The new Book of Dead slot from Play N Go reintroduces archaeologist Rich Wilde, who is now in Egypt looking for artifacts. It has 5 reels and 10 paylines. The reels are arranged in decorative columns in front of a tomb. Rich Wilde and three Egyptian gods are the four high-value emblems. Both the wild and scatter symbols, represented by the Book of Dead, are the same. The free spins are triggered by landing three or more of the Book of Dead scatters. Ten free spins are awarded to players, which can be retriggered. Furthermore, during the free spins, one symbol is chosen at random to operate as an expanding symbol, covering all positions on a reel if it aids in the formation of a win. The slot also includes a gamble option that allows players to try to double or quadruple their winnings.

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