Book Of Dead Slot Analysis

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Book of Dead Slot Review
Play ‘n Go’s new Book of Dead has been designed for one purpose, and one purpose only. It has been created to take on Novomatic’s Book of Ra slot, which currently rules the roost when it comes to simplistic Ancient Egyptian themed video slots. The similarities between the two are there for all to see.
Both video slots contain a rather cheesy hero and explorer – in the case of Book of Dead, his name is Rich Wilde. Both slots’ symbols include surpluses of high playing card icons, and offer a very basic, primitive gaming structure, played over 5 reels and minimalistic paylines. In this case, there are just 10 of them for you to bet on.
Available stakes
All 10 paylines in this cheap and simple video slot are adjustable, as are the value of your coins, and the number you can wager per line. Coin denominations stem from as little as 0.01 up to as high as 2.00 in total. Up to 5 coins per line can be wagered, too. As you might imagine then, floor bets stem from 0.01 per line, per spin. On the other hand, ceiling bets are fixed at 100.00 per spin.
Jackpots
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However, this non-progressive jackpot can only be won if you are playing on the maximum wager, and land Rich Wild symbols across every spot on the reels. On its own, the highest paying symbol is worth 5,000 coins per payline, and only when 5 appear in a winning

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