Play'n Go Releases 'Ring of Odin' Slot

Casino game designer Play'n GO has launched their newest game 'Ring of Odin', which transports players to the world of Asgard where they will attempt to win a huge pile of gold.

Ring of Odin is a 5 reel, 10 payline video slot that's set in Asgard, where a piece of jewelry belonging to the Norse god is being forged. You'll find all sorts of beasts, stones, and weapons on the reels, which when combined will get you various credit wins on the reels. Features in the game include scatters, free spins, re-spins, and wilds. It has a default RTP of 96.2%, but this can be scaled down to as low as 84.2%.

This slot is playable on desktop and mobile devices and can be played at casinos featuring Play'n GO's library.

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Dustin Jermalowicz
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2 April 2020 - 9:52pm

The design looks pretty cool, interested to try it out and see how the gameplay would be. I do like Play'n Go so I doubt it will be disappointing.

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10 April 2020 - 5:19pm

Hi, isn't it 84.25? 🙂 :) I hate the number.

Play N'Go releases new games in the shortest interval, and the games doesn't really have nice and new feature, just a bit of variation from other games.

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