Quickspin Makes Incredible Improvements with New Slot Golden Glyph

14 Nov 2019

The slot game developer Quickspin in Sweden has now added a new product into their portfolio, Golden Glyph. This will be marked as their twelfth slot developed this year, with new updated mechanics being added to bring improved gameplay and better designs. The slot machine will include enhanced UX design and an advanced portrait mode to help make the game be more suitable for mobile devices.

Being the first reactor type slot game, Quickspin developed a huge 7x7 reel slot which is another great advantage to help it become more mobile optimal. The theme is the classic setting of ancient Egypt full of puzzle-solving and amazing new games hidden within its chambers. You can take charge of a variety of bonuses that grant different benefits to help solve these mysteries. There are Tumble Mechanics, Power Wild, Power-Up bonuses and magical artefacts to help secure winnings like never seen before.

There are four major symbols you can land that give unique benefits while playing. The Golden Scarab can spread more Wilds onto the reels giving you more substitutions for winning combinations. The Eye of Horus will use powerful magic to transform symbols into instant cash prizes. The Blaze of Fire will burn away and scorch all normal symbols on a single row or column. From their ashes instant payouts will also be revealed, giving you more rewards to reap from. Finally, the Free Spins Bonus gives you exactly what you expect – Free spins to bet away without any extra deposit. These free spins can also include the Golden Glyph symbol which is the main contributor to the reward of 13,000x the bet.

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