Age of the Gods is such a great game that we’re not sure it should be played by us mere mortals! From top operator Mecca, this 90-ball offering from Playtech follows a standard bingo game format but adds an interesting twist in the form of an extra bonus feature. It’s based on the popular slot series of the same name.
How to play
The tickets kick off from just 5p each. Just enter the Age of the Gods room (where you’ll be greeted by some dramatic music) and choose the number of tickets you want to start with.
The ticket price for each game is displayed in the lobby, as is the total prize fund up for grabs in the main game. (You can also see the number of players.) Any extra prizes will be shown as the game progresses.
Each 90-ball ticket has three rows and nine columns, and on each row you’ll see five numbers, meaning you will find 15 numbers in all on each ticket.
As is the norm with most bingo games, there are three available prizes you can win in every game for completing a single line, two lines or landing a Full House. All you need to do is wait and see if you are the first to tick off a line.
Age of the Gods Bingo Special Features
There are no progressive jackpots in the Age of the Gods bingo game, in common with many bingo game offerings.
Arena of the Gods Bonus Game
Some games are advertised as having this as an extra feature in the Age of the Gods game, meaning you can pre-buy tickets for these games if you wish. The round rewards the Full House winner, who is presented with nine coins which they must turn over as the other players look on until they find a trio of matching deity symbols from four higher beings: Zeus, Athena, Hades and Ares.
Each of the four Gods bestows a prize for the matching hat-trick, divided between the winner of the Full House and everyone else:
- Hades – Prize awarded to the Full House winner
- Zeus – Prize divided between the community playing that game
- Ares – 75%/25% split in favour of the Full House winner
- Athena – 75%/25% split in favour of the bingo community
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player, or RTP, is the amount that players can expect to win back relative to the money staked, and it is given as a percentage. This figure isn’t always published for individual bingo games as widely as it is for slot games.
However, players can typically expect RTP to be in the region of 80%.
We hope the Gods are smiling down on you as you play this bingo game! You should especially enjoy it if you like your online games to take ancient civilisations as their theme, and find it fun and interesting even if you don’t.
What’s more, Mecca is well established as a solid, reputable operator and has previously run generous promotions on this game.
One or two reviewers have described Age of the Gods as ‘just another 90-ball game’ and even said that ‘it all feels a little bit lazy’, but try it for yourself and find out.