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Golden Grimoire Slot

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Golden Grimoire is a NetEnt-powered video slot with 5 reels, 4 rows, and 20 fixed paylines. If you have no idea what the word Grimoire means, it refers to a book of magic spells or a textbook of mystery. In other words, it’s a book with instructions to help you create magic. With that in mind, the game is all about summoning supernatural entities hoping to get rewards. The game’s payout rate is 96.44%, so it’s a low to medium volatility slot.

Symbols on the reels include spiders, clubs, spades, hearts, diamonds, beetles, cephalopod mollusks, and snakes. A spellbook with a question mark is the game’s Mystery symbol while the Golden skull stands for the wild card.

Gameplay

One of the greatest things about the Golden Grimoire slot is that it’s playable on PCs and mobile devices that run on Android and iOS. There are various options to let you set your preferred bet and spin the reels. These include the “Coin Value” and “Level” +/- buttons, the “Spin” button, the “Max Bet” button, and the “Autoplay” feature.

Special Features

When playing the Golden Grimoire slot, you’ll enjoy Wild substitutions, Mystery Symbol transformations, Free Spins, and Sticky Mystery Symbol transformations. The Wild symbol substitutes for all symbols except for the Mystery and Scatter symbols. Wild symbols only occur as a result of Mystery Symbol transformations.

The Mystery Symbol occurs on reels 3 to 5 in the main game. When 1 or more Mystery Symbols land on the reels, a random symbol is chosen from the Wild, low or medium win symbols, and all Mystery symbols turn into this symbol.

When 3 Scatter symbols appear on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th reel, they trigger 8 Free Spins. The Sticky Mystery Symbol replaces the Mystery Symbol on reels 2 to 5 during Free Spins.

Summary

Golden Grimoire is a simple video slot inspired by a mysterious book. The Mystery Symbol transformations make it a unique game taking you to another dimension.

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