If you’ve never heard of the ancient kingdom of Urartu, you’re certainly not alone. Some digging online reveals that it dates back to around 2,500 years ago though, and was located in the modern-day country of Armenia. The fact that it’s so unknown really leads to one question: why did Endorphina bother making a Bitcoin slot about this lesser-known region of ancient history?
Despite the obscure choice of theme, this is actually a slot that most players should enjoy playing. An atmospheric soundtrack is played over the top of the game, while the symbols are all nicely drawn. Perhaps more importantly though, it features a nice bonus game, as well as some really nice prizes, so what more could a fan of Bitcoin slots want?
This slot only has ten paylines, which is less than most Bitcoin slots created by Endorphina, and they are spread across five reels. The maximum bet is still quite high though, so there’s still the chance to win some really large prizes. You’ll find an Autoplay feature to use when you’re feeling lazy, plus there’s also a Gamble feature, which you shouldn’t really bother using.
There are two symbols to keep an eye out for when playing this slot, and the first is the mountains. This symbol is the wild symbol, and when it is used in a winning combination it will cause the payout to be doubled. The other symbol to watch out for is the circular one with a golden pattern (unfortunately there’s no other way to describe it, but you should be able to recognise it), this is the scatter symbol, and getting three or more anywhere on the reels will lead to fifteen free spins, during which all wins will have a 3x multiplier added to them.
Strange theme aside, this is actually a really good slot, with some nice prizes and a potentially lucrative free spins bonus round. It’s definitely a slot that everyone should try at some point!
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