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Out now: Book of Relics


Out now: Book of Relics

Out now: Book of Relics

Temped by a tome with a difference? Relax, we’re not suggesting you get stuck into any old dusty book. But SG Digital’s Book of Relics is a real page turner. Plot twist – with the Mega Drop jackpot, players could be on for a happy ending…

The Book of Relics is a mysterious old piece of literature which acts as some sort of gateway to ancient Egyptian treasures. And with dog-headed men guarding each side of the screen, and images of Tutankhamun popping up on the reels, seems like we got ourselves a good old-fashioned tomb raid. Ready to mix it up with those mummies?

This rather snazzy looking five-reel slot offers Wilds, Scatters, the ever-popular Free Spins feature, and that nifty Mega Drop progressive jackpot. There are Epic, Major and Minor jackpots to aim for, with some potentially big cash payouts in store, if your luck’s in.

The Book symbol is wild, substituting for other symbols – and if three or more scattered Book symbols land on the reels, they will trigger the Free Spins feature. Three scatters grant you 10 Free Spins, plus a 2x multiplier. But with four scatters, you’ll enjoy 15 Free Spins and a 20x multiplier.

And if you’re fortunate enough to land 5 Book symbols, you’ll be rewarded with 20 Free Spins and a 200x multiplier. You can win additional Free Spins while the feature is in play if more three or more scatters appear on the reels, too.

Expanding symbols also play a role in the Free Spins – a symbol will be randomly chosen before the Free Spins commence, and if the symbol lands during the Spins, it will expand to cover the entire reel, giving you more potential to land a winning combination.

Ready to sift through these Relics, then? Seems this Book has all the hallmarks of a bestseller…

Book of Relics is released on 18th May 2020 – in the meantime, visit 32Red Casino to check out a wide range of table games and slots to keep you entertained for now!

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