With a Chinese temple theme, this game is one of the second series of popular Colossal Reels slots made by WMS. Released in 2012, almost a year after the original series saw the light of day, Towers of the Temple and others in the series (like Colossal Wizards) makes a refreshing change.
It is very different in style, being much more of a classic real money slot game, rather than the spooky first series.
Although the Towers of The Temple Colossal Reels slot is not as popular as the first series games, it is still very popular and can be found in most casinos. The thing to look out for when you do find it, is the huge free spins bonus potential, where you can win up to 100 spins.
Although it is unlikely you will get the full100 free spins, it is likely you will still get a good number if you do hit the bonus (which is rare) - an average of between 20 and 30 free spins is likely, if you hit one on the gigantic reel.
Quite a few players naturally make a comparison to the first series of colossal reels slots by WMS. Unlike Van Helsing and Forbidden Dragons there are no multiplies in the bonus round and you will not get the the nudging wilds features as seen in Lil Red Riding Hood Slots and Spartacus Slots.
So, if you were expecting something a bit unusual in the bonus round, you might be disappointed, but if you just like loads of free spins, this will be a greta slots for you.
What you do still get though, are the transferring wilds symbols. With this, if you hit a stack of wilds on the first small screen, then they transfer over to the mega colossal wheel. when this happens, you get a full stack of 12 wilds chained together.
Get yourself 2 or 3 of those stacked wilds on the first reel and you are pretty much guaranteed a big win overall, which could be 200 - 400 X your original bet if it comes up trumps with the rest of the symbols.
This is the reason that the machines are so streaky - you have to go through a whole load of losing spins to get those massive ones that you just wouldn't see in most other slots in Las Vegas. Some love it, some hate it, but for sure, these colossal reels are a massive hit and set to go from strength to strength in the future.