Online players can have their pick when it comes to Ancient Egyptian-themed slots. The genre has arguably more slot games under its banner than Irish luck, sports, branded or possibly any other category of themed slots online. Even so, another new Egyptian slot is debuting this month at online casinos.
Unlike most of its counterparts, this slot doesn’t focus on the legendary King Tut or Queen Cleopatra. It isn’t a generic pyramid and Sphinx-themed slot, either. Instead, Doom of Egypt takes a darker look at the deities of Ancient Egypt.
As Highly Volatile as You’re Going to Get
The new game has been unveiled by Play ‘n Go, and it is about as highly volatile a release as you’re going to find from this developer. Stakes cost 0.10 up to 50.00 a turn, and that is hardly surprising since there are ten fixed paylines spanning the slot’s five reels. Prizes are typically enormous and stand at the five-thousand times a bet mark.
While the prizes and wagering range are very agreeable (even if the highly volatile gameplay won’t be everybody’s cup of tea), the special features aren’t. There just doesn’t seem to be enough of them. Players are looking at a severe shortage of goodies in the game.
A Distinct Lack of Treasures
The Doom of Egypt slot is played in much the same manner as Book of Ra, or Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead when it comes to its special features. A free spin bonus round can see 10 games dished out to players, with one symbol chosen at random in the game to appear as an expanding symbol. This expanding icon is about the only perk to appear in the game.
Surely there are other special features to be found in Doom of Egypt? Well, apart from a basic wild symbol, no, there aren’t. The lack of goodies will be a bit of a cause for concern, even if the theme and graphics are considerably better than many other Ancient Egyptian-themed games.
Where to Play Doom of Egypt
Doom of Egypt should be launching at all top online casinos which are known for offering Play ‘n Go slots this month. Considering that those sites often dish out games from other providers, too, you are likely to be able to play other Ancient Egyptian-themed slots if Doom of Egypt doesn’t happen to tickle your fancy.