The mighty Roman empire may have withered away centuries ago; however, its influence is still prevalent in today's world and no more so that this online slot. Enjoy a somewhat comical version on one of history’s most controversial figures in Ave Caesar, a five reel, twenty payline slot from Leander Games. Players will take a trip to ancient Rome and experience a whole host of extras including four base game modifiers and bonus rounds plus a progressive jackpot.
Ave Caesar is set against a paved square filled with temples, Roman buildings and viaducts where ornate golden reels are placed in front of. Located in the top right-hand corner players can keep tabs on their progressive jackpot.
The four higher-value icons are a legionnaire, a centurion, the game’s logo and a lady. The lower-value symbols are (written in Roman numerals): I, II, III, IV and V.
Caesar himself represents the game's wild, and he will replace all other symbols on the reels to form winning combos except for the bonus icon of SPQR (Senatus Populus Que Romanus).
Bonus Games of Ace Caesar
Triggered by landing three bonus symbols on the first, third and fifth reel; depending on where the icons land will determine which of the four bonus four features players will be awarded to play.
Ave Caesar also has a gamble where players can decide whether they wish to double up by shooting an arrow. If they miss though, players can lose their winnings.
Ave Caesar has some impressive game modifiers, on any spin players can unlock the following randomly awarded modifiers:
The Ave Progressive Jackpot is won randomly on any spin but the higher players bets, the better chance they can win it.
Ave Caesar is one of the most bonus-packed slot games on the market, yet there’s nothing too confusing here for players. Leander Games has packed a considerable amount of gameplay into this Roman adventure. The combination of slick design and a wide range of extras works well here. If ever there’s a Roman-themed slot that deserved to be called epic, then Ave Caesar is it.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring