Lift the sorceress’s curse in The Tomb slot!
History is filled with stories of curses. From the tombs of pharaohs and kings to the Hope diamond, to the unhappy Chicago Cubs that couldn’t win a World Series for 71 years (all because of a goat), each culture has its tale of woe.
This story starts in ancient China, where a ruthless sorceress has bewitched the Dragon Emperor and has turned his army into immobile, terracotta warriors. It’ll take someone with gumption and great, big cojones to answer the riddles and lift the curse – will that someone be you?
Enter, if you dare, the mystical world of The Tomb slot and prepare to meet your destiny!
Expand your chances of winning with mystery and emperor symbols!
Cast your eyes on the 5 reels of The Tomb slot, and you’ll be greeted by zombies, our sorceresses (who looks like Lara Croft), a clay army dude, and our poor, enchanted emperor. In the corner sits a golden dragon with flames coming off him like he’s just chowed a vindaloo and the buyer’s remorse has kicked in. Don’t believe us? Just look at that face!
The Wild is a mystery symbol and if you land at least 3 of them, you’ll be awarded 10 free spins right away! Before you can put them to good use though, a special symbol will be chosen randomly and this will feature throughout the free spin series, and also for any additional free spins.
This special symbol will expand on the reel and will pay like a regular symbol, as well as for non-adjacent positions. But it’s not just the special symbol that brings good fortune; the expanding emperor symbol will get you up to 5 free respins!
Another feature of The Tomb slot is the Risk’n’Buy one, which takes place during the base game. You’ll be offered this opportunity after each spin, even if you haven’t landed a win. You’ll see the column on the right-hand side of the reels and if the price is right, you can buy your way into possibly even more wins!
Lift the sorceress’s curse and save the emperor!
As you can see, there’s not a whole lot to The Tomb slot. Even the visuals are fairly bare-boned, but that does tend to differentiate it from other similarly-themed slots that are usually quite intricate and detailed.
We played this game for ages though, and found it quite difficult to land anything of note so do take into consideration if you’re in it for the emperor’s gold, rather than a good time.