The new slot machine from Stakelogic and Hurricane Games was named Nine Pyramids of Fortune. The development is dedicated to the facts of the ancient Egyptian civilization.
The new slot machine Stakelogic and Hurricane Games implements a 5x3 scheme with 25 paylines. Winning combinations on the reels are instantly deleted, freeing up space for new variants. Among the developers, this technique is called an "avalanche". Successive avalanches activate a multiplier that does not exceed 5x in the base game.
The nine pyramids present in the name are not accidental - the fall of the three pyramids causes the appearance of a "pyramid of luck", and each symbol of the pyramid scatter that appears increases the payoff. The left side of the screen is occupied by a payment card.
The player who has collected all avalanches and three pyramids (minimum) receives the "Nine Pyramids of Luck" reward, which can unlock any level filled with prizes. There is an additional multiplying factor associated with the "avalanche" and "Pyramid of Fortune".
A scatter free spins feature is also available. It launches a roulette wheel that gives the player a number of free spins and an avalanche multiplier. The latter does not exceed "6" and free spins are limited to "15". Additional free spins that appear are added to the existing ones.
The Nine Pyramids Fortune slot also provides double bets - Super Stake, which is a branded chip. They double the chance of free spins scatters appearing. Another way to increase your bet is to bet on color.
Hurricane Games was acquired by Stakelogic last June.
Михаил Слотчевский | Last update: 29.06.2022
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