Sword of the Elements Slots

With 25 paylines across the 5 reels, Sword of the Elements slots is a high volatility game where you can purchase the bonus round if you’re tired of waiting. It’s possible to win up to 50,000 coins per spin, though we weren’t quite that lucky. We dived into this Asian-themed slot to see how much you could win, what the bonus features entail, and how well we did in a typical game session.

What’s on the Paytable?

Symbols in Sword of the Elements kick off with the low-paying poker symbols of 10 to Ace. Prizes are 5 to 30 coins for the 10 and Jack, 5 to 30 coins for the Queen and King, and 10 to 50 coins for the Ace. After that, symbols and prizes are:

  • Female – 30 to 600 coins
  • Male – 40 to 1,000 coins
  • Warrior Wild – 2,000 coins if you get all five

Explore the Bonus Features

Sword of the Elements has two main bonus features. The first is the expanding wild Warrior. When she is on a synced reel in the base game, she fills that reel to help you form bigger payouts.

The Dragon scatter is your ticket to free spins. You need three of them across the reels to win 10 free spins. You can gamble those free spins if you’d like and get up to 50 free spins. If the coin toss doesn’t go in your favorite, you end up with 5 free spins instead.

The game also has a Mountain Bonus symbol. If you get three of them, the grid scales down to a 5 x 3 grid and you get three re-spins. The only symbols on this set of reels are +1 spin symbols, empty slots, or more bonus symbols. Spin the reels and try to get at least 5 bonus symbols to advance to the next level. With each level is a prize of 3x to 500x.

Tips for Playing RTG’s Sword of the Elements

Bets are fixed on all 25 paylines. Bet as little as $2.50 or as much as $125. After placing that wager, game speed and audio controls allow you to customize the experience you have.

We like to give every slot game review a 10-spin test. In this case, we won $3.50 on our fourth spin and that was it. We didn’t come close to breaking even after 10 bets at $2.50 each.

You can also pay a fee to trigger the bonus round automatically. Did that change our experience? Again, we set the bet to $2.50, which meant the Buy Feature cost $87.50 and gave us 10 free spins. While we did have the option to gamble those free spins and get to 50 of them, we didn’t have luck and dropped to 5 free spins. We tried again and didn’t gamble this time. On those 10 free spins, we won $5 in the first spin, $2.50 in the second, $6 in the fourth, $8 in the fifth, $4 in the seventh. With a total prize of $25.50, it wasn’t that impressive.

Our recommendation is to try Sword of the Elements out using demo play. See what you think. If you have better luck than we did, switch over and play for real money and enjoy watching the prizes build up.