I don’t know what’s the story behind it but lately this slot is available to play on Eye of Egypt name at casinos like Begado or Lucky Club. Anyway, it doesn’t change anything, it’s exactly the same game with symbolic Egyptian signs and arts so we can play with hieroglyphs, Eye of Ra, Horus, pyramids and other. The graphics are not too complicated as the simplest black background image is assigned to the reel area but I don’t mind it because the decent and very colourful symbols can be more effective. In total, the pictorial solutions are satisfying and it’s a correct, enjoyable work.
The slot offers 3 types of randomly triggering Progressive Jackpots and the only difference between them is the certain amount of the winnable cash prize. Horus emblem is the Wild and while it’s substituting fortunately can multiply the wins by x3. It also forms the best paying line and rewards 5000 coins. The nice Eye of Ra is the Scatter and 3 or more of them are required to activate the Free Spin feature. It can’t be said the slot would be stingy as 15, 25 or even a crazy 250 free games can be won and during that session an x2 multiplier value in use. Not too often occurs but if this extra is re-triggered this multiplier number increases by 1.
I haven’t been too lucky on this slot in the past and even though I won lesser amounts but the highest paying winning combination just avoided me when one of my last tries finally broke the ice. At the beginning everything went ‘normal’ as the game only saw just little smiles on my face when thanks to Scatters I was awarded 15 free spins. But what was happened there really was a memorable experience. No, wasn’t any eye popping win but almost every spin brought fortunate arrangements that spin after spin paid $20, $40. Wilds, 4, 5 of a kind wins just occurred and when the free spins concluded I won around $370. I’d lie if I say something like this too often happens so I was real satisfied with that session and was happy about my profit.
It didn’t change my comprehensive opinion about the slot but definitely didn’t hurt it. I still think it’s not an exceptional product and I think to achieve that title some modification here and there would be needed but it’s a real good game that isn’t complicated in visually but nice enough to be likeable and doesn’t possess the ability to be the best paying slot in the industry but it pays back decently and correctly and can’t provide the most exciting features but has a normal and appropriate game rules and system so I think everybody who likes this great theme won’t be disappointed in Eye of Egypt.