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Goldify slot - Free Play - Game Review

Goldify
Goldify Rated 3.5/5 based on 13 votes

IGT brings to you Goldify, its new 40 payline, 5 reels’ slot that’s set in the Kingdom of King Midas, who's famous because of his capability to turn everything that he touches into gold!

This golden touch – known as Goldify in Greek mythology allows YOU to win prizes in a more-modernised world, and all symbols give you the chance to win big, as ONE symbol – chosen by you, before each spin, pays at a whopping 5X its regular payout!

The lower paying symbols include a temple, rings, harps, vases, apples, Pegasus and helmets. King Midas is the high-paying AND wild symbol, although he doesn’t substitute for the scatter.

To set the symbol you wish to make a 5X multiplier, click to the bottom right hand corner of the screen – it’s the ‘Goldify’ button - and select the symbol of your choice. This increases the value of the symbol to FIVE times its standard value! Make 4-of-a-kind or 5-of-a-kind win lines using this 5X symbol, and you’re in for massive wins!

Game Features

The main bonus is triggered by landing three or more of the scatter symbols, shown as – what look to be balls of light – and it’s possible to win an insane 500 spins for landing 5 scatter symbols! Of course, in more realistic terms, land 3, and you get 15 free spins – still plenty for a good win! During the free spins round, three symbols become 5X, with the potential for re-trigger higher than within the main base game.

Mobile Play

Goldify works flawlessly across all types of mobile device, be it mobile phones, or tablets, iOS, or Android – it’s easy to play, and you don’t need any special software in order to get started – just head to your favourite online Casino and log in – the Goldify game will then be available, and you can begin playing right away!

Pros: With a medium-variance, and the chance to win up to 1,873 your stake, Goldify is WELL WORTH a try!

Cons: It seems very similar to Playtech’s Age of the Gods, but still, it’s well-worth checking out.