Become a Roman Gladiator and learn what really goes in the Colosseum in the latest online slot release from Blueprint Gaming. The new title, Rome: Rise of an Empire, is set in the Colosseum, with 5×3 reels featuring a staggering five bonus rounds.

Symbols and Features:

The new Blueprint Gaming title includes several symbols, some of which pay large coin amounts and others providing access to bonus rounds. Earn 500 coins when five of the logo symbols appear on the reels while the shield and helmet will provide 200 coins for a five symbol match.

The title also includes a Wild, a symbol that will provide wins for 2, 3, 4 or 5 symbols on the reels. It will substitute for other symbols on the reels, except the Bonus, to create a winning combination. Randomly during any spin, the roaring tiger can appear. Find the tiger on the reels to activate one of five modifiers. Access the Sword Strike, Legions Glory, Spears of Destiny, Symbolus Maximus or Bonus Boost.

According to European Gaming…

Blueprint Director of Marketing and Relationships, Jo Purvis, commented on the new title by stating:

“Players will need nerves of steel to handle the heat of the Colosseum and land big prizes in our latest release Rome: Rise of an Empire.

“The battle-themed game is full of bonus rounds reel modifiers to keep our gladiators on their toes as they hunt for glory. We’re sure the newest addition to our ever-expanding slots portfolio will prove a hit with both new and existing players.”

Bonus Rounds:

The Golden Colosseum is the bonus symbol of Rome: Rise of an Empire. Three of this symbol will award the Rome Bonus. During gameplay, players will move up the ladder of bonuses to win one of the following: Urn Riches, Uprising, Volcanic Cash, Empress Treasure or Big Money Bonus.

The new game is released just days after the supplier announced a new deal with Iforium, a platform provider based on the Isle of Man. With the deal, the online slot games of the supplier are to be integrated onto Gameflex, a casino aggregation and bonusing platform of Iforium.