4 Corners of Rome Slot Free Play
Recently updated on November 16th, 2022 at 09:08 pm
How To Play It
Starting off, you can select a bet that’s somewhere between $0.10 and $30. There are a couple of values within that range, that you can play with.
It’s going to be a large game area, with 5×5 reels, but there are only 40 lines present there (and there is room for so much more with that sort of setup). 3 to 5 matching symbols will form combinations, if they’re arranged left to right on a line.
With a dark blue W logo which is set in gold, the substitute symbol looks very good and it can contribute to a variety of winning combinations. It’s going to be great on its own as well, if it lands up to 5 times on a line. It pays 2.50x the stake then, same as the top symbol (Soldier’s Helmet).
The slot’s title refers to an interesting mechanic that’s implemented inside. The four corners of the game area can be connected with their opposites, to form locking lines. This is the Lock and Load bonus. You can form 1 or 2 locking lines, but it’s not guaranteed during paid spins. The symbols found along the way, between the two extremes, will all be transformed into the same corner symbols. If 2 lines intersect, that middle spot is turned into a wild.
There is a respin that occurs then, with the locking lines being the only ones that remain the same. New combinations are locked as well, until no more new wins form.
You can collect Multiplier symbols along the way, and you then get to use them during free spins. The same happens when you get 2 scatters to appear. This multiplier is applied to the next Lock and Load respin feature.
With all 3 scatters appearing on the middle reels, you can get a bonus selector. You can get 3 free spins that have up to 4 corners as wilds, 6 spins with up to 3 corners as wilds, or 9 spins with up to 2 corners as wilds. The free spins all have guaranteed Lock and Load respins, since wilds are present in at least 1 corner, regardless of the option you chose.
While we’ve definitely seen better in other slots, a 6,300x jackpot from a highly volatile slot machine is not unheard of. The RTP can be OK, at 96.12%, but as usual I’d recommend you shop around until you find a casino that has this setting active, and not a lower one.
Overall, 4 Corners of Rome manages to give the player a nice selection of unique features and graphics. I would’ve appreciated a bigger top jackpot as well though.