You can barely visit an online casino nowadays without tripping over a few Egyptian-themed slot games. But that’s not a bad thing. With pyramids, black cats, mummies, tombs, and more to reveal, there’s a lot to get your teeth into.
We’ve dug deep to come up with three examples of this theme. But remember, there are plenty more where these came from!
This is a simpler-looking slot than many other Egyptian games, but we rather like that. It still packs in 20 lines over five reels, and has some cartoonish pharaohs and the Sphinx popping up alongside black cats and Cleopatra herself (of course).
It also benefits from Cleo as a wild and a mummy as a scatter, not to mention the familiar free spins feature and a pyramid-themed bonus feature, too.
NetEnt is a reliable provider of slot games, and with up to 3.6 million coins to win here, this Egyptian game is well worth a try. Built around five reels, each with a differing number of icons present, you can look for wilds that replace everything, and a Wild Generation feature in which a winning symbol at the top of the second, third, or fourth reel goes wild, too. Add some Avalanche Multipliers into the mix and you have a recipe for real fun.
The pharaoh rears his head again here, in a game featuring 20 paylines, five reels, and some unusual locked doors at the top of the reels. Those doors, shown in red, blue, and green, will take your attention, but there is more to discover here as well. The pyramids are used as a scatter, for example, with just two or more required for a prize to be won. And yes, the keys to unlock those doors will be found on the reels, so you should play until you find them all. When you do, you’ll enter the bonus feature.
It isn’t hard to find slot games based around an Egyptian theme. They’re very popular, and with a winning position to start from, it’s easy to see why so many software developers create at least one Egyptian slot game for players to try. The question is this – which game developer has your favorite Egyptian slot available, and have you found them yet?