Game of Thrones is an epic tale of battles, court politics and… incest? The massively popular TV show can also be enjoyed in slot form, which is great news if you’re a GoT fan. While you may not be able to rule as Queen of the Dragons (though you can easily do that on Queen of the Castle instead), you can vie for your favourite House and see which one rewards you for your loyalty.
Pros & Cons
- It’s Game of Thrones!
- Cool soundtrack.
- Choice of bonus features.
- Lacking the grandiose of the TV series.
- No popular characters appear.
- Gamble Feature doesn’t work on mobile version.
How To Play
You might think that Game of Thrones would be similar to Forbidden Throne – both slots are created by Microgaming after all. However, on this slot, there’s less visual wow factor and more House banners. Still, it’s GoT, so that can be forgiven. With 243 Ways to Win to play with we don’t have to worry about landing paylines but instead collect wins for symbols landing on adjacent reels from left-to-right. Microgaming’s Game of Thrones slot is a nice tidy slot, with the spin button tucked away on the right side of the screen. Above this we find the option to autospin while betting toggles appear below.
For a Game of Thrones slot, the symbols are rather lacking. No Jon Snow, no dragons or other major characters, and this is a bit of a shame. Instead we get the card values, Jack, Queen, King and Ace, along with the House symbols – Targaryen, Stark, Lannister and Baratheon. They’re all depicted by the House animals, for instance Baratheon is a stag, Lannister a lion, Targaryen a dragon and Stark a direwolf. The Game of Thrones symbol is Wild and is used to substitute other symbols to create winning combinations. The Iron Throne is the Scatter symbol and triggers Free Spins when it appears three times or more.
There are a range of Wilds and Free Spins to keep things fresh on this slot.