There is also a compass symbol that offers players the chance to win further free spins. If this isn’t enough to tempt players, there is also a Big Bet feature where players play out five linked spins with two bonus symbols and can trigger the free spins bonus and the chance to win up to 50 free spins where all the low paying symbols disappear, and the wild reel stays in place throughout. Himalayas Roof of the World can be played from 10p per spin up to £500 per spin therefore a great slot for beginners and high rollers alike. There is a Snow Slide Bonus feature where there are random wilds left after the avalanche, there is a Big Bet feature and the Free spins bonus that can award random snow wilds and expanding wild icicle symbols, so plenty to keep everyone amused! Players will also see Tibetan monks and Tibetan ladies which will make an appearance standing three symbols high, the monk is the most valuable and pays out 50 times the players stake when they land five across a pay line.
There is also an ice wild that can substitute for all the symbols apart from the monk, lady and bonus symbols to create winning combinations. For players that choose to play at the lower stake of £2 and below the RTP is a respectable 94%, but if they are willing to go over the £2 stake the RTP increases to a handsome 96%. Although we have mentioned the Snow Slide Bonus feature above it is activated during the base game at random with an avalanche sweeping snow across the reels, it also scatters wild symbols making this a good feature for some great wins. Then there is the Free Spins Bonus feature which is activated when the player lands 3, 4 or 5 of the Himalayas bonus symbols and is rewarded with 8, 12 or 20 free spins respectively. The Snow Slide Bonus can be triggered at any time during the free spins to create wilds on the reels. However, even more importantly the reels contain wild icicle symbols that can expand and fill the entire reels. Players need to keep their eyes on reel 5 for every time a compass symbol lands it increases the chance of the Free spins bonus feature reactivating. Each compass that appears on the reels increases the players winning segment on the Mystery Free Spins compass by one fifth.
The needle will then spin and determine whether the player wins more free spins. After this the player is taken to the Himalayas map where there are 4 trails, each containing a random amount of free spins and these are then added to the players total. As with most slots from Barcrest, Himalayas Roof of the World has the Big Bet feature many players will be familiar with, basically the player plays a series of five linked spins and they can choose from the £20, £30 or £50 option for various chances to win. With regards to variance we would place it somewhere in the middle bracket as players do have the chance to win 500 times their stake on every spin.