Immortal Guild’s design is quite impressive, with well crafted characters and a fantasy theme that hits the mark. The backdrop is a lush green forest with a stream and mysterious faces carved into the fauna.
The grid comes accompanied by a rather pointless meter which lights up for each scatter you land. Considering the scatters are also very clearly marked out on the grid as they land, I can only imagine it’s just been placed there in an effort to make the slot appear more dynamic. The background music is very pleasant, overlaid by the clunks and chimes that indicate winning combinations. I like the fact that the Push Gaming designers took the time to craft original symbols throughout, keeping away from the generic Royals.
The rest of the symbols are made up of stone, bronze, silver and gold coins, along with crossbows, amulets and swords. But the real stars of the show are the 3 members of the Guild; the Warrior, the Mage and the Hunter. The warrior is a semi-nude muscle bound male armed with a sword. The Mage is a blue-haired enchantress with a magical staff. And the Hunter is a blonde-bearded brute brandishing a crossbow. The Immortal Stone is the Scatter, and a golden, bejeweled lion’s head is the Wild symbol. But the latter only appears during the free spins feature, so read on to learn more.