You will find in many fantasy narratives there is a climactic battle between good and evil, dark and light and all number of binary oppositions as the central theme and Forbidden Throne follows this winning narrative. Behind the reels, a looming mountain peak can be seen bathed in icy blue on one side and a dark red, ominous colour on the other.
The genre of Forbidden Throne is continued through the symbols you will be playing with, whilst the lower value symbols are just gems of different colours the higher value ones reflect the theme of fire and ice, snowflakes and balls of fire. Other fantasy elements are included like a castle, a crown, a spell book and an elf. To go with these symbols a great fantasy soundtrack plays with sound effects as symbols move about the screen and animate as the game is played.
Whilst the graphics transport you to another world the mechanics are a lot more simple in the main game with a standard 5 reel, 3 row slot using up to 40 pay lines to claim wins. For fans of big stake play the betting limit of £/€/$200 is perfect and a minimum bet of £/€/$00.40 accommodates those who don’t want to take such risks.
There is also a random feature available in this slot is the Forbidden Throne Wild, this stackable Wild can appear every spin and turns one of the symbols giant so that it takes over a whole reel. It is possible to land multiple of these and collect 5 reels stacked with wilds.
If the stackable Wilds aren’t enough for players to enjoy then Forbidden Throne also generously features a free spins round. Wins of a possible 30 free spins are available through this feature which perhaps makes up for the lack of extra bonus games. Landing 5 glowing orb Scatters will activate this game, although there are no multipliers in Forbidden Throne the free spins feature can be re-triggered an unlimited number of times.