The Crown of Egypt brings a little bit of the heritage that the country has been brought up on into the mobile slots world. This is beautifully presented version of a theme that has undoubtedly been done before, but IGT seem to have a knack of bringing these once tired themes, back to life.
The slot includes a 5 reel 1024 payline option is one that often yields some of the biggest bonuses in the industry. You not only get this huge amount of paylines, but you can also claim both a free spins game along with wilds and scatters for that extra oomph.
The Egyptian theme is without doubt one of the more popular with slots and its integration over to the mobile industry has brought about another success for IGT. It includes images of Egyptian gods and goddesses along with a number of symbols that really look quite stunning, even on the limited screen real-estate that you get with mobile. The creepy soundtrack is the only real downside to this game but, you can mute this without too much hassle.
the game has made quite a big fuss about the fact it includes a staggering 1024 paylines, which is one of the largest that we have come across. This makes for an increased number of wins, but in all honesty, they are more little and often, than anything else. You can flick between a lower amount of paylines if you don’t want to play for the max bet of 80 coins, but you will get an overriding sense that you are missing out on a potentially big payday.
The Crown of Egypt logo is your wild symbol for the game and this will sub in for any symbol not making up a winning payline. This will only appear on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th payline.
The free spins game is where you will want to target and the scatter symbol is the diamond pyramid. You need to collect two or more of these on the third column to first of all access the free spins round and claim an initial 20 free spins. 3 scatters will get you 15 free spins whilst four will get you 20 free spins.
Additional free spins can be made throughout this round working with the same denomination, but be aware that there are no multipliers in effect throughout the Crown of Egypt, which is a little disappointing to be honest.