The Dante’s Paradise HD video slot game– A heavenly game!

Dante’s Paradise HD is a 5-reel, 25-payline video slot game, which contains a small 1,000 coin non-progressive jackpot, and it also carries wilds, scatters, free spins, multipliers and a bonus game.
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Spin the reel of Dante’s Paradise, in this HD video slot title

Dante’s Paradise HD is the second game in the Dante’s Trilogy series of video slots. It is of course, centred on Heaven. The imagery in this game is pretty heavenly, to say the least. Amidst the clouds and angels are many glorious bodies. Despite being the same as it’s two sister slots, Dante’s Paradise HD actually has a non-progressive jackpot which is worth less than the other two, at only 1,000 coins.

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Coin values in the Dante’s Paradise HD slot range from a low of 0.01 up to no more than 2.00 per coin. You can only place 1 coin per payline, but each payline can be wagered on individually. This gives the slot minimum and maximum wagers of 0.01 per line, per spin; and 50.00 per spin respectively.

Dante’s Paradise HD’s wild icon can replace all other symbols on the game, barring the scatter and free spins icon. It will also offer 2x the normal winnings when it is used in any winning combination. This icon can also appear in the free spins bonus round. The free spins round is triggered by landing 3, 4 or 5 of the scatter icons, anywhere on the reels. Players can also pick up scattered wins of 2x, 10x, 25x or 100x their stake by landing 2, 3, 4 or 5 scatters, anywhere on the reels. The bonus game is played by landing three bonus icons anywhere on the reels. When this is triggered, the player must guide Dante to either Hell, Paradise or Purgatory to pick up a win.
 

There really is no point in playing Dante’s Paradise, if you have played Dante’s Purgatory or Dante’s Hell before. The non-progressive jackpot is smaller, and yet the wagers stay the same (as do the special features) as in the other Dante’s Trilogy slots. That’s not very advantageous then, is it?
Fun, but it doesn’t really compete with the other two Dante’s Trilogy titles