Rise of Dead: Demo
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Rise of Dead is powered by Play ‘N Go and has 5 reels and 20 paylines. Playable on desktop, mobile and tablet devices from 20p to £100 a spin, this follow-up to Book of Dead is equally impressive and comes with 3 bonus features that reward you with stacks of symbols, unlimited free spins with expanding pharaoh symbols and stacks of wilds as well as a random feature where reels 1, 3 and 5 show the same symbol.
Visually, Rise of Dead is brilliant – it has an ancient Egyptian theme and has a dark and sinister feel. Symbols on the reels include A, K, Q, J and 10 royals as well as 3 high value pharaohs – they look a bit scary to be honest as they are dead! 1 of them will reward you with 25 times your stake for 5 across a payline. The scarab beetle is the wild symbol and substitutes for all symbols bar the scatter – it’s also the highest paying symbol giving you 125 times your stake for 5 on a payline.
When it comes to bonus features, Rise of Dead has 3. The game benefits from the Mega Stacks feature – on each base game spin, 1 symbol is randomly selected which then fills 12 consecutive spaces on every reel. This increases your chances of forming the biggest possible winning combination with that symbol.
In the base game, the Gift of Gods feature may randomly be triggered – basically, reels 1, 3 and 5 will be filled with the chosen Mega Stack symbol. This increases your chances of filling the reels with the Mega Stack symbol for bigger payouts. If it’s a high value symbol, it could lead to payouts of 500 times your stake.
Rise of Dead’s main bonus offering is the Ancient Free Spins feature – this is played when you get when 3 scroll scatters on reels 1, 3 and 5. Beginning with 10 free spins, 1, 2 or 3 scrolls on the reels during a free spin will reward you with 2, 4 or 10 additional free spins, In fact, the number of free spins you can win is unlimited!
On every free spin, either the A, K, Q, J or 10 symbol will appear stacked filling 8 consecutive spaces on every reel – more importantly, the wild symbol also appears stacked on the reels by taking up 6 or 7 consecutive spaces. Furthermore, the high paying pharaoh symbols will expand to take over their respective reels – only if they form a winning combination. Before they expand, any wins involving the royals will be paid out as well as wins from just the wilds.
If you love Book of Dead, Rise of Dead offers more of the same – graphically it’s better in my opinion and has a wider range of bonus features. In terms of win potential, you can win 2,500 times your stake on each spin/free spin – this can be achieved if you fill the reels with wilds. It’s high variance though so you need to tread carefully. Play ‘N Go has developed plenty of ancient Egyptian themed slots but Rise of Dead is more than a worthy sequel to Book of Dead.