Caesar’s Empire Slots
Can you imagine what it might have been like to live in Roman times? Caesar is undoubtedly the person many of us associate with that period in history, and he takes center stage here as we play Caesar's Empire.
Fortunately, no history classes are required to play this game, created by Real Time Gaming - you simply need to get stuck in. We give you more information on what you can expect below.
Reels and win lines
Lots of online slots use five reels to spread 20 paylines over, and that's the case with this one, too.
This game uses a fixed-payline format, so you must play all 20 lines. You can do so from as little as 20 cents though, or go much higher to hit the $100 maximum.
Caesar's Empire symbols in play
You'll recognize the Coliseum when it appears, as this is an iconic image in Roman times (and today, too). This triggers scatter prizes for two or more in any position.
Meanwhile, a gold coin is used as a wild, and it has Caesar's face on it. This could appear on any of the first four reels, but not the fifth one.
Caesar's Empire bonus features
If you'd like to win 10 free games, you must simply find the Coliseum on the fifth reel with any one or more appearances of the gold coin on one of the other reels. The wild coin can appear on the fifth reel as well in the free games, and all prizes are doubled. Furthermore, you can win more free spins for every appearance of the gold coin on those reels.
You can find the Coliseum popping up in the free spins feature, but it will change into one of two icons if it does. These are Cleopatra or the Caesar gold coin. And we know the coin can bring extra free games, so that is good to know.
Are you ready to download and play Caesar's Empire slots?
Many games offer free spins features, but it is good to see this one does something different with it. You can start with 10 free spins, but there is an opportunity to win several more depending on how many coins you can find. With up to five free games on offer for each one of those coins, it makes sense to take Caesar's Empire for a spin today, don't you think?