Online slots supplier Play’n GO announced Thursday the launch of ImmorTails of Egypt, a new slot that combines two themes: Ancient Egypt and animals. The title joins the company’s latest releases, including Mount M, Champions of Mithrune, Bull in a Rodeo, Forge of Fortunes, and Leprechaun’s Vault.
“Bestowed with the powers of their ancestors – the Ancient Egyptian deities that they’re named after – Bastet, Mafdet and Sekhmet may be cute, but they are equally mischievous, and the slippery serpent Apep is on a mission to steal their treasures. We have a feeling the gods might have something to say about that,” the company describes the game’s background.
In a press release, the company explained that Bastet, Sekhmet, and Mafdet sit at the top of the grid with meters above them so players can clearly see their progress and how many of the kittens they are about to see transformed into Expanding Wilds. And there is the opportunity to have all five reels covered by Expanding Wilds.
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During the Free Spins round the reels expand from 5×3 to 5×4, and a Multiplier is also applied, which is designed as a locked treasure chest that bursts open when wins are achieved revealing the Multiplier and creating a real sense of reward.
“The way the kittens transform into big cats is an innovative way of tying features, theme, and narrative together as you can physically see the kittens harness the power of their ancestors on the grid, upping the entertainment as well as the potential factor for the player,” the company further explained.
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Play’n GO’s Games Ambassador, George Olekszy said: “This is a really fun game to play, the goals are clear from the start as players can see their progress with the kittens at the top of the reels and whether they’ve collected enough symbols to open the treasure chest!”
“Play’n GO has an innate knack of knowing how to use themes that complement each other to create a game that may seem a little different to start, but the finished product just works!” he concluded.