The 3D graphics depicting hieroglyphs and artifacts are a little generic, but still appealing. The slot’s design is not exceptional, unlike many of the market’s newest titles. There aren’t the animations or the stunning artwork that elevate some of the latest releases from older stock. The purple and gold reels here offer a solid design for the theme. However, the game’s vibrant and dramatic soundtrack offers plenty of atmospheric action on the reels. Player experience is really elevated by the pulsing, haunting tune with an energetic beat.
Pragmatic Play’s betting structure is attractive to a wide range of gamblers. You can play up to 10 coins across the 10 fixed paylines. The coins’ values range from 0.01 to 0.50. That means low-limits players can join the fun from 0.10 per spin. High rollers might not be wowed by the 50.00 max bet, but the top jackpots for this stake reach up to 250,000.00, which is much less easy to dismiss.
As mentioned, the Ancient Egypt pay table has a strong appeal with its impressive high-paying prizes. Players are tantalisingly reminded of these prize sums, which revolve across the ticker tape above the reels. All payouts are listed as the real cash sums that are awarded for your winning line bet. Adjust your bet and these sums will adjust as well. No complicated calculations are needed to work out your bankroll here.
The four picture symbols of the eye of Ra, the ankh, Anubis and Cleopatra respectively pay out 500x, 2000x and 5000x your line bet. At the lower end of the pay table, we have far more standard wins of 5x to 150x your line bet. It’s a wide range from top to bottom, but this is not unexpected for a slot with fairly high volatility.