Deep in the mangrove swamps of Louisiana, Kane finally reaches the shaman hideout. The time has come. Are the legends true that immense riches lie right in front of us, only hidden from our eyes?
Permission to enter the secret realm is only given to the brave few who dare to take part in the ancient Voodoo ritual. Protected by the power of the shaman, Kane lays down on the altar. The ground shakes and the green mist embraces him, suddenly all is revealed.
Where there was nothing, now there is gold – Voodoo Gold!
Voodoo Gold is a Mobile First slot with three unique features, the Bomb, the Dual Bomb and the big voodoo symbols generating voodoo wilds. Avalanches allow the columns to expand all the way up to 8 rows and 262 144 ways to win.
Bonus symbols can appear in any symbol drop. A single instance triggers the Bomb feature at the end of the avalanche flow. All active symbols within a diamond- shaped area around the bonus symbol, except wilds and big voodoo symbols, explode to give space for additional symbols.
The Dual Bomb feature is triggered when two bonus symbols appear. All symbols touched by the line drawn between the bonus symbols, except wilds and big voodoo symbols, explode to give space for additional symbol drops. Additionally, all other active instances of the touched symbols explode.
All low, mid and high value symbols come in four different sizes, ranging from standard 1×1, super 2×2, mega 3×3 and all the way up to epic 4×4. Big symbols come in their green voodoo state, filling all empty spaces below with voodoo wilds. Big symbols themselves come into play and contribute to wins once they reach the bottom.
Free Drops bonus game
The Free Drops bonus game is triggered by three or more bonus symbols anywhere in view. Three bonus symbols award 6 free drops, four bonus symbols award 9 free drops, five bonus symbols award 12 free drops and a lucky hit of 6 bonus symbols awards the maximum amount of 15 free drops. All non-winning wilds in the bonus game become sticky, increasing the potential of epic wins.
Voodooism believes in two interrelated worlds—the visible and the invisible. It is in death that we are brought to the invisible world and where ancestors serve as guides and protectors. Voodooism is most popular and practiced in West Africa, Haiti, and Louisiana and in places that hold the remnants of West African slavery such as Cuba, Brazil, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic.