Egyptian Goddess Vegas Millions slot - Free Play - Game Review
Ash Gaming are becoming more and more well known within the world of online gaming, and while it’s taken them a while to really make their imprint on the gaming scene, they’re slowly beginning to become a prominent name in the gambling scene.
Egyptian Goddess is one of their latest titles, and uses a classic Egyptian theme to present players with a dynamic and enjoyable gaming experience.
It looks – and plays – like some of Ash Gaming’s most popular titles, like Alice’s Wonderland, Heart of the Jungle, and Little Britain, although Egyptian Goddess contains some unique play features that help make it a really, really cool game to check out.
OK, so Egyptian Goddess is basically a complete rip off of Rich Wilde’s Book of Dead, or Book of Ra – the special expanding symbols come out during the bonus round (The free-spins round is triggered by landing 3 of the scatter symbols anywhere in view, and this allows you to enter the free spins bonus.)
While it’s a shame Ash Gaming decided to basically copy the more popular games, in fairness, they do manage to put their own twist on the game, and the special expanding Mummy symbol adds an air of excitement to the game, so it’s worth checking out!
Egyptian Goddess is fully-optimised for mobile players, and as long as you have a steady and reliable Internet connection, you can begin gaming right away.
If you’re an iOS or Android user, you can begin playing the game on your mobile device without any issues whatsoever.
Windows and Blackberry users can also play – other devices will likely be able to play the games, but it’s worth checking. Playing from your mobile phone or tablet is easy, and all you need to do is open the game up through your Internet browser, and you can begin playing right away!
Pros: Fun and exciting to play, Egyptian Goddess can offer BIG payouts if you’re lucky enough to get one of the higher-paying symbols as the trigger icon during the free-spins round.
Cons: it’s no doubt a slight rip off of PlayNGo's and Novomatic's popular games, but nonetheless, Ash Gaming have done a good job and it’s worth checking out.