Versailles Gold – Versaille Gold performs well statistically (a return on investment of 96.09 percent and a volatility of medium to high), but its aesthetics will see it dispatched to the guillotine.
Versailles Gold RTP 96.09%
|Slot function||Slot description|
|Slot date created:||December 2014|
|Features:||Progressive Jackpot, Configurable winlines, Free spins, Autoplay, Gamble feature|
|Versailles Gold themes:||5-Reels|
|Available on:||Mobile, Desktop|
Versailles Gold is being reviewed.
Theme and plot of the story
The palace at Versaille is considered to be one of the most significant architectural achievements of the Early Modern era. While under Louis XIV’s reign, the palace was transformed from a royal hunting lodge to the primary house of the King of France, which took place throughout the 1600s. He was known as the Sun King and was a symbol of royal extravagance, and he appears as the highest-value symbol in this game.
Among others that appear are Cardinal Mazarin, who was a significant associate of Louis’s, as well as a more generic busty courtesan for whom Louis was famed for her seduction of Louis.
This slot machine, which is based on the reputation for richness, transports you back in time.
Graphics, sounds, and animations are all included.
In terms of visuals, they are a little cheesy, communicating less in the way of grand royal riches and more in the manner of a first-year graphic design student.
Although the accompanying music and animations are entertaining, they offer nothing to boost this EGT slot machine game.
When it comes to the noises, for example, they are not themed in order to provide an immersive experience, but rather are the typical spin and win sounds that EGT uses on their most sloppily skinned slots. While the animations are just flashing lines to denote victories, the gameplay is rather engaging.
The gameplay of Versaille Gold is quite similar to that of the original game. The fact that there are progressive jackpots is the primary attraction. The fundamental game, on the other hand, is just a five-by-three-reel slot with 10 paylines.
In an effort to add diversity, there is a gamble option, which is beneficial for increasing the volatility of the slot in order to better suit our slot methods.
However, on the whole, the gameplay doesn’t wander too far from the bare necessities of the genre.
Wilds, bonuses, and free spins are all included in this game.
The Wild symbol may be used to replace every other symbol with the exception of the Jackpot sign.
Moreover, if three Wild symbols appear anywhere on the reels during a single play, the Free Spins bonus will be triggered automatically.
There are twelve free spins awarded as part of the Free Spin Bonus, as well as an Expanding Symbol. When the Free Spins begin, the Expanding Symbol is selected at random from among the other symbols on the reels. After winning combinations have been determined, when that symbol appears on a reel for the balance of the Free Spins, it will grow to fill that reel immediately after the winnings have been calculated. Any more winning combinations are then added to the total amount of money won on that particular spin.
During the basic game, the Jackpot will be triggered at random. If a jackpot is triggered, it will be awarded at the conclusion of a spin. The player is then dealt twelve cards face down, from which he or she must choose cards until they have three cards that match. The player then receives the jackpot prize, which is represented by the matching cards.
Bet sizes, return on investment (RTI), and variance
Its return to player is 96.09 percent, which is extremely near to our standard of around 96 percent for average return on investment in this game.
There was a wide selection of bets available on the site we tested, ranging from a minimum wager per spin of $/£/€0.10 up to a maximum stake per spin of $/£/€100.00.
The volatility of this game is medium to high, which makes it a relatively decent fit for our recommended slot machine methods, which we will discuss below.
Versaille Gold’s primary attraction is that it combines a respectable return on investment with a high level of volatility, making it a strong fit for our favorite methods.
Everything else is a little rough around the edges. Neither the aesthetics nor the gameplay are very appealing, with the latter seeming as out of date as the French monarchy.
The jackpots are the major attraction, but there are a plethora of other slots out there with a superior basic game that give the same thing.