Set against a gorgeous backdrop with the pyramids in full view, 3 Tiny Gods has a standard 5×3 reel for you to work with. There are also 30 fixed paylines to enjoy with a whole host of themed symbols including the Pharaoh, the Queen, Horus, Anubis and Bastet, with the card suits making up the rest.
The return to player (RTP) percentage is always going to be viewed with a certain level of intrigue based on the financial gain that can stem from it, and this is also true for 3 Tiny Gods. The reported RTP for this one rolls in at 96.40% which leaves it hovering around the average to below-average mark, but with medium volatility, the possibility for smaller yet more consistent wins is definitely on the cards.
You can get started with a nice $€£0.20 minimum stake in this one before working your way up to a tidy maximum of $€£50, and from there, it’s possible to win 5,000x your initial stake.
The theming is fun, the gameplay is slick and the soundtrack puts players on the road to success from the moment you load up the game. That may sound a bit over the top but 3 Tiny Gods clearly has an idea behind it, and we think the developers have come close to nailing it.
The gold wild symbol is one to keep an eye out for as it can substitute itself in place of any and all other symbols outside of the scatter.
Mystery of Horus – at random, two of the three adjacent reels will transform to display nothing but matching symbols on the board.
Gift of Bastet – once again at random, the symbols will rearrange themselves into a guaranteed win on any non-winning spin.
If you land three of the scatters on the 1st, 3rd and 5th reels, eight free spins will be awarded, with the Mystery of Horus also being activated to assist in landing some big wins.
The Wrath of Anubis can also be triggered at random up to four times, too. This will add three free spins and also remove the lowest value symbol from the reels, with the Wheel of Fortune above the reels turning on each and every spin.