The legend of Pandora is a tale as old as time. Zeus gifted the box to Pandora warning her not to open it. He also failed to share with her that the box harbored the world’s greatest evils, and should she open it they would be unleashed onto the world. Her curiosity got the better of her and, after freeing this evil, only hope remained in the box.
In this sense, relevant supplier of high quality iGaming content Play’n GO have put their own spin on the mythological tale as they tie hope, magic and monsters together in this wonderful new title it has recently released, Pandora’s Box of Evil.
Naturally, the main catalyst is the opening of Pandora’s Box, so the choice to make Pandora’s Box a feature which sees the box land on the reels to reveal a Mystery Symbol, Scatter or the elusive Spirit of Hope symbol not only ties the features to the theme, but is a clear indicator for the player to follow closely.
Zeus also plays his part on the reels, as he may strike any revealed Mystery Symbol with lightning transforming it into a Mystery Wild. Whenever a Spirit of Hope symbol is revealed, a Re-Spin of Hope is triggered. At the end of that spin, all mystery symbols will close again. Afterwards, all Mystery Symbols, Scatters, and Mystery Wilds will become locked and Re-Spin, upping potential even more.
The artwork in this game is visually stunning, as Pandora is joined by a multitude of monsters on the reels which makes for entertaining gameplay throughout. Besides, players of Play’n GO’s well-established Greek Mythology titles won’t be disappointed, with this new edition following popular online slots like Rise of Olympus (2018), Gates of Troy (2022) and Athena Ascending (2022).
According to George Olekszy, Head of Game Retention at Play’n GO: “Pandora’s Box of Evil is a fun Greek Mythology slot that players who chose their games by theme or feature set sure to enjoy it immensely. Unlocking the main feature of this game by landing Pandora’s Box on the reels triggers a chain reaction of mystery symbols that really heightens the entertainment.”