Coming up on July 5, 2017 through the NYX OGS platform, and already available through the 1X2 NETWORK, is the Treasures of Horus slot, the newest game by Iron Dog Studio. This game has an Egyptian theme, and while that theme has been done several times over, they've put their own spin on it in a way that makes it stand out.
There are three wild symbols that show up in this game. Five of a kind pays 750x, which is a pretty substantial win with how the pay table is structured, and it doesn't matter which of the three wilds you use to make the winning combination. The purple wild pays a 2x multiplier on wins, and the bright blue pays 5x. This means you can multiply winning combinations by up to 5x to get even larger wins that you would have been paid otherwise.
Free Spins Bonus Features
There are three chambers of three tombs you can visit for free spins. You'll get six free spins initially to enter the Anubis chamber when the Anubis symbol appears on the center reel. During that feature, you can get the Weret symbol on the middle reel to visit the Weret chamber for an additional six free spins. From there, you can finally get the Horus symbol on the third reel for a set of six free spins when you enter his chamber. The deeper you go into the chambers, the more wild symbols you get and the bigger the multipliers become.
Iron Dog Studio Slots
Iron Dog Studio is the recently formed subsidiary of the 1X2 NETWORK, formerly 1x2gaming, and it's all about producing high-quality slots. They want to be competitive with the best that the industry has to offer, and they're looking to do that with solid graphics and strong gameplay. Treasures of Horus definitely has a different approach than other Egyptian-themed games we've seen before, so they're clearly on to something here, and we hope to see more from them like this in the future. Overall, this is a game with an interesting free spins feature that has multiple stages, and it really fits with the theme of exploring tombs.
Press Release, Iron Dog Studio Releases Treasures of Horus 1x2gaming.com, June 23, 2017