Couldn't get enough of the first installment of the first Medusa and so you have decided to come back for more and to check out Medusa II? We cannot say we're familiar with the feeling, but we would understand if you tried this one out instead, as it does offer some things which the first installment does not. It has four bonus features in addition to the 243 win ways bonus, 5 reels, and the ancient Greek theme, of course.
The stronger element of this game is definitely the gameplay. That's because it has more features than Medusa herself could turn to stone. The most unique of the bunch is the locking wilds feature. It's possible for the three middle reels to lock and spin together with parallel symbols, raising your winnings quite a bit. Gamers also benefit from this if they manage to get into the free spins bonus, which occurs when three or more scatters come up. 10 free spins are awarded. There's another type of wild: the random wild. If a soldier appears after a winning spin, watch Medusa turn him into stone for you to win big. The last two features - the 243 win ways and the gamble bonus - are probably more familiar.
The weaker element of this game is the presentation. Although the theme is executed well and the music is good, the overall graphics are rather average. Moreover, the effects are also nothing to write home about.
The trick here is not to look at the Medusa, for you will turn to stone if you do. No, that's not true. What you actually need to do here is simply make your ante wager and then spin the reels to get the action going. You can toggle things like the music using the buttons in the lower left-hand corner, while the lower left-hand corner holds the spin button.