|Min Bet Per Line
|0.4 - 40
|Wild Symbol, Scatter, Free Spins
Step back in time to a different era and a different culture. Welcome to ancient Egypt and the Secrets of Horus. It’s plainly obvious that the ever-popular Egyptian theme is all over game, and so it should be. If you’ve got a theme as brilliant as an ancient civilisation to work with it should be taken advantage of. The background music is very in-keeping and compliments the papyrus-backed reels. Speaking of the reels, these feature icons of sphinxes, ceremonial urns, hieroglyph-marked rings, scrolls of text and much more relating to this ancient culture.
The paylines included in Secrets of Horus stand at 20, which are spread out across the game’s five-reel, three row layout. The bet lines can be reduced and increased as you like, should you prefer to wager on a specific amount, meanwhile, the coin value can be changed from £0.02 up to the maximum of £0.50 per line, while the bet level can be altered between one and four. This offers up a maximum bet of £40 per spin.
An up close and personal image of Horus acts as the game’s wild symbol, and it will stand in for any other symbol, except scatters, to create a winning combination. All wins featuring a wild symbol are also doubled.
The ornately decorated scarab beetle is Secrets of Horus’s scatter symbol, and three or more of these symbols appearing anywhere on the reels will provide all players with a total of 15 free spins. A multiplier is also provided on the total bet placed, with three scatters offering a five times multiplier, four offering up a 25 times multiplier and five scatters providing a 500 times multiplier. All wins during the free spins round are tripled.
There are plenty of games based on ancient civilisations available to play online, and heaven knows there’s a plethora of them specifically about ancient Egypt. However, Secrets of Horus shouldn’t be cast off as just another game to add to the collection. It feels a lot more authentic than many others, and the inclusion of its extra features, though limited, is something that we love.