Thor 10K Ways Review
Thor 10K Ways is a little light on the feature front but then again, some of the best games out there don't try to overcomplicate things. You've got jackpots, respins and a chance to land big value consolation prizes, so it is already shaping up to be a pretty good deal.
Who knows where Thor used to hang out, or maybe still does. But in the minds of the ReelPlay designers, it was a familiar wintry tale somewhere in a Nordic pine forest. A few snowflakes fall in the background and you are treated to a dramatic score as the tension builds towards the bonus game. Not a huge amount of imagination has gone into the symbols but they still do their job just the same. Unfortunately, Thor looks a bit like a pantomime villain.
This is where Thor 10K Ways begins to fall down slightly as a lot of time will be spent battling with the base game as you wait for that main feature to trigger. Even if you trigger the near-miss bonus, you don't get a break from this area as you are simply awarded the 5 prizes.
The top jackpot prize is the 10K bonus and this will produce a win of 10,000x. The other jackpots can still be pretty decent with the Grand bonus paying out at 2,000x and other smaller prizes making their way down to the Mini bonus of 10x. There are different RTP levels available, so it's always a good idea to check this out before you play as 96.08% RTP is possible to find. The volatility rating is high and the max win is capped at 12,337x.
Thor 10K Ways offers up some tasty-looking prizes and that big 10K bonus is staring you in the face the whole way through. The adventure might not get you buzzing along the way and the design is a little drab, unfortunately. Making your way to the respin bonus is the aim for every player and this part of the show builds up the energy and the potential winnings at the same time. Not a bad effort and probably worth a moment of your time and a few of your coins.