Artemis vs Medusa slot from Quickspin
The release of Artemis vs Medusa has been brewing for far too long! Don’t worry – the game is out tomorrow!
The special thing about our game is that during the free spins there is a battle between Artemis (the Goddess of Hunting) and a bunch of Greek monsters.
It is all about collecting coins, and in the free spins themselves, shooting as many monsters as possible in order to get to the final boss Medusa, which sits on the highest profit.
Release date: August 11th
Monster Bounty Coins
Any medium symbol can have a Monster Bounty Coin in it. Monster Bounty Coins can only appear in the base game.
If Artemis symbol with a golden frame land on the last reel any Monster Bounty Coins present on the reels will be collected and a Bounty payout will be awarded. The amount of the Bounty payout is related to the value of the Medium symbol that the coin originated from and the number of coins present on the reels.
Unlimited Battle Freespins
3 Bonus Scatter symbols trigger Unlimited Freepins Battle. Unlimited Battle freespins last until the battle between Artemis and Medusa resolves. During the battle, the meter will update according to the monster symbols that are accumulated. Any time 1 or more Artemis symbols land on the reels all accompanying medium Monster symbols will be added to the meter.
For every Artemis symbol that lands, a Monster type will be removed from the meter from lowest value to highest, and a bounty will be awarded. If at any time the meter exceeds 15, Artemis retreats and Freespins end. Freespins will also end if Artemis destroys the last monster.
Travis Grabau, Producer: “The heart of the game is the battlefield, we wanted to create a game that was designed to take advantage of the vertical space available in portrait mode. We also thought that it would be fun to have both the protagonist and antagonist be portrayed with a strong female character. It didn't take us long to settle on Artemis. The goddess of the hunt was just the type of figure we had in mind. Once we had decided on Artemis it made Medusa the gorgon the most obvious choice for her opponent.
We then gave Medusa some minions, the Harpy, Griffon, and Minotaur to square off against the divine arrows of Artemis. We also played around a bit with the location. Mount Olympus is well known as the home of the Greek divinities so we thought it would be kind of fun if the actual battle took place in the inverse of the mountain, during the night when the moon was full. We tried to include a lot of the symbols of Artemis in the production, you will see Arrows, Stag antlers, and the moon which are all associated with Artemis.”