Vikings Voyage Slots

Watch out for the Viking ships in action in this slot, which takes on the same familiar appearance we recognize from other earlier slots in the RTG collection. The game takes place just under the surface of the ocean, so you can see a Viking ship with red and white sails to the left, and waves beneath the reels.

But we wonder what will happen on those reels, so check out the possibilities in our review of Vikings Voyage today.

Reels and win lines in action

You can sail into action on five reels in this game, with a seaworthy selection of 20 lines in play too.

Choose your wager

This game can be played as a true penny slot, but there are other options available as well. For example, if your budget can accommodate it, the top line bet is five dollars a time.

Vikings Voyage special symbols in use

The Viking is your wild in this game, and he will appear on reels one and five. We would rather he appeared everywhere, but at least you do get a wild. It also means he is not the highest-paying symbol; that responsibility goes to the woman in the game. If she should appear five times on a payline, you get 5,000 coins. Very nice, indeed.

Meanwhile, there is a scatter to be found here too. This is the Viking longboat. It can bring you coin prizes and the chance of another reward as well.

Bonus features to find

If you would like to win 10 free spins, you need only locate three longboats anywhere on the reels. You do have an opportunity to win further free spins while you are going through the first lot as well, but you need four or five of the longboats for this to happen. Will you be lucky enough to find them?

Download and enjoy a game of the Vikings Voyage slot today!

The one thing we have yet to tell you about this game is the chance to win a progressive jackpot. This is shown above the reels, as is common with some of the older games from RTG. We know the odds of winning it are long, and the trigger is random, but you just never know if you might be the next lucky player to do just that. Wouldn't that be a good thing to manage?