Gamomat has taken players on a fantasy adventure with its latest page-turning slot release, Book of Elements: Burning Ice.
Book of Elements: Burning Ice is a 6×4 reel slot with 20-paylines and a bonus free spins feature that offers expanding symbols.
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Low value symbols are represented by the high end of a deck of cards, from 10 through to Ace. These symbols can offer between x0.25 and x15 the player’s bet, depending on the number of matching combinations that land on a single spin.
Meanwhile, potion bottles, goblets and icy emblems depict the medium value symbols, offering between x0.5 and x75 the preferred wager.
High value symbols come in the form of dragons and a female warrior. If the right number of paying combinations fall at once, these symbols can offer between x0.25 and x250 the player’s chosen bet.
Book symbols are also available, working as wild symbols and as scatters. As wilds, these symbols will substitute for all other symbols in the game.
As scatters, the book symbols will trigger 10 free spins when three or more appear on the same spin. Landing three, four, five or six books on a winning payline will also provide payouts worth x2, x20, x200 or x500 the player’s stake, respectively.
When the free spins feature begins, one random paytable symbol – not including the book – will be chosen to be enhanced throughout the game mode.
This chosen symbol will be able to expand across the reels each time it appears across three or more of the reels.
These expanded symbols can then provide wins without the use of paylines, increasing the win potential significantly.
Landing three or more scatters in the bonus game itself will result in an additional 10 spins being awarded to the player.
WHAT THEY SAY
Sabine Müller, Chief Design Officer at GAMOMAT Development GmbH, stated: “Book of Elements: Burning Ice is a seriously cool addition to our portfolio which builds on the age-old duel between fire and ice. Players will instantly resonate with the universally popular Book feature that shines thanks to the slick animation and compelling score.”
To have a go at the Book of Elements: Burning Ice demo, click here.