Marching Roman soldiers are the background with the number 243 embellished on the pole of one helmeted soldier. The soundtrack is incredibly fitting with a marching band’s drumming and occasional gong clang.
The playing symbols include the cards valued from 9 through to Ace which is cleverly rendered as Roman figures placed on marble slabs. Other symbols include an army of marching soldiers, which is the lowest paying after the playing cards. You also get a silver armoured warrior, golden armoured Centurion and the emperor himself which is the highest paying symbol.
A Golden Eagle is the wild while the scatter is a Golden Wreath. The wild substitutes all symbols except for the scatter and the scatter also triggers the free spins. When you enter free spins by landing three scatters, the screen changes to a battle scene and while in free spins, your wins a tripled too.
While you can trigger more free spins while in free spins mode, the newly added spins do not have multipliers. Three Golden Wreaths give fifteen, four gives twenty while you get twenty-five free spins when you have a full line. It is rather unusual than NetEnt didn’t incorporate a bonus game into one of their top slots since it is one of their latest releases.