Pandora’s Box Slots

Pandoras-BoxPandora’s Box is about a story from the ancient Greek mythology, where a woman opens a box that she wasn’t supposed to, all because she was curious, letting out into the world all the bad things that were never part of it before. According to Greek mythology, Pandora was the first woman that the gods created. Besides the many good gifts that she received, there was also a box, inside which all the world’s evils were placed. She let them out by mistake, simply because she wanted to see what was there, so that’s why now we have things like death.

Pandora’s Box has 5 reels with 20 bet lines, it was created by Net Entertainment and among the features that make it more fun to play you will discover free games, scatter symbols, multipliers and two types of wilds. The prizes will reward you with $40,000 when the right conditions are met.

Features of Pandora’s Box

You will discover the typical scatter symbol inside, though it’s way more generous than usual, plus two types of wilds, one of which with some very good multipliers attached.

First, we have the regular wild, with Zeus preparing to throw a lightning bolt, the clouds appearing in the background. This is the wild that doesn’t have a multiplier to apply to payouts won with its help, but on the other hand it’s also the one that will give you prizes, anywhere between 10x and 10,000x. The requirement for those prizes to be awarded is a combo of 2 to 5 symbols, all on a regular active line. It can’t substitute for a scatter, but as usual it will be able to do that for al other symbols.


Second, we have the Golden Wild, an almost identical version of the regular one, except the colors are more gold based and less realistic. It’s a wild that gets to appear only on the 3rd reel and which has a x4 multiplier that is applied to any wins formed with its assistance.

Pandora is seen as she opens the box in the image of the scatter. You can win up to 500 times what the round bet was, quite a generous amount, when up to five Pandora symbols appear in any random position on the reels, but it has to be during the same spin.

Free Games Feature

In addition to regular prizes, which require a minimum of two Pandora scatters, there are also free spins, which require at least three. You can win 10, 20 or 30 free spins, for 3, 4 or 5 Pandora scatters, respectively. X3 multipliers are applied to any combinations you might get from these free spins.

Betting options and jackpots

You have a betting system that uses both paylines and multiple coins for each one, with denominations ranging from $0.01 to $1. The use of up to four coins per line is allowed, with the result being a maximum bet of $80.

You’re going to get up to 40,000 coins out of this game, meaning 10,000x the line wager. It means up to $40,000 cash, but that’s only if the free spins and their 3x multiplier don’t come into play. The scatter symbols will also give you up to $40,000, as they offer a 500x multiple that applies to the total bet.

Design and symbols

The Ancient Greek civilization served as inspiration for the game’s designers, which is evident in the way it looks. There are stone columns with statues being built directly into them, there are all sorts of objects, musical instruments and pieces of armor, there is Pandora of course and the box she wasn’t supposed to look at. It’s how a game about Ancient Greece should look like, so I for one am satisfied with Net Entertainment’s efforts in this case.

Symbols: Golden Zeus (wild), Zeus (wild, 10,000x), Pandora (scatter, 500x), Greek Helmet (750x), Greek Shield (500x), Harp (500x), Amphora (250x), Grapes (250x), Olives (200x), Ace (150x), King (125x), Queen (125x), Jack (125x) and 10 (100x).


Is It Worth Playing?

Besides having a theme that nobody else has, Pandora’s Box has the Ancient Greek look down, it has multiple prizes that can go to $40,000 in the base game (with $120,000 being the maximum during free spins) and it’s an overall great experience to have. I recommend you try it out.

This Pandora’s Box slot is offered by all online casinos with Net Entertainment software, playable either in practice or in real money mode.