Oh My Gods is a 9 reel (progressive), 10-payline, 36Gaming Video Slot. It has a maximum jackpot win of $4,000.
Oh My Gods joins a handful of video slots to push reel counts up to nine, which is four more than most. This massively elongated gameplay should result in more winning chances as prizes are awarded from just three icons in adjacent rows from the left.
Prizes are also godlike with both a progressive jackpot and dedicated maximum prize of $4,000.
The first thing you'll probably notice is that the screen is chock full of reels, nine of them to be exact. As mentioned before this is four more than many other video slots, which puts this slot in the minority. It also makes it far more unique than others and the increased number of reels isn't the only area where this fact applies.
As you might have guessed by now,Oh My Gods is themed around Greek Gods and Goddesses. Three are included on the reels with Zeus and Poseidon taking starring roles. All other icons are generic to Greece and include laurel wreathes, flagons on wine and bunches of grapes.
The maximum jackpot is 8,000 coins which combined with the 0.01 to 0.50 coin denominations means a maximum jackpot of $4,000. This slot differs in the way lines are played because you can spin all ten lines using just one coin, or use up to 10 if you want. This means the total betting range is 0.01 to $8, with the same range also available in other currencies.
Reels, reels and more reels are this slots main selling point. There are nine reels which means potentially more winning chances, so long as they appear from left to right in consecutive positions. Unlike other 36 Gaming slots this one doesn't include wilds, scatters or a bonus game which is just as well considering the reels are already pretty busy.
My mother always taught me it was naughty to blaspheme, but on this occasion we think it's probably okay as it's in jest and is fairly entertaining. We know for a fact that this slot is popular because a second version was made, and with a nine reel format it's easy to see why people like it.
17th of December 2014
17th of December 2014