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Legends of Olympia Slot

Welcome to Olympia! In this video game, you'll see where it all began. Historic games that bring out the competitiveness and sportsmanship within us all.  Watch as the world's best all come together and be immortalized by the glory of winning! Let's see if you have what it takes to bring home the golden medal!

Legends of Olympia Slo Game features:

Have you ever wondered how the Olympics came about? Based on the name "Olympics", yes it obviously was the place that started Olympics in classical times. And now you can go back in time when the famous games in history started. This 5-reel, 50-line video slot is just about as exciting as watching the real Olympics!

The expanding wilds are the male and female torch bearers. It's quite fun to watch expanding wilds especially when the animation takes up the whole reel like that. They appear quite often which is good entertainment and good for your chances of winning more. These torch bearers substitute for all other symbols except of course the scatter.

Legends of Olympia Slot scatter is the golden wreath and triggers free spins. Three of these wreaths, on the reels will get you 10 free spins. 4 gets you 15 free spins. And 5 wreaths gives you 20. And what's even more cool is that these free spins have a x2 multiplier which gives you more chances of winning.

Other icons you can see in this video slot are athletes doing other sports such as javelin throwing, long jumping, running, etc. then the three medals: bronze, silver, and gold, and a pot. A player can win over 30,000 coins!


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