Play’n GO introduces its latest online slot, Scroll of Seth, featuring a theme inspired by ancient Egypt.
In Scroll of Seth, players will search for an ancient scroll that possesses the unique ability to turn items into gold. The game is played on 5×3 reels with 50 paylines, where players aim to land winning symbol combinations. Finding the Scroll of Seth can bring additional rewards to the players’ experience.
During gameplay, the Scroll of Seth can appear on the third reel, activating a horizontal reel filled with Wild symbols. If a Wild symbol appears above any base game reel, that reel will be filled with Wilds, possibly leading to significant wins.
Scroll of Seth bonus feature
By landing three or more Golden Ankh Scatters, players can unlock Free Spins, with the number of spins varying based on the number of Scatters obtained. Additionally, during the Free Spins round, players can unlock a second tier for the Scroll of Seth bonus. If a second Scroll of Seth appears during this round, it will be added to the horizontal reel, providing Wild multipliers that can expand onto the reels and increase win values.
Play’n GO has a selection of games with an ancient Egyptian theme, catering to fans of this aesthetic, such as Ankh of Anubis, the Book of Dead series, and the extended Wilde collection.
Head of Game Retention at Play’n GO, George Olekszy said: “Many of us at Play’n GO alongside the players, adore the theme of Ancient Egypt, and that can be reflected in our extensive catalogue of fantastic titles set in this genre. Adding to the great library of games is Scroll of Seth, a standalone IP that is sure to give fans an enjoyable and fresh experience with unique features.
“We are consistently focused on providing new slot games for fans of our most popular genres, whether it’s Ancient Egypt, Norse Mythology, or Sci-Fi. This requires innovative takes on features and systems, like Scroll of Seth’s extra reel, to keep things fresh and interesting.”
Scroll of Seth slot from Play’n GO will be available from 20th July 2023.