Coins Of EgyptShow
There is a total of 5 reels and 25 paylines in Coins of Egypt created by Net Entertainment that draws inspiration from medieval Egypt.
An ancient Egyptian temple stands tall in the background with the god of the dead and embalming, Anubis and the god of the sky, Horus. Both of whom flank the reels on either side. There is also a soundtrack that plays in the background.
You can play the slot on any device of your choice. For only 20p, you will be able to make a spin in the slot.
The Gods are Waiting in Coins of Egypt
Spinning on the reels are the 5 scarab beetles, scorpions, Anubis, Wadjet, Bastet and Isis. The latter is the highest paying symbol in Coins of Egypt. You will get a maximum of 75n times your bet should you get 5 of these symbols on a payline.
The golden fly is the game’s wild symbol and it will substitute other symbols in the slot apart from the scatter, the chest seal and the collect symbols. Furthermore, should you get 5 wilds on an active payline, you will get 150 times your total bet.
This is the icing on the cake and the feature will only come alive once at least 3 scatters fall on reel 1, 3 and 5 in the base game. You will also have 3 chests represented by the Emerald Snake, the Golden Cat and the Ruby Eagle which will appear on the reels. In addition, each coin that appears will be included with the chests.
The seals that correspond to any chest will appear on reel 5. The round will then end after the 3 matching
Pharaoh Coins Win
During the main game, coins could fall on reel 1, 2 and 3. The coins come with benefits that include multipliers that range from 2x to 15x your bet.
You will get the value of the coins that appear on the reels if the pharaoh symbol will come into view on the 5th reel.
To Sum Up
NetEnt has done well to bring out every aspect of ancient Egypt in Coins of Egypt. In addition to that, the slot comes with numerous chances to strike huge wins including 247.5 times your wager on every spin to be won.
If you’re looking for another ancient Egypt inspired slot, then Coins of Egypt is a perfect place to start.
Name: Coins Of Egypt
Author: Darren Henley