Free Mysterious Egypt slot
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Mysterious Egypt slot by Pragmatic Play is anything but mysterious as we shall see shortly. With Karnak in Luxor as the background, hieroglyph reels and predictable desert music there really isn't much to see either. I won't string you along as we have an indentikit Book of Ra Deluxe game here, or if you like Book of Dead which is Play'n Go's version or even Pragmatic's own Book of Vikings slot because they themselves have made it a few time before this even! So can it be Egyptian reggae for our bankroll or will it mysteriously disappear into these tombs forever?
Yes, 10 lines over 5 reels of 3 rows each here on Mysterious Egypt slot with single symbols. Wild/scatter is Cleopatra and pays 200x bet or 500x if on a win line, Eye of Horus is 500x bet for 5-of-a-kind, Pyramid 200x, Cat or Bird 75x and five card values paying either 15 or 10x bet for a full line of five. You get a mystery symbol selected every spin which will pay as an expanding scatter if 2 or 3 plus land in view, depending on whether it's a premium or a card value.
You get 3 or more scatters to trigger 10 spins, which can be retriggered. Before they commence, a symbol bar the Wild/scatter is selected to become your expanding scatter for the duration. This means if enough land anywhere in view, they expand to full reel and due to having 10 lines you effectively get a 10x multiplier for scatter wins in the round. You can also land normal wins of other symbols. the top pay for a spin in this bonus is therefore 5,000x bet if you should have the Eye of Horus in play and you land all 5 in view.
Mysterious Egypt slot has a good 96.50% RTP. That's the only positive here. Little effort has been made on behalf of the graphics, sounds and animations because all we have really is a generic clone of an existing mechanic. True enough, it's a popular mechanic and most major developers have their own version of it, but is it necessary to have several in your catalogue, all the same? As I said, nothing mysterious here at all, move along...