Free Queen of Alexandria Wowpot slot
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Queen of Alexandria Wowpot slot is another in the Microgaming Progressive Network. Developed by their in-house studio Neon Valley, it offers up the Wowpot like Alchemy's Wheel of Wishes slot which is also under the MG flag. These run alongside the traditional Mega Moolah jackpots MG offer from a time when they actually used to make slots themselves. We had Mega Moolah slot and several years later Mega Moolah Absolootly Mad slot. Now it's all minor developers. So we get gentle Egyptian music here with a Pyramid and Luxor superimposed in the background and translucent reels with the expected symbols for the theme. Can we see a pharaonic rise for our bankroll here or will it end up underwater like much of ancient Alexandria?
On the reels...
We have a 10-line game of 5 reels of 3 rows each on Queen of Alexandria Wowpot slot and stacked symbols which pay both ways. You get Queen expanding Wilds on the centre 3 reels and 5-of-a-kind pays at 25 Sphinx, 12x 7's, 6x eye of Horus, 5x Scarab, 4x Ankh with low-pay green or blue Gems at 2.5x. There is a Wild re-spin feature triggered by any expanding Queen Wild with it locked in place, and a retrigger if another lands so a maximum of 3 successive re-spins is possible. That's it, no free games or bonus rounds!
You can randomly land Diamonds over any tiles on the middle 3 reels except over Wilds or the re-spins, where they cannot appear. You have 4 Progressives Mini seeded at 10.00, Minor at 100.00, Major at 50,000.00 and Wowpot! at 2,000,000.00. When you've collected enough Diamonds, you may randomly trigger the Jackpot Wheel which has coloured segments relating to the 4 different jackpot levels. The higher your stake, the more likely it is you'll trigger it.
Queen of Alexandria Wowpot slot is essentially a copy of Netent's Starburst slot with progressives thrown in. As if that wasn't bad enough, the RTP is a shocking 87.20% for the base game, overall 92.50% including the 5.30% progressive contributions. The game actually looks and sounds nice enough and follows a proven popular mechanic, but you'll not win much on it with the egg-timer volatility. All in all, this game is the epitome of how far Microgaming and their friends have fallen since the good ol' days...