Titans of the Sun Theia is a Microgaming-powered video slot that has 5 reels and 15 paylines. Microgaming has also create Titan of the Sun Hyperion which is very, very similar which little difference. You can play from as little as 15p a spin to as much as £30 a spin.

Like its counterpart, it is based on Greek mythology with the main character being the beautiful heroine Theia. Aesthetically excellent, it has HD graphics with flaming horses to fiery phoenixes flying down on the reels. The game has 2 bonus features which are described below.

You have the Mystery Symbol feature – mystery symbols are stacked 6 symbols high in the base game and up to 7 symbols high in the Free Spins feature. When they appear, all Mystery Symbols will all change into the same symbol for wins of up to 1,000 times your stake.

This also applies in the Free Spins feature which is activated when you get 3 or more silhouette couple symbols (the scatter) anywhere on the reels. The Mystery Symbol feature can apply here but the difference from the base game is that Mystery Symbols can transform into a wild for big wins.

Anyway, you will receive 15 free spins but more free spins cannot be retriggered (unlike in Titans of the Sun Hyperion) – the advantage Theia offers is that all wins are subject to a 2x multiplier meaning that all wins are doubled. The maximum win in this feature is 4,000 times your stake – 1,000 times your stake less than in Hyperion.

Whilst there is very little between Titans of the Sun Theia and Titans of the Sun Hyperion, I prefer the female version for a number of reasons – for starters she is nicer to look at than her male counterpart. Secondly, there is a 2x multiplier in the free spins feature despite there being a smaller maximum win.

It is a highly volatile slot too which I love and I predict these 2 games from Microgaming will become classics. I also recommend you play Zeus III by WMS Gaming or 300 Shields by NextGen Gaming. It’s certainly a popular theme with no shortage of good slots available online.