Game in Action
Before you actually start hitting the spin option, which has just a couple of arrow marks on it, you will spend some time hunting for the various buttons. The Autospin button is clearly visible, but the “i” button, which opens the pay table isn’t. You don’t have to manually activate paylines as the slot comes with fixed paylines, but you do have the freedom to choose your bet amount.
The fixed payouts are on the low side. As the top prize, you will get only 250 coins if you land four wild icons along a payline. The payouts for combinations of Egyptian gods are just slightly higher than the payouts for the high value card combinations.
But your disappointment will disappear if you unlock the game’s bonus features. The scatter Ankh icons will pay up to x16 your bet amount, and these are just the scatter wins. Hit at least three Ankh symbols to get those rotating free spins the slot is accredited for.
Gods of Giza lacks a progressive jackpot, a bonus game that opens on the second screen, and even a gamble feature. But it has something unique — the rotating free spins. You will win eight of these if you get at least three scatter icons anywhere on your reels. With each spin, the entire reel frame will rotate 90 degrees four times to maximize your chances of winning prizes.
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If you must play Gods of Giza, you have to play it for the rotating free spins. The game really doesn’t have anything else unique about it — there are just too many Egypt themed slots in the industry. Besides, the fixed payouts are disappointingly low and there is neither bonus game opening on the second screen nor gamble feature to spice things up. So in our opinion, the creative free spin feature is not enough to keep this slot from disappointing us.