HOW TO PLAY EGYPTIAN KING
All the important deities from the Egyptian culture can be found on the reels. First of all, we have Horus, the god of the sky, and next to him is Anubis, the deity of the underworld. Bastet is also there, as well as Seth, the snake. The Eye of Ra and the Scarab can always be found in slots with a similar topic, while playing cards act as low-value icons.
Tutankhamun himself is the Wild that substitutes for all regular symbols. The Pyramid is the Scatter that appears only on reels 2, 3, and 4, triggering the Free Spins feature, and the Amulet Scatter, which lands only on reels 1 and 5, triggers the Pharaoh Respins.
The reel grid is made from stone blocks and is guarded by two warriors on both sides. Most of the pharaoh tombs are packed with traps so that the treasure can be preserved, but the 2019 release is quite simple to use. Egyptian King features five reels, with a 3-4-4-4-3 reel formation, offering 20 fixed paylines, which pay left to right, starting from the leftmost reel, with three of a kind being the minimum for landing payouts.
Betting is fixed at 20 coins per spin, but the coin value can be changed, meaning that players can wager as low as $0.20 and as high as $25 per single spin.