With the Egyptian desert in the backdrop, Treasure of Horus is what you’d expect from an ancient Egyptian themed offering – symbols on the reels include A, K, Q and J playing cards, coins, scimitars, Bastet god casts and ankh crosses. The scarab beetle is the wild symbol and replaces all symbols bar the scatter – 5 on a payline will give you 37.5 times your stake. It comes with an Arabian style soundtrack which sets the tone.
Look out for the Anubis on the middle reel as this will trigger the Free Spins feature – you will receive 6 free spins in the Tomb of Anubis. If the goddess Weret appears on the middle reel, you will receive 6 more free spins but this time in the Tomb of Weret – here, you will see 2x multiplier wilds appear on the reels (as well as the standard wild).
If you’re lucky enough to see Horus on the middle reel, you will be taken to the Tomb of Horus with 6 free spins awarded. Now, you will get the standard wild and 2x multiplier wild as well as a 5x multiplier wild and pharaoh scatter. The scatter rewards you with 5, 10 or 25 times your stake for 3, 4 or 5 during a free spin.
I quite like the multi-stage free spins feature – in total, you can get 18 free spins but the bigger wins should come in the final Tomb of Horus where you have the big 5x multiplier. It’s a medium to high variance title though with maximum wins of 2,562 times your stake on each free spin in the Tomb of Horus (with the 5x multiplier applied). Overall, an innovative and fresh approach to a saturated theme – thumbs up to Iron Dog Studio! I suggest you try some of their other offerings with the brilliant Blood Queen not to be missed.