Lisa Cheban | 10 February, 2023 10:19 | Last update on: 10 February, 2023 10:19
Ancient Disco is crazy combination between the disco 80s of the last century and Ancient Egypt when pharaohs ruled the northern part of north east Africa. This slot is full of symbols that we know from ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and old Egyptian architecture. However, these symbols are put into a new design with disco-like feature. Which makes Ancient disco a really fun designed slot.
Not only the design is fun, when you play online slots you also want to win some nice cash prizes. When you play Ancient disco you will have a chance at winning a massive 22,500 x multiplier. Ancient disco has a high volatility, which means that you take quote some risk playing this slot. However, people who take risks will also have a chance at high rewards. The chance of winning this 22,500 multiplier is surely worth the risk. To win such a massive multiplier you will have to play on this slot which consist out of 5×3 reels which includes 20 different paylines.
In Ancient Disco there two different bonus rounds:
Which can be activated by collecting three or more pyramid Scatter symbols on the reels. A free bonus round is activated where three free spins are given in order to accumulate ancient disco symbols. These ancient disco symbols are sticky symbols, which massively increases the chance of accumulating a lot of ancient disco symbols.
Ancient disco symbols on the reels in the general gameplay can pay a lot of money. 16 Ancient disco symbols will pay 2500x your stake. Online 6 of them will pay a 5x multiplier.
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