Book of Gold – Playson – slot review and pay for free demo.
Book of Gold is the latest addition to the ever-burgeoning Book Of genre of slots.
The game takes place on 10 payline setup of course.
Top Symbols pay as follows
There’s not much to say about a book of game in the base game. You know the drill.
Scattered Book symbols also act as the wilds.
3 books trigger the free spins.
Here’s the twist..
Book of Gold Free Spins bonus round
You get to choose your favourite symbol.
Goodbye 10s, so long Jacks!
As with all Book Of style games you will be given a symbol for the bonus round that will act as an expanding symbol on every spin.
That means landing 5 of them anywhere on the 5 reels will result in a full screen payout.
In this case of course you’ve chosen the symbol, that makes it much more compelling
I love this mechanic.
I opted for the all seeing eye for my first round of free spins.
Alas it wasn’t the all-giving eye and I bombed out with 18x.
But we go again as Steven Gerrard once hilariously said before slipping up.
Second time around (a redeposit later) I opted for Ra.
Although that was with two re-triggers so 30 spins.
In again immediately and opted for the pharoah – 30x.
Next up back to the Ra and 40x
Then back to the eyes for a double retrigger and a nice 185x.
The symbol you choose should reflect the type of player you are. Now given that your on a book game you’re happy with volatility.
So not many Royals are likely to be picked here.
I have seen royals pay big though I’ve even seen 10s go off so bear that in mind.
I’m really enjoying this. Unfortunately the game screens flips off so quickly I didn’t manage any screenshots.
I think four bonus rounds gives a decent enough picture of the average range.
I might give it another go but I better review something else now…
Book of Gold – Conclusion
The game itself is very nicely illustrated. The mechanics are of course great – it’s a Book Of game.
They’ve taken a step forward here it seems in terms of the way the game plays, the reel spins and anticipation, it’s all nicely polished.
The sounds are old-school I think they could have done something there.
At time of writing this is exclusive to Casino Heroes.
Which is one of our favourite sites so no hardship there.
You can give it a go for free on the demo at the top of this review and then head over there if it tickles your fancy.
I have a feeling it will.
Great work Playson!
If you like this then you’ve got plenty of others to fall in love with…