Legend of the Nile – it is themed in Egyptian style: so vivid and obvious that one really wants to get immersed in it headlong. Or, at least, to visit Egypt instantaneously to walk by the pyramids.
On the right, there is a Sphinx as it is seen by the slot’s creators: a young guy with a model shape of the face. It has the accumulating jackpot. To reach it, you have to go through 4 series of free spins, receive x400 in total and then, the jackpot sits there as the final step of the last fill-up meter.
The power items are three: after the gods of Egypt: Ra, Anubis, and Isis. They are all meters that are filled up when anything of their kind happens on the screen. They are located one after another and get filled gradually when the previous one is filled completely. As for the details of their behavior, they are available in the official description of a slot provided by the manufacturer.
You can choose from 0.01 to 1.00 coin value and select a constant bet multiplier from x1 to x5, which makes you bet from 30 to 150 coins for 1 spin. There are the following buttons on the screen: Autoplay (with only three options available to change), a Spin button, a Max Bet button, and a Double Up button (it works in the bonus round, in which it is necessary to guess – heads or tails of the coin – which will double up your win or you’ll lose it all).
The gaming mechanics is rather tiresome, as it has lots of changing elements and special effects that constantly move here and there, blasts, fires, and all sorts of counting numbers in front of one’s eyes, which is very time-consuming and all these flashes get one’s eyes tired. Despite its sandy (and thus, calm) colors, flashes here and there are not advantageous for people who want calm play.
However, for those lovers of FX, who seek visual entertainment, Legend of the Nile is simply a fabulous finding, as it provides everything they would have in real-life Egypt: sand, sun, and various antiquities in abundance.
This is the classical icon-matching slot that has no visible reels on the gaming field. Icons simply fall from above when filling up the screen and disappear when played. The grid is 6×6.