Ankh Of Anubis proves that online slots don’t have to be overloaded with features in order to make an impact. This is a big hitter which belies Play’n GO’s conservative reputation when it comes to high potential, and in this review, we give it the ‘once over’.
Play’n Go has carved out a niche for itself in games which have an Ancient Egyptian theme, having previously released titles such as Book of the Dead and Rise of the Dead. Ankh Of Anubis certainly isn’t stuck in the past, however, as it brings to the table characteristics that could be considered futuristic to go alongside the Egyptian theme, as well as a distinctive 3-4-4-4-3 reel format.
Ankh Of Anubis is based around the story of Anubis – recognised as the God of mummification and death. It is notably rewarding, perhaps more so than the typical Play’n Go title, offering the chance to win 15,000 times your original bet, and 576 ways to win in total.
Who made Ankh Of Anubis?
Ankh Of Anubis comes from Play’n Go, and we can see the slot as representing a change in direction from the company, which has not been known for high win potential in its range since launching in 2005. Ancient Egypt, however, is something that Play’n Go does do especially well.
What does Ankh of Anubis offer?
Ankh Of Anubis provides a 96.2 per cent return to player (RTP) and is recognised as possessing low volatility compared to other Ancient Egyptian slots in the Play’n Go collection.
Tell me about the features
Among the high impact bonuses which you can look forward to on Ankh Of Anubis is the Anubis Wild feature. This adds wild symbols on to the reel and is triggered at random. As these wild symbols are added, you can see the creation of coveted winning combinations. As you collect Ankhs, you will see them accumulate through game rounds. Once the feature has ended, the collection meter resets.
And don’t forget about the Free Spins feature. This makes an appearance when a minimum of three pyramid scatter symbols pop up. You will be given ten, 15 or 20 spins, from three, four or five scatters, respectively. Remember that this bonus can be re-triggered on unlimited occasions, so long as three scatters or more have been landed.
What’s the verdict
With pretty simple game-play, Ankh Of Anubis can be intuitive to well-schooled players, as well as those who are less experienced. In Ankh Of Anubis, Play’n Go come through with many of the things we had come to expect from them – namely, excellent graphics and a captivating soundtrack. But this title also offers something which was a little unexpected – the boon of a high potential return from just one spin. Potent features, while they might be few and far between, deliver more impact than they would do otherwise, and there is also a fairly high chance of scooping the maximum win, when compared with previous titles from Play’n Go.