for all types of device including mobiles tablets and desktops.
When will Parthenon: Quest for Immortality be released?
Parthenon: Quest for Immortality is scheduled for release in June of this year 2021.
What is the RTP for Parthenon: Quest for Immortality?
The return to player percentage for Parthenon: Quest for Immortality is 96.2%.
What is the volatility rating for Parthenon: Quest for Immortality?
The volatility for Parthenon: Quest for Immortality is rated at the very high end of the spectrum.
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