Legacy of Deadby Play'n Go
The various gods of ancient Egypt are an endless source of inspiration for artists. How many movies, TV shows, video games, books, and other media are there with this theme? Far too many to count.
It’s a background that’s very popular in the igaming industry as well. With so many offerings sporting the familiar faces of such figures as Osiris, Ra, Horus, Bastet, and many others.
Developer Play’n Go has released another game set in Egypt, going back to familiar grounds as this company has quite a few such games in their portfolio.
You’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all. This is as Egypt as it gets, with painted columns full of hieroglyphs and mysterious music.
The symbols are the familiar faces we mentioned before – Anubis, Horus, and others. The gods are the high-paying symbols, as is appropriate.
Low paying items are represented as classic card numbers.
While the game’s presentation is hardly innovative, the production values are on a high level with crisp and attractive graphics. The sound is also as expected – appropriate and in the service of creating the proper mood.
Betting Options and Functions
Punters will journey into the depths of the pyramids in this video slot hoping to find some ancient treasures. The journey is taking place on a 5x3 grid with 30 fixed paylines.
All the options one might expect from a modern title are here. Autoplay lets you sit back and relax while the reels spin automatically, while the quick spin option speeds up the animations.
I order to spin…
…punters must first stake a minimum of 30 cents. Or should they feel inclined to do so – a whole €90. That’s quite the high-stakes gambling that can happen in this offering.
There are many games out there with extra spins as their main special feature. But what happens when a developer puts extra spins into the extra spins feature?
It’s a spin-ception, that’s what it is. How does it all work? It is quite simple, just have three scatters land on the reels. This triggers the wheel of the gods which determines how many spins will be credited to the punter and also adds a random multiplier.
But during this mode…
…if two or more wild scatters appear – the wheel of the gods appears again. This time it’s bringing pyramid spins. Think of them as additional extra spins.
What’s great about all this…
…is that the pyramid spins can be retriggered. With a lot of luck, it can turn into a veritable bonanza of extra spins.
And that is something we always appreciate.
Play’n Go is a fan of ancient Egypt which is clear to see from such titles as Rise of Dead, Doom of Egypt, and Ankh of Anubis.
Does this offering measure up? Definitely. It has all the things a punter might want from a game. Excellent graphics and sound, fun features, and a cool theme.