The Last Pharaoh Slot Review

The Last Pharaoh Slot Review

Slots Type: 5 Reel, 25 Payline Video slot with Free Spins and Bonus Feature.
Progressive: No Jackpot: 2000 coins
Reels: 5
Pay lines: 25
Max Coins: 125
Coin Value: $0.01 to $0.25
Gamble: No
Free Practice mode: Yes

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Follow CLEOPATRA, Queen of the Nile through the mysteries of ancient Egypt. Search for the coveted Rosetta Stone and battle with the Golden Cobras to discover hidden treasures playing The Last Pharoah Slot

The Last Pharaoh is one of the recently released video slots by BetOnSoft Gaming.
This ancient Egypt themed 5 reels and 25 payline video slot is based on the mysteries of ancient Egypt. In this slot there are wild, scatter, multiplier, free spins and a bonus feature with the most amazing animations and sounds.

‘The Last Pharaoh’ slot is set on an Egyptian wall surrounded by Pyramids. You’ll follow Cleopatra, Marc Antony through their there journey that comes to life in this sultry slot.

Coin sizes range from $0.01 to $0.25 with the maximum bet being 125 coins.

Wild Symbol

The Cleopatra symbol is the highest paying symbol and five Cleopatra’s awards the top jackpot. She also acts as the substitute symbol of the reel symbols except the scatters and the winnings are doubled.

Scatter Symbol

The scatter symbol is the Rosetta stone symbol. Get 3 or more for a payout of up to 100x total bet plus the free spins feature.

Bonus Round

Get three or more of The Cobra Crown symbol to trigger the bonus feature.
When 3, 4 or 5 of the Cobra Crowns symbol lands across the reels the Pick a Cobra feature is triggered. The numbers of triggering scatters will decide the number of picks.

Scatter Symbol

Trigger 3, 4 or 5 of the scatter Rosetta stone symbols and get the the free spins feature.
Win 10, 15 and 20 free spins respectively for 3, 4 or 5 scatters.
When the Rosetta stone symbols appear on reels 2, 4 those reels expand and substitute for all other symbols except of course for the scatter symbol.



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