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Adding to its other December slot released earlier in the month, Belgian online and land-based casino operator and sports betting provider Gaming1 has launched an exciting new title, Horus Temple.
The 4-reel, 5-row video, and 50 payline video slot takes players to Ancient Egypt where they search for gold among epic dunes scorched by the sun and a world filled with mythical deities and haunting tombs. That is where the god of evil and darkness, Apep, battles the sun god Ra to control night and day.
Players have a chance to win big prizes as war is waged on the reels by the two revered gods, with gamblers able to collect one orb for every hour of the day, totaling 24 in all, or land five bonus symbols, which triggers extra spins and also activates the Super Bonus by combining both of the features.
Once inside the game’s sacred temple, players searching for the feline funerary jars may instead locate frozen Wild symbols, which unearth the hidden treasures of Horus and reveal a bounty of riches such as those bestowed on a Pharoah.
Chief Operating Officer for Gaming1, Sylvain Boniver, made the following comment about the new release in a recent press release…
“Horus Temple is a highly original slot centred on the mythical battle between two of ancient Egypt’s most powerful gods.
“Players will undoubtedly be enthralled by the premium gameplay and visual effects that this immersive title has to offer, as we continue enhancing our renowned content suite with exciting new additions.”
The Ancient Egyptian-themed slot makes a nice complement to the Ardent Group subsidiary‘s award-winning in-house catalog, which comprises over 120 exciting slots, dice and table games.
In addition to its in-house gaming suite, Gaming1 currently operates 20-plus online gaming brands with brick-and-mortar partners in Colombia, Peru, Serbia, France, Portugal and Spain. Additionally, its Belgian activities include two casinos and over 30 Circus gambling halls as well as Circus.be, 777.be and pokerstars.be.
The group also owns the popular Casino Davos in Switzerland and several casinos in France, including one in Paris and Vals-les-Bains and Allevard casinos operating under its Circus brand name.
Source: Worldcasinodirectory, Worldcasinonews