This slot is about the glitzy old days of the Russian royalty. It is a fairly basic slot with only ten paylines, and no free spins round, but it has a very exciting bonus round with two spinning wheels that can grant us amazing prizes.
The two main characters in this game are Emperor Nikolai II and his daughter Grand Duchess Olga. The diamond-studded Imperial Crown of Russia appears as a high-paying symbol, the Russian double-eagle is a wild symbol, and the green Fabergé egg is an Instant Win symbol.
Russian Glory was created by the Bulgarian-based game developer Cayetano Gaming.
This is a 5 reel slot.
This slot has 10 paylines.
You always play with all 10 paylines active on Russian Glory.
The smallest possible wager on Russian Glory is £0.10 per round. The largest one is £1,000 per round, so this is definitely a slot that attracts high rollers.
The Russian double-eagle is the wild symbol. It can substitute for any symbol, except for Instant Win and Bonus Wheel.
Instant Win symbol
The green fabergé egg is an Instant Win symbol. If it appears on the middle reel, you win an instant prize, and it can be up to 50x your total stake!
Bonus Wheel symbol
You need a Bonus Wheel on reel 1, 3 and 5 simultaneously to trigger the bonus around when playing Russian Glory.
When you have triggered the bonus round, the reels will disappear and you will see a wheel with 12 fields: ordinary cash prizes, the Jackpot prize, Golden Wheel, and Collect. Spin the wheel to find out your win. You get to continue spinning and winning until you either hit Collect or win the Jackpot (1,000x your stake).
If the wheel stops at Golden Wheel, you will be transported to another reel, one which only have six fields. This wheel have larger cash prizes, and it is also possible to hit the jackpot.
House of Romanov
The House of Romanov, also spelled Romanoff, was the reigning royal dynasty of Russia from 1613 to 1917. Prior to 1613, they were boyars (members of the top-level aristocracy). When the Rurik dynasty became extinct upon the death of Tsar Feodor I in 1598, a succession crisis followed. In 1613, the crisis ended, as Mikhail Fyodorovich Romanov was elected Tsar of Russia by the Russian parliament, thus establishing the Romanov dynasty.