The Path of Destiny game can be found at casinos offering Red Tiger software. Red Tiger is a relatively new software developer in the online gaming market, having only been in operation since 2014. Red Tiger focus primarily on slots games but do offer a few table games, albeit a very limited range of them. In compliance with UK gaming legislation, Red Tiger publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slot games within their pay tables. As such, we can say that the House Edge for Path of Destiny is 4.29%.
Path of Destiny is a 5 reel slot and each reel is 4 symbols high. The slot uses traditional paylines, with 20 in total, playing from left to right.
Theme – The slot has a religious theme, with the god Ganesh acting as the main symbol in the slot .
Wild – There are no Wild symbols in this slot.
Ganesh Coins – The Ganesh Coins symbol is essentially a Mystery symbol. This means that any time they land they will all spin around to reveal the same symbol, increasing your chances of landing a win.
Scatter – The “Lucky Spins” symbol is the Free Spins symbol. You need to land 3 or more of them to trigger the Free Spins feature. They only land on reels 1, 3 and 5.
Giant Symbols – This is a random feature, meaning it can trigger on any spin. If it does a giant 3×3 symbol will land.
Free Spins – If you trigger the Free Spins you get 10 Free Spins in total. When 2 lucky symbols land on first and last reel you will be given 5 additional Free Spins.
Path of Destiny might be dealing with a relatively unique theme but it honestly doesn’t offer you anything you won’t have seen before. There are no Wilds, but there is a Mystery symbols and Free Spins. You also get a giant symbols but with a house edge above 4% there really isn’t all that much to recommend.
Situated in in the south-west Pacific Ocean is the island of New Zealand. The population of New Zealand is quickly approaching the 5 million mark. The gambling sector in New Zealand is incredibly healthy and all forms of gambling are popular with citizens of this jurisdiction. New Zealand regulates gambling and also forbids any advertising to citizens resident in its jurisdiction that may induce them to gamble with foreign operators and fines are levied against operators that are found to be doing so. It appears that players from New Zealand are permitted to gamble with providers situated beyond its own shores – there is no record of any criminality or prosecution attached to the activity but New Zealand does not offer player protection if a player has a complaint against a foreign based operator.
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