Legends of Ra Slots

Released on 15 July 2014 by EvoPlay Entertainment, Legends of Ra is the studios attempt to create something similar to the Book of Ra Deluxe game. Before labeling it as “just another Book of Ra copy” lets take a closer look and see what the game has to offer.

The main screen welcoming the player holds two pillars between which the 5 reels and 3 rows can be found, with 9 betways. The RTP is 92.2% with low to medium volatility.

The win symbols used are some of the most common in the online casino world. 10, J, Q, K, A and the Ankh, Sacred Scarab, and face of Ramses. The scatter symbols is the golden book with the eye of Ra symbols, which is identical to most Book of Ra slots. The bonus symbol is the golden statue of Ra which is used to trigger the mini-game.

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Start with 5000 coins or play credits. Set the bet value and coin value, press “spin” to start spinning the reels. Since there is no red or black feature the gameplay is pretty straight-forward. Look for the special symbols to maximize winnings.

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The 12 Free Spins feature start when the player manages to get 3 or more golden book symbols. Important, additional free spins can be won during the already running feature. Comboing free spins are always fun and generally well received by casino players.

The Bonus Game or Mini Game feature starts when the players get 3 or more golden statues of Ra symbols. During Free Spins the bonus symbols do not appear. Once the bonus game mode starts the player then has to roll the statues.


Ancient Egypt themed reskins are common, and most of the time boring. In Legends of Ra there is some potential for entertainment. However, we would not recommend it as a real money slot game, rather than a “for fun” one only.
The win notification sounds are low and often misused. For example, big wins can have lower sound notes than small or insignificant ones. The red or black 50-50 feature is also missing.
We rate this game 6 out of 10, just because we like EvoPlay a lot, but in the end, it’s a matter of players taste.