Pragmatic Play has gone live with the brand new-video slot game, Return of the Dead, and the designers create a great graphic and audio experience. The smiling explorer character looks more like an Indiana Jones. Players who have a reflective relationship with the old school slot can enjoy with a new launch from the developer.
The title comes with a 5x3 grid and 10 active paylines. Wager-wise, players have a pretty wide bet range, which goes from $0.1 up to $250 per stake. The maximum potential win is 5000x the bet and this is a high-volatility game with an RTP of 96.71%, which is above average.
The main goal is to activate the extra spins bonus round by getting at least 3 book scatters symbols and the book is also a high-paying wild symbol. This way, players can use all the regular symbols to form winning combinations, and the win is 500x the stake for 5 identical symbols on the reels. Also, punters can get scatter prizes with the book symbol and get 2x, 20x, or 200x the stake when they land 3, 4, or 5 scatters anywhere in a single spin and this will activate the bonus round with 10 extra spins.
Melissa Summerfield, Pragmatic’s Chief Commercial Officer at Pragmatic, said:
“Return of the Dead sees us partner with Reel Kingdom once again for another high-octane, high volatility slot adventure. As we continue to develop an impressive number of slots per month, the importance of variety has never been more evident, so working with Reel Kingdom allows us to target new demographics and the process has been a real delight for us.”
Pragmatic Play was established in 2015 as an online company by a group of professionals with vast experience in the gaming industry. When the company started providing software for online casino sites, there was only one downloadable game available to players, and the only language for it was English. Of course, that already changed in a couple of years. Gradually, they began to certify their games for use on sites, combining games from different providers, improving language support and the capability to play in multiple currencies. In 2012, their software was finally available on all platforms, and today their games are obtainable on mobile devices as well.
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