April 1, 2020 written by

Evoplay Entertainment’s Egyptian slot

Game development studio Evoplay Entertainment has revealed its new game release: Rise of Horus.

Rise of Horus is set in the world of Ancient Egypt, a very popular theme for slots. It is a well-known era and is full of mystery, charms, Gods and Goddesses, and beautiful objects, which makes it an ideal setting for an exciting slot game.

Players of Rise of Horus will enter the sacred temple that rises high above the desert landscape. With the temple full of riches and treasures waiting to be discovered, lucky players may be able to boost their fortunes if the right symbols appear on the reels.

Rise of Horus has 5 reels and 243 ways to win, with an RTP of 96.1%.

Not a typical Egyptian slot

As we have already said, Ancient Egypt is hardly a new theme for a slot. However, Evoplay Entertainment aims to make Rise of Horus an unforgettable and unique slot with their innovative and immersive design. They make sure the scenery is full of details to make players feel like they can almost touch the sand and stone of the temple.

Rise of Horus blesses players with a number of special features.

Firstly, there are Wilds which can substitute for other symbols on the reels so make up winning paylines. They can only appear on reels 2, 3, and 4.

Scatter symbols are also available on Rise of Horus. If one of these symbols appears on reel 3, the respins feature will be triggered. In the respins round, reels 2 and 4 will turn into Glowing Reels. If a Scatter lands on the Glowing Reel during a Respins Round, it will trigger another respins and a Free Spins. On the very last Respins, all reels will become Glowing Reels for the final round. Again, every Scatter appearing on the reels on their final respin will give the player a Free Spin.

The Free Spins feature also comes with some special elements. One of the regular symbols is picked at random and is placed on the reels automatically as a stack of 3. Furthermore, the reels will rise to be 7 rows high, which takes the number of possible paylines to 16807!

These features are not the only ones available. To make Rise of Horus stand out even more, the game offers a Horus Gift. This gift is a random event that is activated after any losing spin in regular gameplay- replacing up to 3 low-paying symbols on the reels with Wilds on reels 2, 3, and 4.

“Exciting events and immersive theme”

Evoplay Entertainment’s CEO said: “Take a trip with us across the dunes of the Ancient Egyptian desert where a fortune awaits intrepid travellers! Loaded with Free Spins, exciting events and an immersive theme, players looking for a wealth of riches beyond their wildest imagination are welcome to join our voyage to the Temple of Horus. “

If you still did not hear about Evoplay Entertainment, nor had the chance to test their games, now would be the time to do so because Rise of Horus slot really is fun and entertaining, and the God of the Sky is expecting you.

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