Play’n Go has released a new online slot game called Prism of Gems. This is the third game with somewhat the same theme and features after Perfect Gems and Frozen Gems. But Prism of Gems does come with the biggest win potential.

Prism of Gems is played on 5 reels which come with a 3, 4, 4, 4, 3 setup. Giving a player 576 ways to win.

Any winning combinations are removed and new symbols fall on top, giving players a cascade of winnings within the same spin.

Symbols are removed from reels 2, 3 and/or 4 the multiplier of that reel will be increased by 1 for each symbol. To a maximum of times 7. Giving a maximum of 343 times multiplier. When the top three symbols are used in a winning combination these multipliers become active.

When a symbol on top matches one or more symbols on that same reel, those symbols are split in two, giving the option of up to 7 symbols on reels 2, 3 and 4 and increasing the ways up to a maximum of 3087.

Free Spins Feature

Getting 3, 4 or 5 scatter symbols will award 10, 15 or 20 free spins respectively.

Any multipliers that where already active will stay active and the multiplier will not reset during free spins, they can only increase.

Any scatter symbol during free spins will add 2 more free spins.


I already liked Perfect Gems and Frozen Gems and now there is a third. Which is also a great addition, but doesn’t really add anything new. The only thing is that Prism of Gems has the highest possible win of all three. Due to the 343 times multiplier and 3087 ways that can be reached.

If you like Perfect Gems or Frozen Gems you will also like Prism of Gems. If you are not familiar with these games, than Prism of Gems can give you the biggest win, but maybe start with Perfect Gems first to see if you like it.

You can find this new Play’n Go title at almost any NetEnt casino, including Leo Vegas >>

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