Like IGT's Cleopatra slot, the Book Of Ra slot
is one of the most popular slot games in land casinos across Europe. And as you may
have gathered already, you can now play Book Of Ra online along with several other
Novomatic "Gaminator" games.
The Book Of Ra is a mythical Egyptian-themed game with an innovative free spins feature that
has now been copied by several other slot game manufacturers. The bonus feature is triggered by
getting 3 or more "Book Of Ra" scatter symbols in view and, like most Novomatic
slots the feature frequently re-triggers. I first found this out
when I was playing Book Of Ra in my local land based casino I got 5 scatters DURING
the free spins ;) Now that was one decent payday (£750 from a £1.50 bet).
The Book of Ra slot's USP is (was!) it's "expanding scatter" feature. You get given one symbol
that becomes an extra scatter symbol, expanding to cover all symbols on the reel. You can see this
copied in several other online slots now: the Colosseum Bonus on Playtech's
Gladiator Slot being one such example. This feature is where
the big wins come in - if you can get a good symbol and 4 or 5 of them then the payouts can be
You can play the Book Of Ra slot above for free here at Online Casinos Vegas or
you can play it for real at any of the safe and reputable online casinos listed on this page.
For more in-depth information, I have a dedicated microsite for the Book Of Ra slots which has
a lot more information on the slot. Check it out at bookofraslot.com
or play the original 9-line version on GFM's Book Of Ra page.
This "Deluxe" version of the Book Of Ra slot machine, along with several other Novomatic slots like Sizzling Hot and
Dolphin's Pearl, are also available on the GFM site. If you are a fan of Novomatic's Power Stars slot then
you should also try playing Starburst by Net Ent - a very, very similar game.
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