Pariplay brings to life Tutankhamun legend with New Luxor slot
Pariplay a gaming technology company serving iGaming operators, land-based casinos and lotteries, has released Luxor, an original video slot that combines cutting-edge 21st century technology with the timeless mystery of the land of the pharaohs.
The Tutankhamun-themed slot features highly innovative in-game features such as expanding reels that increase the pay ways to an exceptional 1,944.
The standard 5 x 3 reels of Pariplay’s Luxor are transformed when its gold scarab WILD symbols are revealed on the game’s middle reels, which then expand by up to 3 tiles each – allowing players to win up to 1,944 different ways. When combined with striking graphics bringing to life Tutankhamun, Nefertiti and Anubis and an Egyptian-themed soundtrack, this and other ground-breaking features transport players to the Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens – and keep them engaged.
Additional features include the ‘Pharaoh’s Tomb’ bonus game. Triggered by aligning 3 or more Tutankhamun mask symbols, the bonus game lets players try and match 3 different urn symbols to win the major jackpot or grand jackpot as well as multiple free spins.
Luxor offers a return-to-player (RTP) rate of 95.95% and is available in over 20 languages as well as English. The slot has also been certified by the UK Gambling Commission, the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission, and the Malta Gaming Authority. In addition, the game will soon receive certificates for the following territories: Italy, Portugal, Spain and Bulgaria.
In order to specifically optimize player enjoyment on mobile devices, Luxor is the latest game from Pariplay to be available in both landscape and portrait modes.
Richard Mintz, Marketing Director at Pariplay, said: “We’re strongly focused on innovation in the slot space, and our development team have surpassed themselves with Luxor. We’ve created a stunning gaming environment and innovative in-built game features like Luxor’s expanding reels functionality and the separate bonus game, ‘Pharaoh’s Tomb’.”