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The Eye of Horus

Eye of Horus is a breathtaking slot game developed by a German company Merkur Gaming famous for its innovations and extraordinary slots.

Eye of Horus is a breathtaking slot game developed by a German company Merkur Gaming famous for its innovations and extraordinary slots. What is interesting in this casino game is that it takes us to the ancient myth about Egyptian leader Horus who lost his eyes in the battle.

Peculiarities of the Slot

This online casino game has a usual structure: three rows, five reels and ten paylines. Make a bet which ranges from £10 to £100 to begin spinning a reel. The free-play Eye of Horus game is also available on the website.

There is a variety of special symbols used in this slot. An extremely precious icon is the eye of Horus. According to the myth, he lost it when wished to avenge his father’s death. Other icons include a bird, which is the symbol of Horus, two ankhs and a scarab.

Bonuses

The Eye of Horus slot provides you with a large number of bonuses. You are rewarded if you achieve a combination of minimum three similar icons in a line from left to right. If eye of Horus appeared during the game, you are the lucky one! Your bet can be increased by 50 times. It may also create wilds on the whole reel that increases your chances of winning.

Another cool advantage is the emergence of a golden door. It can bring you twelve spins for free. If you see Horus while spinning a reel, you will get another spin. Moreover, this symbol may be not the only one. The more such icons you will see, the more additional spins you will get. This symbol has the amazing ability to replace your icons with more profitable ones. Can you just imagine your chances of success if only this symbol brings so many benefits?

Try your hand with Eye of Horus!

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