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Free Book of Dead slot machine

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About Book of Dead

Ancient Egypt is one of the most popular themes for online slots, and Play'n Go has brought this world to us yet again with their Book of the Dead slot, which takes you to early 1900's Egypt as you explore the pyramids and attempt to walk away with some of King Tut's riches.

Book of the Dead is a 5 reel, 10 payline video slot that has a variety of slot symbols such as 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace, an explorer, an Egyptian sarcophagus, a dog god, hawks, papyrus scrolls, and more. The game is set against the backdrop of a pyramid entrance, giving us a look like we're about to set foot into something exciting and potentially dangerous at the same time. Those of you familiar with Novomatic's phenomenally successful slot machine Book of Ra will instantly recognise that this is more or less a clone of that game.

Feature wise, Book of the Dead contains wild symbols, free spins, expanding symbols, and scatters. The game also has a gamble feature, which allows punters the chance to put their winnings at risk for a chance to double or even quadruple your haul. The major feature is the free spins round where a single symbol is chosen to expand whenever it lands on the reels. When this happen the symbol expands to fill all three vertical positions on the reel, and wins are paid out on the paylines across the reels irrespective of whether the symbols are consecutive or not. For example you still win if your expanding symbol shows up on reels 1, 2, 4, and 5, but not on the middle reel 3. The feature is hugely popular in the Book of Ra games, as it can lead to some enormous wins.

Having spent some time playing Book of the Dead, I am of the opinion that this is a pretty good clone of Book of Ra. The presentation is newer and dare I say better than Novomatic's game which is beginning to look a little long in the tooth. There will be a captive market for Book of the Dead, with those most likely to love this game being those who are fans of Book of Ra and of course those of you that enjoy other Play'n Go slots. This game is also an ideal choice for those of you that like Novomatic's game, but are restricted from playing it due to your geographical location.

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25 September 2016 - 6:19pm

This game really reminds me of Book of Ra slot and at first I wasn't too keen about it. I tried this game several times at Casumo casino and I have also seen a really nice winning video from a player, so I do think it can bring great winnings, but as fo myself, my best result has been around 80x bet.

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17 October 2016 - 2:02am

Yeah its definitely a Book of Ra clone. I quite like it. As usual for Play 'n Go it looks beautiful and of course where I live I can't play Novomatic's games legally, so this is an ideal substitute. I wonder if they will do Lord of the Ocean next? Thats a little joke btw, LotO is a Novomatic clone of BoR, just with different graphics.

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