Eye of The Amulet Slot Review
ISOFTBET are a company which do not get that much praise in the casino game industry. This is, mostly, down to the fact that they are somewhat of an unknown entity. Many companies, particularly the larger ones, do not carry their games. This is a massive shame because games like Eye of the Amulet are amazing.
Eye of the Amulet is a 5 reel, 40 payline slot. The minimum bet per spin is 20p. The maximum bet is £20 per spin. This brings it down the ‘lower end’ of slots in terms of maximum bet. The most you can win is £1000, which, again, is a bit on the lower side but we doubt many people ever bet near the top mark anyway.
This game is very similar to NetEnt’s Gonzo’s Quest in terms of theme. You are venturing into a tomb trying to grab the Eye of the Amulet. Treasures await you.
Now, the problem with ISOFTBET is that they tend not to have a lot of cash at their disposal for their artwork. It shows. While the game does look good, it is not tremendously detailed which is a bit of a shame. We do wish that there was ‘more’ there. However, this is a game which really thrives on the features anyway so I guess we can’t complain too much.
Jumping into Eye of the Amulet is easy. This is a game which has been designed for both beginners and experienced players alike. While it does not bring anything ‘new’ to the table, there is enough in this game to keep you gripped from start to finish. The wins seem to come through nice and fast too.
The Scarab Beetle is the ‘wild’ in this game. To be honest, it does not do anything special. It just acts as a substitute for every symbol in the game bar the scatter. Bit of a shame this one because many slot companies are getting a bit more experimental with how they make the wilds work for them, particularly NetEnt.
There are two features in the game.
The first feature is the Sand Storm. This can occur randomly on any of your spins. This will put some extra wilds onto the reels. You can even get fully wild reels during this feature. If this is something that happens, then you will get a free respin or, in some cases, trigger the second bonus feature.
The second bonus feature is triggered by getting three or more amulet scatters on the reels. This normally happens as a result of the sand storm. The number of scatters you get will dictate the number of free spins. It can be 5, 10 or 15. Before the free spins, you will spin a bonus wheel. This will give you extra wilds, some multipliers, and maybe some extra spins. You Can have up to 100 free spins in a row, although we are sure that the odds of this are ridiculously low.
ISoftBet, despite not having a whopping budget at their disposal, have never really let us down when it comes to the mobile slots that they produce. Eye of the Amulet is no exception here. Of course, you can’t expect it to completely blow your mind like some of the NetEnt slots out there. However, if you are looking for a game which:
- Looks good
- Plays well
Then you really can’t go wrong with this slot. I can’t say that I am going to be spending most of my time playing it on a mobile device, mainly because I never do that, but it is good for a quick ‘jaunt’.
It is a fun game! We are massive fans of slots which boast some free spins. Who wouldn’t be? The only downside is the way the game looks, but we are sure you can look past this, right?
If you want to play Eye of the Amulet, you will need to track down a site which offers ISoftBet games. These can be a bit tricky to find as they are hardly the biggest game vendor in the world. Thankfully, you have the team here at All Gambling Sites. We have put together a list of some of the best places to play online. Make sure you check them out below.
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