They are sure that their passion is a gambler’s entertainment and these people are getting up every day in order the games will be quite rewarding, tense and exciting. When a gambler has fun, so they also do. Not absolutely strictly under the plunks and tin-tacks which are relevant to the functionality for which they are have been created in Thrones Of Persia: a burgundy ”Credits”-plunk has a shiny value; a wonderfully-violet square with sandy picture of tiny building close to which another similar square with inscription ”MENU” made of sand letters; then going a quartet of a ”minus/plus”-couple of beautifully-violet tin-tacks of ”Bet” (>”0,02” and <= ”0,50” ) & ”Lines” (<=”20”); a hint-reminder about that Thrones Of Persia’s gambler for certain must decide which wager will be best for him/her, select it and then only to press the ”roller” if she/he wants to play; directly down the yet noted hint is an union (better say upper part is exactly laying on the lower one) burgundy ”win” & ”Total Bet” plunks. Under the almost last and last article of reels are: a slightly inclined to the right of the flower violet shade, a rectangle very much resembling a parallelepiped (This tin-tack is performing a role of Thrones Of Persia’s automatical-gspinner which with a great pleasure will be kicking the Persian reels without asking a gambler to do something.); underneath is a mirror pale-ruby reflection of the same geometric figure which was described a little earlier with sandy letters ”Bet Max” (A ”half of a gamble coin” will be throw for the spin.); a large blood-stained shield with an arc-shaped golden-sand thick backward ”arrow” a ”Roller” and a weird turned a pair of modest ”wings” (On them are visible a picture of ”microphone” and an ”i”.). The menu which hides in ”i”-option features many pages/tabs/screens with ”lines for possible winning”, selections of special/usual g-symbols and extra rounds which can be for certain giving a pleasure and a pretty mood to a gambler. By the way, here are the g-symbols of Persian slot games: a collection made of sandy signs from ”Ace” to ”Nine”; an ivory painting of a horse on the purple ground; a light-grey lion drawn against the dark-turquoise fon and a pale-ivory drawing of a tiny horse-drawn coach; a very light grey ”boat” on the blue ”screen”. The Thrones Of Persia got a triplet of standing people with turned heads to the right as well.
”Wild” – a noble portrait of the Persian king. ”Scatter” – a high wide golden pyramid-shaped temple. In Thrones Of Persia 3+ ”golden pyramid-shaped temple’s open ”Free Spins”.