Win with the Pharaohs in Luke E. Chance and the Book of Luck Slot
Ancient Egyptians believed that certain animals were luckier than others. Scarab beetles were considered lucky because they were associated with the sun god Ra and because they rolled poop into balls which were seen as a symbol of renewal and rebirth. Cats were, of course, also considered to be very lucky and this was because of their association with Bastet who was often depicted as a black cat. Bastet was the goddess of protection, pleasure, and the bringer of good health.
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The slot’s golden book symbol will act both as its wild symbol, substituting for other symbols to complete winning combinations, and its scatter symbol with the appearance of three or more of the symbols on the reels triggering a round of the slot’s free spins feature.
If only two golden book symbols appear on the reels, they will trigger the slot’s Lucky Chance respin. Once triggered, the two reels that feature the scatter symbols will be held with the three remaining reels being spun to give you another shot at triggering a round of the slot’s free spins feature.
Before the start of a round of free spins, one of the slot’s symbols will be randomly selected. During your round, any instances of the randomly selected symbol that appear on the reels will expand to fill the entire reel. This gives you a chance to stack the same symbol on all five reels for some truly large wins. The expanding symbol feature will only occur when it completes at least one winning combination. Free spins are re-triggerable up to a maximum of 100 spins.
If you’re not keen on getting sand in your shoes, you can select to bypass the mummies and purchase a round of the slot’s free spins feature.
Luke E. Chance and the Book of Luck slot is as generic as they come
It’s staggering how generic Luke E. Chance and the Book of Luck slot manages to be. The “Book of” slot template is one that a whole host of slot developers utilize with all of these slots featuring the same basic bonus features. And an Egyptian-themed “Book of” game is almost a rite of passage with Book of Egypt, Book of Cairo, Book of Pyramids, and Book of Cats being just a small selection. The Indiana Jones ripoff isn’t original either with a bunch of “Book of” slots taking that route too. I just don’t see the value of producing a slot like this. It’s destined to melt into the crowd, offering nothing original to the player.
The slot does have an impressive 10,000x max multiplier, which definitely helps, but with the high volatility, it’s going to be tough to remain engaged as you chase those bigger multipliers. The slot has an RTP of 96.37%.
Gaming Corps is a new introduction to BitStarz, so there isn’t a wide selection of the provider’s game available just yet. However, if you’re interested in checking out a few other slots from the provider, I recommend giving Aztec Bonus Pot and Tikiz N Juice a try.