Book Of Dead Pokie Review
As religious followers and fans of Book Of Ra pokie, we had a good chuckle when we saw the announcement of Book Of Dead, presented by Play’NGo. There are many similarities between the two and it’s easier to find them than it is to find something different.
Having that said, we have no problem suggesting that players give this game a try. The design is also improved quite a bit and looks more modern. When it comes to the volatility that Novomatic’s version is known for as well, the creators of this game rated it as 10/10. Bring on the challenge is all we can say for the time being!
It’s all about Ancient Egypt in this game and You’ll see symbols such as the Rich Wilde, who the game is supposedly based on, Anubis and the standard A/K/Q/J/10 card symbols that are of lower value than the rest.
The graphics and visual effects, while improved, do seem have been influenced by the highly successful Book Of Ra pokie.
It’s not clear yet how many pay-lines are featured in the game and what are the maximum coin denominations in use.
About The game
Coins Range:0.01 to 0.50
Fee Spins/Multiplier Better:10
When playing Book Of Dead all You care or should care about is triggering the free spins feature. This can be then by getting three book symbols on the screen in any position.
Once done, feature will start. A random symbol is selected to act as an additional wild symbols during the 10 free spins that are initially awarded. Not only do these wilds replace any other symbols, but also expand to cover the whole reels, when there is a winning pay-line to be made with them.
The feature can also be re-triggered, when three or more books appear on the reels during the free rounds of play. If this game is anything like the original, You’ll see re-triggers on a fairly frequent basis.
Play’NGo states that the maximum possible win playing Book Of The Dead will be capped at 250,000 coins. With the coin value going as high as 0.50 or even 1, this is projected to lead to a top payout of $125,000 or even $250,000 in real cash value.
Just like all titles from this company, this pokie is also playable on mobile and tablet devices. Just join a casino offering their suite of games, such as Leo Vegas, and You’ll be able to play and win on the go.
While very similar to Book Of Ra, we can see merit for having this game to a wider audience of players. Not that Novomatic does not have a big client base, but they do in fact have many restricted territories, including Australia. Play’NGo on the other hand, accept players from all over the world and most of their operators do so as well, excluding the US in most, but not all, cases.