The Eye of Horus Fortune Play slot gives you the opportunity to play your favourite Merkur casino game, but with a bigger top win and bigger reels.
We gave this Eye of Horus Fortune Play slot game review an extra star from the original Eye of Horus slot, but with a caveat: you need to be able to bet a minimum of 1.00 a spin.
Eye of Horus Fortune Play has a red button on the side, then when pressed, make you bet 10x your normal amount. It also allows you to play four games at once, and the RTP of the slot machine increases from a low 94.95% to a decent 95.50%.
It’s not as high as the first slot which is set much higher at 96.31%, but with a top win of 10,000x your bet. The Eye of Horus Fortune Play mobile slot, on the other hand, has a top win of 50,000x your bet.
The minimum bet of this Eye of Horus Fortune Play slot is 0.10 a spin. When you press the Fortune Play button, it’s 1 a spin – which is high if you don’t have a big casino budget.
But do it and this slot game becomes a whole lot more interesting. You are now playing on four reels, and Horus can show up on all of them. Horus is the wild symbol that expands whenever it shows up.
The paytable has two sets of symbols – Ace to J and then the hieroglyphs. The hieroglyphs are the focus of hours, as whenever he shows up he upgrades the lowest to the next high paying.
This leads to progressively richer reels, not unlike the Animal Madness slot.
For once, the free spins are not your way forward. Though it helps. You catch 23 scatters and you then get to play on a single game, where you get 12 spins.
The crux is that whilst you can win 10,000x your stake here, you can only get the top win when you play four games in one. And getting 6 hour symbols who transforms the whole screen into the Eye of Horus is enticing enough to keep us playing.
As far as Ancient Egyptian slots go, this is a fairly standard design and sound, but it’s a small fact to overlook when playing on great games that have a huge top win.
Just remember that if you can’t afford the min bet of 1 a spin, maybe head to the Book Del Sol Multiplier slot instead. But if you can, this mobile slot online is well worth playing at your favourite casino sites.
Related: Take a look at our full collection of Merkur slots.
|Mobile Slot released
|Slot reels / paylines
|5 Reels / 10 Paylines
|House edge / RTP
|5.05% to 4.5%% / 94.95%
|0.10 / Fortune Play 1 / 10 / Fortune Play 100
|50,000x your bet
|12 Free Games / With Symbol Upgrades
|Expanding Wild, Wild, Scatters, Free Spins, Multi-play
Expanding Wild: Horus the god is the wild symbol and will expand to cover the whole reel if it can. It will also upgrade the next high-paying symbol to the next one on the table.
So the fans will turn into Ankh, then the Ankhs will all run into blue beetles, the blue beetles will turn into vultures, and the vultures will then turn into cats.
Finally, the cats will turn into the Eye of Horus symbol, the highest-paid symbol of the lot.
Scatters and Free Spins: 3 tombs scatter symbols anywhere on the reels to trigger 12 free games. During the free games, Horus will give you a +1 spin and upgrade the lowest high-paying symbol to the next one on the paytable.
Fortune Play: For 10x your bet, you can play on four rather than one Eye of Horus slots.
We liked the original well enough, that when given the chance to play four slots in one, it's almost always worth taking a spin.
Except that, unlike The Cheshire Cat slot, you don't have to wait for the free spins to get to play on multiple games at once. You just have to pay for it. By quite a lot.
If you don't want to pay for it, play on the original as it has a much higher overall RTP. Without the Fortune Play, the RTP is much to low to get anywhere near the top win.
The top win of 50,000x is enticing enough to make this very playable especially if you can afford it. Play at any good slots sites.
Review by Lucky Mobile Slots, last updated: June 22, 2022 - Rating