Embark on an archaeological adventure to find hidden riches of ancient Egypt in Apparat Gaming’s latest slot title, Jack Potter & The Book of Nubia.
Jack Potter & The Book of Nubia is a 5×3 reel slot with 10-paylines and a maximum win of up to x14,000 the player’s wager.
87.01 – 97.06 per cent
Low value symbols come in the form of the high end of a deck of cards, from 10 through to Ace. When the right number of winning combinations land on a single spin, these symbols can offer between x0.5 and x15 the player’s bet.
Meanwhile, scarab beetles, staffs, Anubis and Jack Potter himself depict the high value symbols, offering between x0.5 and x500 the player’s preferred wager.
Bonus book scatters can appear, triggering the free spins feature if three or more land on the same turn. Landing three, four or five books on the same spin will also payout x1, x10 or x100 respectively.
Finally, wild Nubia symbols can drop into play, substituting for all symbols other than book scatters. These wilds can expand to fill full reels when they appear.
In the free spins game mode, 10 spins are awarded to the player. Before these spins begin, one random paytable symbol is chosen to be enhanced throughout the game mode.
These enhanced symbols will expand across full reels each time they drop into play, and can form wins independently from paylines when expanded symbols appear across three or more reels.
Additionally, Nubia wilds that appear can substitute for the expanded bonus symbols and will award one extra free spin each time they do appear.
WHAT THEY SAY
Martin Frindt, co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Apparat Gaming, stated: “The latest addition to the Jack Potter series is the perfect addition to the bookcase for lovers of ancient Egyptian book games.
“This is a highly volatile slot that offers plenty of anticipation for big wins and action. The expanding wild and the associated additional bonus symbol as well as the additional free spins add an exciting feature to the library of Egyptian book games.
“Jack Potter & The Book of Nubia opens a new chapter – the conclusion of the story of the Egyptian gods after Ra and Horus.”