The wild is represented by the lion, and only appears on the middle drums however it can expand to cover many of the spaces in the column and can also replace the missing symbols to create the most lucrative winning combinations. The scatter is represented by Mahisha the demon and will pay out wherever it lands, players that land three of these scatters will be paid x5 of the normal bet and starts the free spins. When it comes to the bonus games, before players can start the bonus spins they have to make a choice from with 7 free spins with a x5 multiplier, 11 free spins and x3 multiplier, 16 free spins with a x2 multiplier or 28 free spins without a multiplier. Whilst playing out these spins, the wild will expand vertically and horizontally covering the neighbouring spaces. Let’s now look at how players can place their bets, the minimum wager starts at 0.40 to a maximum 400 per spin and has a high volatility which exceeds 96%.
The game symbols include the playing card values 9 through to Ace which are the lowest paying whilst the remaining symbols relate to the theme and include bells, fire, shells and flowers. The wild is the lion and will only land on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th reels and has the capacity to substitute for all the symbols except for the scatter. There is also a gamble feature available to players that are either feeling luck or just want to push the boundaries a little further. Once the player has landed a win they can then gamble on whether the next card will be black or red, get it right double their winnings, get it wrong and the winnings will be revoked, this is a feature that is seen in many slots, but it needs to be worth a shot at some point.
Whilst Durga is standard, including the well-known use of the playing card symbols. But for any one who wants to be taken into the Indian subcontinent in the world of myths, gods and Maharajas, and there is no doubt this slot will not disappoint. Durga the slot moves ancient heroes effortlessly into the world of modern technologies, and all players will be thrown into the spectacular world of th Hindu gods.