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Greek mythology is full of strange creatures, powerful gods and brave heroes. Hercules is probably the most well-known and best-loved of all of them. Hercules was the son of Zeus and possessed amazing strength. This strength helped him in his many adventures which later became known as the twelve labours of Hercules. Each labour was dangerous, but none more dangerous than when he was tasked to slay the Lernaean Hydra. In this great game, just one in our mythical online casino games collection, you can help Hercules defeat this monster and steal its treasure. Be careful, the Hydra’s very blood is poisonous and should you manage to cut off one of its heads, more will quickly take its place.
Age of the Gods: Prince Of Olympus is a 5-reel 25-payline online slots game based around the adventures of the legendary Hercules. It has fantastic graphics and sound effects that will bring the myths to life. We have done our best to bring you one of the most fully-featured slots around. There are bonus features galore, including free spins, multipliers and a monstrous bonus game in which you will battle the dreaded Hydra. Should the gods be on your side, all this will lead you to 4 progressive jackpots for the taking. This will not be an easy task to win, though, even if you are super fit, it will take more than a Minotaur to. Do some warm-ups, try to stay hydra-ted, remember to keep your head and you will do fine!