Age of Gods Slots

Age of the Gods is a progressive jackpot game that was created by Playtech in 2017, and started to slowly replace the Avengers-branded lost games they used to run earlier in that year. Designed with a completely original visual style, but taking gameplay elements from the long-since-gone Marvel slots, it’s designed to be a suitable replacement that can keep the same experience alive even without the Marvel license. Many of the early Age of the Gods games were actually the existing Marvel games in a new skin, but they’ve started to branch out and develop into their own product as they’ve grown more popular.

As a progressive jackpot game, Age of the Gods boasts four different pots that each have their own jackpot size limits: Power (3 figures), Extra Power (4 figures), Super Power (5 figures) and Ultimate Power (6 figures). You can trigger the jackpot-specific game with any spin and at any wager size, and you’re guaranteed to win one of the four pots each time, with the standard Power pot being the most common.

To win one of the jackpots, you need to turn over twenty gold coins, one at a time, each with one of the pots on their reverse side. Eventually, you’ll reveal three of a kind, and you’ll automatically claim the pot that you got three coins for.

Since Age of the Gods is a collection of games rather than a standalone slot game, not all of them are linked to the progressive system. For example, while Age of the Gods Roulette is attached despite not being a slot game, some of the newest games won’t have full progressive functionality yet and count as a completely separate experience.

Progressive Jackpot Games under the Age of the Gods Umbrella

Below are all of the games in the Age of the Gods collection that are connected to the jackpot network.

Age of the Gods

The original Age of The Gods was the first of the games to release, and is a re-skinned version of the original Avengers slots back when Playtech had the Marvel license. It’s a regular slot game with 20 paylines and a standard RTP of around 94.03%, making it one of the most basic games under the Age of the Gods name. The bonus feature is triggered in the same way as many other slot games – you need to get at least three scatter symbols, which opens up a gold coin game.

Get three coins with the same God on the rear side, and you’ll activate their special feature as well as earning nine free spins to use. Once those spins are used up, you’ll go back to the gold coin game and have a chance to activate another God’s bonus. If you get a Hades coin, the game ends, but you keep any money you’ve earned along the way.

Age of the Gods: Furious 4

Furious 4 is very similar to the original Age of the Gods, and has similar origins – it used to be the Fantastic 4 slot game. The RTP is slightly slower at 93.88%, and the bonus round is triggered in the same way. However, the bonus game itself is different.

Once activated, you’ll get twelve free spins, and the middle reel will become stacked with God symbols. Each God has a special bonuses: Apollo gives you expanding Wild symbols and 4 extra free spins, Pandora gives you bonus stakes and multipliers and 4 special free spins, Prometheus gives you 4 spins on his special middle reel and locks certain spaces with his own Wild symbols, and Atlas gives you 3 free spins while also freezing his Wild symbols in place if you get them.

Age of the Gods: King of Olympus

Based on the old Iron Man 2 game, King of Olympus has 25 paylines and a 94.99% RTP. Triggering the bonus round gives you 20 free spins with an x2 multiplier (which increases with every two spins used) plus a wild symbol locked into the middle of the board.

Age of the Gods: Prince of Olympus

Prince of Olympus is based on the old Hulk game, and shares its 25 paylines with King of Olympus. However, its RTP is slightly lower at 93.83%, which is offset by the three bonus features.

The first, the Hydra bonus, gives you the option to fire arrows at different hydra heads for a cash bonus and choose a head for an extra multiplier. It’s triggered by getting Hydra symbols on the first and fifth reels.

The second, Herculean Strength, activates under multiple conditions: if he appears in the middle of reel three, or on the second and fourth reels. In the former case, he gives you two respins and locks the middle reel, and in the other, he fills the middle three reels and gives you one respin.

The third feature is a standard bonus round triggered by three or more scatters, which simply gives you ten free spins and a 3x multiplier on whatever you win.

Age of the Gods: Goddess of Wisdom

Goddess of Wisdom replaces Elektra with Athena, giving you an RTP of around 94.87% and 20 paylines to work with. The bonus round contains three sub-bonus modes: you choose one of the high-value symbols and get a different combination of Wilds, free spins and multipliers depending on the one you choose.

Age of the Gods: Fate Sisters

Fate Sisters is based on the Iron Man 3 slots, and uses a standard 25-payline system along with an RTP of 92.95%. It’s focused on Lachesis, Clotho, and Atropos, who all have their own special bonus prizes: 10 free spins and locked Wilds, 8 free spins and random Wilds or 15 free spins and a special dynamic multiplier.

Age of the Gods: God of Storms

God of Storms is the first one in this list to not be based on an existing Marvel slot game, which you can tell due to the slightly different feel and gameplay it has. 25 paylines and an RTP of around 96.14% (if you include the jackpot) work alongside two different Wild symbols, which work in different ways.

The Ship Wild symbol triggers a Wild Wind Respin feature every time it fills a reel, which makes the titular God of Storms appear and blow the ship to the right. Each time it lands on a new reel, you get an extra spin and an increased multiplier, until it’s blown off the board entirely.

Age of the Gods: Medusa and Monsters

Medusa & Monsters is another different game, using a strange 5-reel arrangement where not all reels are the same height. Some are six symbols high, while others are seven, opening up a total of 164 possible paylines!  The 96.09 RTP (with jackpot) means that it’s still likely to pay out often, and the minimum spin value is only 50p.

Getting scatter symbols on the second, fourth and sixth reels trigger the bonus, where you get to pick from a variety of shields, each with a valuable symbol behind it. The symbol you choose will stick in its current reels and you’ll get six free spins, as well as a stacked-up Medusa Wilds symbol that moves backward across the reels with each spin.

Age of the Gods: Ruler of the Sky

Ruler of the Sky has a whole 40 paylines that you can win from, with an RTP of 91.04% – the lowest in the collection, but still higher than many other available games on the internet. The bonus round occurs when you trigger three scatter symbols on the middle reels, which adds five free spins and brings more Pegasus Wild symbols onto the reels. You can trigger them over and over again with no delay to eventually fill the entire screen with these Wilds, but it takes some lucky playing.

Age of the Gods: Roulette

Age of The Gods Roulette is obviously a roulette game, but adds its own special purple space to the wheel. If you bet on this space and win, the bonus game is activated, which is similar to a 3-reel slot machine. You’re guaranteed to win something from it, so there’s no way to lose or waste the bonus. The RTP is around 95.73%, which is a decent RTP for a roulette game.

Since it doesn’t have the normal methods of activating the progressive jackpot, the coin game can activate randomly on any spin. This means that getting it takes time, but it can activate even if your bet loses.

Age of the Gods: Rulers of Olympus

Rulers of Olympus is another completely original Age of the Gods slot game. This time, it’s a five-reel, 25-payline setup that focuses on two gods, Zeus and Hera. The RTP is around 95.05%, if you include the jackpot as with some other games.

Zeus moves from left to right and Hera moves from right to left, with the special bonus triggering when they touch. This causes Zeru and Hero to fight in the Battle for Power bonus round, with the loser being pushed off he reels and leaving behind Wild symbols. It ends whenever a Zeus symbol turns up.  You can also trigger a free spin bonus Age of the Gods: Rulers of Olympus round under certain circumstances, too.

Age of the Gods: Mighty Midas

Mighty Midas takes a 40-payline slot design and adds the Midas Touch, its signature gimmick. Whatever symbol the hand is pointing to turns into a Golden Wild, along with all other symbols of that time (or, if it’s already a Golden Wild, it makes all existing ones gain a x2 multiplier). One this happens, the hand vanishes and more symbols roll down to replace it, which can potentially include another hand symbol if you’re lucky.

The Midas Touch symbols can only appear on the third and fifth reels. However, scatter symbols can appear anywhere, and can trigger multiple different bonuses: cash prizes, free spins or even a spin-able wheel that gives you a completely random bonus. It’s worth mentioning that the RTP of this game is a huge 96.34% if you include the jackpot – one of the highest in the entire Age of the Gods line.

Age of the Gods: Ruler of the Seas

Ruler of the Seas in both a 30-line slot game, a 60-line slot game, and a 90-line slot game, depending on the bonus activated. Its RTP is somewhere between 65.42% and 96.41%, since the experience is semi-random every time.

When you get enough scatter symbols to trigger a bonus, you’ll activate one of five different Feature Frames, each with their own bonuses and rules. Some will give you free spins and expand the numbers of lines, others will change what different symbols are or add locked symbols to the reels, and one even turns all of a certain symbol into a Wild space.

Age of the Gods: Apollo Power

Apollo Power is a back-to-basics slot game with six reels and 50 paylines, as well as a high RTP of 96.47%. The game only has one bonus, which triggers when you get a Blazing Wild symbol on one of the reels: the symbol moves one space at a time and locks in regular Wild on its path, moving randomly until it touches its own trail.

Since this is entirely random, you can end up covering half the board or doubling back and only getting two Wilds. This makes it one of the most unpredictable bonus features in the entire Age of the Gods lineup.

Other Games under the Age of the Gods Umbrella

Not all Age of The Gods games work with the progressive jackpot – some are entirely separate, or haven’t been connected to the network yet.

Age of the Gods: King of the Underworld

King of the Underworld has a high RTP of 96.02% and 20 paylines, with a minimum stake value of just 1p per line. There are two possible bonus rounds, which award different cash prizes and multipliers based on which one you activate. They have different names (Thread of Fate and Gates of Hell), but are both triggered by getting three of a certain symbol, and don’t affect the gameplay too much.

Age of the Gods: Athena vs Ares

Athena vs Ares is similar to King of the Underworld, but with 25 paylines and a lower RTP of 92.03%. The main bonus is a three-on-one duel where the player “fights” enemies, getting a multiplier for each one they defeat. There’s also an exploding reels mechanic, which can cause symbols to get replaced at any moment.

Age of the Gods: Lord of Lightning

Lord of Lightning technically has a progressive jackpot, but it’s only a local one – it doesn’t tie into the larger progressive total, and it’s exclusive to this game. The RTP is around 93%, with 1% of players getting the jackpot itself.

The gameplay is simple – it’s a standard five-reel slot game with scatter symbols that award free spins. The jackpot is awarded randomly no matter how much you but, but you need to pay £2 to get the full amount – the minimum stake is only 5p, but you’ll get a small percentage of the total jackpot if you win.

Age of the Gods Bingo

Age of the Gods Bingo is self-explanatory – it’s a bingo game with a bonus round inspired by the original jackpot, although it has no connection to said jackpot itself.

Where can I play Age of The Gods games?

Age of the Gods, as a whole, is spread across multiple sites, and not every site hosts all AotG games. However, they’re popular enough to track down quite easily online.