Slot developers often start out with one game, and if it does well, they add another to the collection. Just For The Win, the team behind Trojan Kingdom, have done precisely that, although this slot happens to have turned the couple of releases that have gone before into a trilogy. We’ve seen a couple of Kingdom slots from Just For The Win already – Scarab and Amazon, and now players will travel to ancient Greece for this one.
Trojan Kingdom is a slot with five reels and thirty paylines, and players will have a chance to win a top prize worth 10,000x the stake when spinning the reels from between 0.20 and 25.00 per round. In some ways, you could say it’s a pretty standard set-up from Just For The Win, but this is a January 2023 release with loads to offer on the feature front, especially.
And again, it’s worth noting that the collection of Kingdom games from Just For the Win is arguably the best series this developer has put together thus far, and each title has been well received. Smartphone players especially like instalments from the collection because of how well the games look and play on smaller screens.
Like all the genres that Just For The Win have covered in their Kingdom collection thus far, this ancient Greece-inspired title is another that’s popular. So, it’d be very easy for the developer to make a passable slot or one that ticks the necessary boxes.
Instead, however, Just For The Win have gone all out in ensuring the design, in terms of the backdrop and artwork on display, is really up to scratch. This approach also plays out on the game’s five reels, where symbols such as royals J-A can pay up to 1.5x the stake. Higher paying symbols will produce returns of up to 10x, and they are helms, lyres, vases, a man and a woman. There’s also a wild symbol on hand to replace regular icons on the reels.
As players spin the reels of Trojan Kingdom, they’ll notice there is a bonus holder above each of the five reels. Bonus symbols land in view and are added to their respective meters, and when there are three registered, it will trigger the Wild Scrolls feature.
The Wild Scrolls feature is simple in many ways. A scroll or scrolls will appear above the reels and then scroll down and keep extending all the way to cover a reel in its entirety before disappearing from view.
A bonus icon landing in the base game can start up the Queen’s Bonus. When the round becomes active, players will see twelve golden objects and have to try and match three bonus coins. These bonus coins can produce prizes worth up to 10,000x the bet.
The last couple of features in Trojan Kingdom are the free spins features, one being standard and the other super. In the standard offering, free spins icons on reels 2, 3 and 4 will give players unlimited spins and a 2x multiplier, with Wild Scrolls determining how long the round lasts.
Two free spins will trigger the super version of the above, and the differences are that there is a bigger multiplier available, and instead of one Wild Scroll at the outset, there will be two, which is advantageous.
Trojan Kingdom isn't a case of Just For The Win adding another slot to the Kingdom collection to keep up appearances; they've really gone all out to produce what is a fantastic all-round slot. There's some great winning potential, but it's the features that elevate this game to the next level.