The Eye of Horus Megaways slot is produced by Blueprint Gaming. Blueprint Gaming are one of the smaller slot development companies on the market at the moment and do not offer their own casino platform. Instead they lease their games out to casinos using other platforms. Blueprint Gaming do not always publish the RTP information for their slots in the paytable. However, in this instance they have done, which means we know that the house edge for Eye of Horus Megaways is 4.51%.
Eye of Horus Megaways is a 6 reel slot. However, the number of symbols that make up a reel can change at random, with the potential for each reel to contain 5 symbols. The game does not use traditional paylines, instead it operates with a maximum of 15,625 different possible “megaways”, playing from left to right.
– This is an Egyptian slot, focusing more the Gods and the Hieroglyphics than any other element of the culture.
– The “Horus” is the Wild symbol and will substitute for all symbols other than the Scatter symbol. The Wild symbol expands to fill the reels.
– The Scatter symbol is the “Temple”. You need 3 or more of them anywhere on the reels to trigger the Free Spins feature.
– If you land 3 or more “Temple” symbols then you will be awarded 12 Free Spins. During the feature, whenever the Wild symbol substitutes to form a win it will upgrade the symbol involved. Also if you land 1, 2, 3 or 4 Wild symbols then you will be awarded with 1, 3, 5 or 7 Free Spins respectively.
Eye of Horus Megaways is a basic Megaways slot that probably wouldn’t get a mention if it wasn’t for the slot mechanics. It looks OK and it has some decent features, but ultimately this one doesn’t offer as much as many of the other Megaways slots BluePrint have released. You get Free Spins and you get wilds that expand to fill the reels. The house edge is higher than we would want it to be and as such we wouldn’t recommend this slot.
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