WMS Zeus II Slot ReviewZeus II is a 5 reel, 50 payline from WMS that sees everyone’s favourite Greek God return – available to play on all devices from 40p to £1,000 per spin, it comes a Hot Hot Super Respins feature where the high value symbols are locked with 2 respins to follow. There’s also a free spins feature where up to 20 free spins can be won – more Zeus/wilds are added with the possibility for the Hot Hot Super Respins feature being triggered.

Visually, you are taken to Ancient Greece up in the skies – above Mount Olympus I’m sure. With the same graphics and animations from the original Zeus slot and subsequent sequels, symbols on the reels include scrolls, laurel wreaths, gold, silver and bronze Athenian coins, vases, harps, helmets, triremes (ships) and Pegasus (the white winged horse).

You’ll also find Zeus on the reels who is the most valuable symbol– 5 in combination will give you 3.75 times your total stake. The temple is the wild and replaces all symbols bar the Bonus scatter – it appears on reels 2, 3, 4 and 5.

Look out for Zeus appearing on all positions on reel 1 – this will trigger the Hot Hot Super Respins feature where you’ll get 2 respins. Reel 1 is held as well as any Zeus or wild symbols on the other reels – this allows you to fill the reels with the high value Zeus symbol basically.

There’s also a Zeus II Bonus feature which is played when you get 3 lightning bolt bonus scatters on reels 1, 2 and 3 – your reward is 10 free spins. More Zeus and wild symbols appear during the feature – you can also trigger the Hot Hot Super Respins feature for enhanced wins. If you get 3 scatters on the first 3 reels, you’ll win another 10 free spins.

Now, the original Zeus slot is 1 of the most popular slots of all time – both online and in land-based casinos. Zeus II fails quite miserably to live up to the heights of other Zeus slots from WMS – this is because you can only win a maximum of 150 times your total stake on every spin/respin or free spin. If you want to join the God of Thunder and Sky, Play ‘N Go’s Rise of Olympus is recommended.