Pariplay has been testing their ‘Locked Frame’ feature for some time, with Gold’s Guardian being the only part of the series that offers a somewhat different version of the feature. Scrolls of Aphrodite, however, returns to the original blueprint, closely resembling Book of Itza. The game features a small difference in the RTP range, but the overall ‘ancient civilization’ Locked Frame and Sticky Expanded Wild Respin experience is very similar. Despite some negative feedback, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing for fans of the series. However, a bit more variation between installments could be beneficial.<br><br>The Aphrodite wild symbol serves to help form winning combinations, replacing all regular pay symbols. She is also the most valuable symbol in the game, worth 20x your stake for 5 on a payline. The top-tier Zeus symbol pays 15x your stake for 5 on a payline. Any Aphrodite Wild that appears leaves a sticky golden frame in its position. When a full reel is covered by these Locked Frames, an expanded version of the Aphrodite Wild also sticks to that reel, granting 3 sticky wild respins.<br><br>If no winnings come from the Sticky Expanded Wild Respins feature, a 2x consolation prize is awarded. To trigger the Bonus Round, at least 3 scatter symbols must be visible, awarding 12 free spins regardless of the number of scatter symbols. The Sticky Expanded Wild Respins feature can also be triggered during the bonus round, and you are guaranteed to do so at least once. <br><br>Scrolls of Aphrodite is another installment in Pariplay’s ‘Locked Frame’ series, following the same blueprint as previous games like Faith and Book of Itza. It offers a potential 5,000x win, capped at £250,000. The Greek mythology theme may seem generic, but the fully expanded goddess of beauty certainly stands out when the Sticky Expanded Wild Respins feature is triggered. This feature has the potential to achieve the maximum win by filling the grid with wilds in the base game and is more likely in the bonus round due to the guaranteed trigger with an added x2 to x8 multiplier. <br><br>Other games in the series with similar features include Faith, based on the Valiant Comics superhero, and Book of Itza, which, despite its name, doesn’t have any ‘Book of’ mechanic. Gold’s Guardian is a Pariplay installment that offers a unique twist to the Locked Frame feature where dragon symbols create frames and turn all adjacent symbols wild when a dragon lands inside the framed position.