- Software Providers:
- Reels: 5
- # Paylines : 20
- Slot type: Video Slot
- Jackpot type: Fixed jackpot
- Bonus Feature: yes
- Scatter: Yes
- Free Spins: Yes
- Available on mobile:
Pros and cons
- Well known Microgaming slots
- 8 different bonus rounds
- win as many as 2,430,000 coins
- No progrressive jackpot
The real bright side here is that the payout percentage for Avalon 2 is very generous at 98.5 percent!
How to Play
One of the first things players will notice is that unlike the original Avalon, which boasted five reels and 20 pay lines, Avalon 2 has been upgraded to a slot with 243 ways to win. The minimum bet is $0.30 and the max is $7.50.
In the latest installment in the Avalon series, players are helping the great King Arthur on his quest for the Holy Grail. Arthur is among the characters represented in the game’s symbols — the rest of the basic pieces include standard 9, 10, J, Q and K symbols, plus Merlin, Guinevere, Morgan, Black Knight and an Avalon 2 logo. There is also a wild symbol, represented by the Lady of the Lake, as well as a scatter symbol, the Grail Cup.
The big sell here is that Avalon 2 features eight bonus games to help boost your bankroll. Players trigger entry into the bonus rounds by landing three or more of the Grail Cup scatter symbols, and each time you enter, you get to advance to a different one of the eight bonus levels, until you make it to the Isle of Avalon.
Graphics and Sounds
The visuals in Avalon 2 are about as striking as you’re likely to find in a casino game, and that says something considering the breadth of excellent titles Microgaming casinos has out there. This is particularly evident during the Grail bonus rounds, when players are presented with a series of graphics, including a detailed, Middle Earth-like map of Camelot and it’s surrounding regions, as well as a sprawling moss transition into the Lake of Legend. At various points, the characters will pop out of their symbols and entertain players with special moves, like when Merlin shows off his talents with his glowing magic staff.
From a sound standpoint, the game is still well above average. The background music wavers between a serene organ droning into a wind instrument heavy orchestra that can build excitement in the right moments. Some of the other bells and whistles are a little out of place with the mood the music creates, but they’re good for letting players know when they’ve hit a winning spin.
There isn’t a specific jackpot players can target in Avalon 2. Instead, gamblers are really vying for entry into the eight bonus rounds, where players can gobble up cash thanks to multipliers, second screen bonus games, free spins and expanding wilds. The highest possible payout on a single spin in the base game is 2,000 coins, while playing through the bonus games can earn players as many as 2,430,000 coins.
As far as volatility goes, Avalon 2 is pretty standard. The real bright side here is that the payout percentage for Avalon 2 is very generous at 98.5 percent, so players can chase those bonus games for a while without losing too much money.
As was mentioned, the big sell here is the Grail Cup bonus game. On first entry, players make the march from Camelot to the Lake of Legend, where they are asked to roll a dice in an effort to collet Lancelot. From there, players enter into the bonus round, where you can use free spins to earn real money.
The eight bonus levels are as follows:
- Lake of Legend
- Misty Vale
- Whispering Woods
- Forest Falls
- Dusky Moors
- Morgan’s Keep
- Hall of Shadows
- Isle of Avalon
Each game has its own special feature that helps players pick up some extra cash. One of the cool things is you even get some control over your own path, as players can choose to either take the Whispering Woods or Forest Falls in order to reach Dusky Moors.