Can the winged horse Pegasus help you fly off with a trail of golden coins? That’s what you’ll be hoping for in Divine Fortune, a Greek myth and legend themed video slot from Net Entertainment. Available on all devices, it’s a 5 reel, 20 payline game that comes with wild re-spins, expanding wilds, free spins and a shot at 1 of 3 progressive jackpot prizes. Don your virtual toga from between 20p and £100 per spin.

As you’d expect from a NetEnt creation, Divine Fortune looks terrific – the reels are flanked by a pair of marble statues and include lower value A to J playing cards alongside a Phoenix, Minotaur and Nemean Lion. The top paying standard symbol is Medusa. Land 5 of the snake-haired Gorgon on a payline and you’ll pocket 600 coins. There are plenty of opportunities to bag a decent sized win here via the excellent range of bonus features:

Falling Wild Re-Spins feature – Pegasus, the winged horse is the game’s wild, substituting for everything bar the bonus and jackpot symbols. After it has flown onto view and the payout been made, the wild will drop down a place and you’ll be awarded a re-spin. The extra re-spins will continue until the last Pegasus has dropped off the reels.

Wild on Wild feature – this occurs when a standard wild hits and a falling wild drop onto it. When this happens, the whole of that reel will turn into a wild reel. You’ll then be granted 2 falling wilds with re-spins to follow.

Free Spins feature – 3, 4 or 5 of the hand clutching the lightning bolt during the standard base game or the Falling Wild Re-Spins feature triggers the bonus round. Here you’ll be awarded 5, 8 or 12 free spins. Each wild that hits during the feature will turn into a Wild on Wild stacked symbol meaning they will become wild reels. The usual allocation of re-spins will follow.

Jackpot Bonus feature – the symbol to look out for here is the bronze coin. Collect 3 or more of them and you’ll trigger the feature which plays out on a new set of reels. These new reels are made up of 15 individually spinning positions. The goal from your 3 spins is to try and fill the rows with coins, which on their own are worth between 10 and 200 times your stake.

Fill 1 row and you’ll win the Minor Jackpot. Fill 2 and it’s the Major Jackpot. A full 3 rows triggers the Mega Jackpot and potential megabucks.

Divine Fortune is another classy effort from Net Entertainment. They’ve obviously paid great attention to the design of the game but haven’t neglected the features. Combined, it all adds up to an impressive overall package with wins of up to 600 times your stake in the Free Spins feature and base game.

There’s a seemingly endless appetite for all things ancient Greek – Divine Fortune certainly lives up the first part of its name as far as looks are concerned. Get lucky with the jackpot and it has the potential to deliver the second part too. Overall then, well worth a look. I also recommend you take a look at Warlords: Crystals of Power which is NetEnt’s best game in a long time.