Eye of Horus Megaways (Blueprint)
Eye of Horus Megaways is another slot from Blueprint Gaming and one that relies on the Megaways system.
The slot uses an interesting concept, and we find that there is a mix of both new and old features. For example, the developer has gone with older graphics, but more modern features.
Eye of Horus is a sequel for a game that was developed by Merkur, one of Blueprint’s sister company.
This is a great slot for players who love originality but are looking for a new challenge. I had the opportunity to play Eye of Horus Megaways, and here is my review:
For Eye of Horus Megaways, we get the usual set up of 6 reels setup and a maximum of 5 symbols per column.
A single spin has the ability to generate as many as 15,625 ways to win.
Among is major symbols are free spins, symbol upgrades, expanding wilds.
Betting and Prizes
Blueprint has used a limit on this slot, and this is a common occurrence on most slots with high volatility and massive potential.
To get the reels spinning, you will need at least $0.10 per spin, while the highest amount that you can use is $10 per single spin.
With top payouts getting to 10,000 xs, Eye of Horus Megaways has the potential to deliver as much as $100,000 in wins.
Being a medium to high volatility game, its RTP of 95.02% does not seem to work well.
Eye of Horus Megaways Slot Features
With the Megaways system, you will most likely work with 2 to 5 symbols per reel. The slot has a total of 6 reels, which could see the total Megaways get to as many as15,625.
Cascading reels are another feature that Eye of Horus uses. With it, you will be able to remove the winning symbols and replace them with new ones. This has the potential to bring along additional wins.
Horus Wilds are here as the wilds feature, and they are able to expand and cover the entire reel. This will give way to 5 wild symbols, which means a full size, and one that has the ability to contribute to the maximum number of Megaways.
Temple Door scatters are the other feature on Eye of Horus. It is the feature that will deliver free spins, and this means up to 12 free games.
Theme & Design
Eye of Horus Megaways uses an Ancient Egypt theme, which is already too common with modern slots
The slot relies on old fashioned graphics, which makes it's quality quite poor.
For the symbols, Blueprint has used the Wild (Horus), scatters (Temple Door) and hieroglyphs/drawings that showcase some Eagles, the Ankh, Lotus Flowers, Jackals, and Scarabs. Royals are present as well, and they represent the low-value symbols.
Eye of Horus Megaways offers what appears to be a modern version of Merkur’s slot.
However, the slot does not do well with its graphics, and neither does its RTP help things much.
From my own experience, I can say that this slot is more ideal for casual players.