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Released October 2018
The Book of Gold: Double Chance game can be found at casinos offering Playson software. Playson are an established online gaming provider that have an impressive array of clients. Their games can most often be found as an addition to a larger primary gaming platform provider. As a standard Playson do publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within their game paytable or on the company website. As such we can say that the House Edge Book of Gold: Double Chance is 4.96%.
Book of Gold: Double Chance is a 5 reel game that is 3 symbols high. The game uses 10 standard paylines, playing from left to right.
Wilds – There is no Wild symbol in this game.
Scatter – The game’s Scatter symbol is a “Book of Gold”. Along with the “Pharaoh” symbol this is the most valuable symbol in the game and can reward players without playing a part in an active payline. 3 “Book of Gold” symbols will multiply the bet by 3. 4 will multiply it by 30 and 5 “Book of Gold” symbols will multiply the bet by 300.
Free Spins – 3 or more of the “Book of Gold” Scatter symbols will trigger the game’s Free Spin feature. When this happens you will be awarded with 10 free spins which can be re-triggered up to a maximum of 50 Free Spin rounds.
Special Expanding Symbols – Before the Free Spins feature begins 2 symbols will be chosen at random that will expand to the fill the reel they are on every time you land one of them. Special Expanding Symbol wins are paid independently of paylines.
Book of Gold: Double Chance is yet another slots game to take advantage of Ancient Egypt. Given just how many of these there are out there you would expect all software developers to go out of their way to make an Egyptian themed slots game stand out from the crowd. You’d think that, but this appears to be the last thing on Playson’s mind when they released this game. There are no Wilds. Let me just repeat that: There are no Wilds. An absolute travesty in world of slots gaming and one that is not made up for with the addition of bonus features. All you’re getting here above the standard game are Free Spins. Now those Free Spins can be re-triggered, which everyone loves to see but that should be an addition, not the main selling point of a game. Your house edge is nearly 5%, which means that there is little value for money on offer here to go with the lack of game play and the lack of originality. If it’s an Ancient Egypt theme you are after, take your time and shop around. There are plenty of better options out there than this.