Eye of Horus Fortune Play is an easy game to play. Players can join in by placing bets ranging from 0.1 to €10 per spin. The action takes place on a typical 5 x 3 reel set, offering 10 ways to play. There aren't really many options for high rollers, I guess. However, if you choose the Fortune Play option, the betting range would change to 1 to 100, which would be more suited to risk-taking players. While the RTP is below average at 94.95%, the volatility is substantial. However, Fortune Play improves the payback percentage to 95.5 percent while also affecting the RTP. Nevertheless, it falls short of the typical 96 percent. Players can anticipate payments of up to 250,000 or 50,000 times their initial wager as the maximum win.
Symbols in video games aid in total immersion. Simple symbols like 9, 10, J, Q, K, and Ace are included here. A pair of fans, Ankh crosses, a scarab beetle, an eagle, and the jackal god Anubis are also listed in ascending order of importance. The All-Seeing Eye of Horus is the most profitable symbol, paying 10x, 25x, or 50x your entire bet if you land 3, 4, or 5. The graphics are fantastic, however, the quantity of symbols appears excessive given the sparse number of pay lines.
During the base game, keep an eye out for Scatter symbols since the Free Spins bonus activates anytime three or more of them appear in sight. For landing three, four, or five Scatter symbols, the player is awarded 12 free games in addition to a monetary prize of 2x, 20x, or 50x the wager.
The Fortune Play mode, which is triggered by clicking on the corresponding button, is undoubtedly the focal point here. Although you get to spin four separate reel sets at once and the RTP is somewhat increased, the feature is played with 10x your entire wager.