|6.||Maximum jackpot in coins||2500|
|10.||Betting range||from $0.2 up to $100|
|11.||Coin Bet Range||from $0.02 up to $10|
|12.||Coins per line||1|
Imagine if there was an online video slot featuring both corrida-based and Egyptian motifs. Well, now there is!
Book of Toro is an online title designed by ELK Studios casino software played on 5 reels, 3 rows and 10 paylines. Aside from the traditional ‘Book of…’ elements such as Wilds, Free Spins and Expanding symbols, this online release offers Walking Wilds and Respins.
It should be noted that all punters will be able to enjoy these reels even on their mobile devices and across all available platforms as well.
Let’s see what lies in a nutshell, shall we?
Theme and Symbols
In terms of visuals, we could define this online one-armed bandit as a hybrid. You’ll encounter different motifs from Egyptian and Spanish cultures. Royals (10-A) are the lowest-paying symbols offering up to 15x the bet for a combination of 5.
Scarabs, hawks, pyramids and matadors are the highest-paying icons in the game worth up to 250x the bet for 5 of a kind.
Betting Options and Special Features
Book of Toro comes with a standard ‘Book of…’ grid layout consisting of 5 reels, 3 rows and 10 fixed paylines. As far as wagering is concerned, all punters interested in giving it a spin will be able to place their bets in the range between 0.2 coins and 100 coins per spin.
Now, let’s check out the precious content, shall we?
Toro acts as a Walking Wild and in addition to replacing all regular symbols, it’ll also trigger Respins and leave the trail of Wilds behind it. Also, the book symbol acts both as the scatter icon and as a regular Wild.
3 or more books anywhere on the reels activate the Free Spins bonus round and awards 10 freebies. As always, at the start of the feature, one symbol will be randomly selected to become an Expanding Symbol during the round. The great news is that the round can be retriggered as well.
Toro is back on the reels and we must admit that it surprised us again. ELK Studios decided to enrich traditional ‘Book of…’ mechanics with modern bonus features and it’s clear that they did a hell of a job here.
Who would have thought that corrida and Ancient Egypt could represent such a perfect mix, right?
by Milovan Bogdanovic