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Hot on the heels of the Book Of Ra Deluxe comes the Book Of Ra 6! Success holds no bounds for this timeless classic slot game by Novomatic, which sprung to life 12 years ago back in 2005, a time when slot gaming was very basic and by today’s standards look awful in terms of the graphics. What stands as testament to the game’s genius is the gameplay. The Book Of Ra ‘classic’ as it is now called, offered fans of video slots so much more than its competitors at the time, which lead to the game becoming a huge success within online casinos, especially with our German friends.
The game theme hasn’t changed, we are still cast to the depth of ancient Egypt and like the ‘deluxe’ version alone, the graphics have been neatly polished with additional cleaner animation for the symbols, and these also remain the same. The newest instalment to the Book Of Ra comes as a 6 reel slot game and has the newer 10 win line option that can be adjusted to suit your betting needs.
The gamble option also remains from the ‘classic’, with very little change to the graphic quality, so it still has the nostalgic feel of the old. The return to player for this game is 95.03%.
Bonuses and Rewards
The sixth reel as mentioned is the only installment for the revamp, this will, in turn, offer the game player to win more as six matching symbols elevates the prize amount astronomically. For example, six symbols of the explorer will now multiply your bet stake by 120,000. So should you’re luck come in you could receive some life-changing money!
The Bonus round continues as it left off, the Book takes the form of the Scatter symbol which triggers the bonus round when it lands 3 symbols anywhere on the new 6 reel grid. Like the game of old, you’ll get free spins to increase your balance figure. 10 free spins are rewarded along with a random bonus symbol which will expand in the reel to increase your winning chances.
The game still feels like the ‘classic’ it still plays the same and there’s nothing wrong with dusting off the cobwebs and bringing it into the modern market. Fans of the original will have moved on so this is a nice reminder for them and compared to the 2005 version this is a lot less garish to the eyes.