In the fifth Instalment to the Rich Wilde series, the much-loved adventurer unearths the secrets of Atlantis. Powered by Play'N Go, Riche Wilde and the Shield of Athena offers no-nonsense gameplay and tons of bonus features – much like the other games in the collection. Legend has it that Athena used a special shield called the Aegis, which she sometimes lent to her patrons. Perseus is said to have used the shield to avoid looking Medusa directly in the eye. So, is that why the monstrous Gorgon is depicted on the shield? Perhaps following the explorer on his journey will uncover the truth.
How to Play Shield of Athena Slot
Features and Benefits
Visually, Rich Wilde and the Shield of Athena is impressive. This comes as no surprise, though, as Play’N Go have put the same time and talent into the rest of the series. When you open up the slot, you'll see gushing waterfalls behind the grid, and you'll hear a theme-fitting soundtrack play in the background. The reel set is encased within an ornate gold frame and takes centre stage. The symbols are as high-quality as the rest of the visuals and are split in to high and low payers. The high payers are represented by a Pendant of Courage, a Golden Owl, the Ring of Wisdom, the Helm of Athena and the Shield of Athena. The lower value icons are stone-crafted 10-A royals, which also fit perfectly with the slot's theme. Rich is the regular wild and the most lucrative symbol of the bunch – landing 5 of him of a payline will result in 1000x your total stake!
Shield of Athena Slot Mobile Experience
Enjoy gambling on the go? You'll love Rich Wilde and the Shield of Athena slot on mobile. Thanks to Play'N Go, the slot has been optimised for mobile play, allowing you to join your favourite explorer from any place at any time. Better still, you won't have to compromise on any of the features or gameplay when playing from your mobile!
Shield of Athena Slot Free Spins or Real Money
If you're new to the Shield of Athena slot, you might be inclined to try the game in demo mode. There's nothing wrong with this, in fact, it can be a great way to get to know the game and its features. However, remember that anything you win during demo mode isn't actually yours.