Egyptian Symbols of the Slot Machine
It has become a tradition that the portrait of that personality to whom the slot machine is dedicated in the series of Gaminators appears to be both the “wild” symbol and the most valuable symbol. The slot machine Ramses II has not become an exception: the main symbol here is the portrait of Ramses II. It can substitute any other picture and the combination of 2, 3, 4 or 5 such portraits multiplies your bet by 10, 250, 2 500 or 9 000. The winning combinations in which one or more pictures are substituted by the “wild” symbol bring double wins. The only image which cannot be substituted by the “wild” symbol is the Blue Scarab which is a scatter symbol. The Scarabs can make up combinations regardless of where they appear on the screen; their quantity is the only thing that matters. The wins for the combinations of scatter symbols are calculated by multiplying your bet by the number of active play lines and by 2, 5, 20 or 500 for combinations of 2, 3, 4 or 5 identical pictures. If three or more such images appear on the screen, except for the prize you will additionally get free bonus spins.
The following pictures can make up winning combinations of 2, 3, 4 and 5 identical pictures. The number “9” brings 2, 5, 25 or 100 times your bet. The symbol of the God Anubis and the Falcon guarantee x2, x25, x125 or x750 your bet. The rest of the images can make up winning combinations of 3, 4 or 5 identical pictures. The letters “J’, “Q” and the figure “10” multiply your bet by 5, 25 or 100. The letters “A” and “K” give 10, 50 or 125 credits for every credit you bet. The picture of a traditional Egyptian transport – the Camel brings 20, 100 or 400 times your bet. The Sphinx and the Pyramid are of equal value – they multiply your bet by 15, 75 or 250.