Caravan To CairoShow
A new slot brought to you by Eyecon is based on the desert adventure theme. The game has 5 reels and 243 ways to create a winning combination. Caravan to Cairo is a turbulent game that is playable from minimum range of 25p and highest range of £50 per spin. The game has a backdrop that features sand dunes, pyramids and sphinx. The reels are filled with wild animals spinning around. All this arrangement gives a cartoon feel to the game.
Symbol line-up at Caravan to Cairo
The symbols are a wide range of wild animals that include cats, birds, crocodile, monkeys, rhinos and camels. The crocodile is one of the highest paying standard symbols. If you end up landing 3, 4 or 5 on adjoining reels, you will be awarded a prize equal to 2, 4 or 40 times your position.
Wild Scatter and Bonus
The wild symbol in the Caravan to Cairo is the pyramid which will transform all the symbols on reel 2, 3, 4 into similar symbols in order to build more winning combinations. This transformed symbol does not include the scatter symbol.
The smiling elephant is the scatter of Caravan to Cairo. You will be awarded 5, 10 or 50 times your position if you manage to land 3, 4 or 5 this symbol on the reels. The magic of the smiling elephant does not end here; it also activates the free spin feature that will award you various free spins and multiplier combos.
You will get 20 free spins along with 2x multiplier for all your wins, 15 free spins along with 3x multipliers, 10 free spins along with 4x multiplier, 8 free spins along with 5x multiplier, and 5 free spins with 10 x multipliers.
If you get or more scatter symbol on the reels then you will be able to retrigger the free spins feature. You can reactivate it up to 15 times that will award you maximum 320 free spins with 2x multiplier or 80 free spins along with 10x multiplier.
The Caravan to Cairo is not so complex game and has wide range of symbols and features. The player will end up winning big due to the presence of the enormous multipliers and free spins.
Name: Caravan To Cairo
Author: Darren Henley