Hercules 4K Review
The idea of the 10K Ways selection of slots is effectively ReelPlay’s answer to Megaways. The additional row helps to increase the number of paylines, up to a maximum of 10,000, and winning symbols are removed to allow a cascade of new ones. This can continue bringing you wins in the same sequence that doesn't cost you any extra credit. The main difference between 10K Ways and Megaways—apart from a significantly lower number of win ways—is that a fixed number of symbols land on the reels.
Being the god of strength and counting Jupiter among your famous parents, you would expect a fitting and epic display for Hercules 10K Ways. There are temples dotted around the cliff edge but it looks a little bit like these temples have been caught in a sandstorm—I guess it does help add to the mystique that ReelPlay is trying to create. The soundtrack and effects aren't particularly striking although they will keep the game ticking along nicely on a range of devices, including mobile phones.
Hercules 10K Ways is another game that suffers from hiding all of the good bits away from the base game. I can't argue with Hercules Battle Spins but the rest has been rather neglected. So do whatever it takes to make your way to the Bonus Feature as quickly as possible in order to see exactly what this slot has to offer.
It isn't often you get a slot with such a high number of pay lines and a relatively low max win—it stands at just 6,108x and the RTP is 96.10%. You can also look forward to a hit frequency of 24.52%.
Make no mistake about it, a bad run of spins on Hercules 10K Ways can be quite a depressing sight. That said, if you are lucky enough to trigger the feature fairly quickly and challenge those 4 monstrous opponents, you will find a lot of enjoyment and potentially big wins at the same time.