Slot of the Day: Rise of Dead by Play’n GO

Rise of Dead Slot

In this ‘episode” of slot of the day we do not have to go back far in time to when this slot machine was released, in fact Play’n GO released Rise of Dead slot just a few short months ago in August of 2019.

Just like the original Play’n GO slot Book of Dead (we are assuming this is some kind of sequel) which was such a massive hit and still immensely popular, Rise of Dead is set in ancient Egypt.

Instead of the original explorer Rich Wilde from Book of Dead you are now faced with the Egyptian deceased and its fair to say that Play’n GO have created a much more dark themed slot with this approach.

The original Book of Dead Slot by Play’n GO
Rise of Dead Slot by Play’n Go

In the above screenshots you can see the clear different in ‘tone’ and ‘atmosphere’ between the two slots although to really get the difference you would need to play them both, which of course you can do on our site for free just by clicking on the following links. Book of Dead SlotRise of Dead Slot

Visually Rise of Dead slot really is stunning and the animations and sounds are just fantastic. On the technical side of things Play’n GO have opted for a 5 reel, 3 row setup with 30 paylines and a RTP of 96.53. We should also note that this is yet another slot machine with very high volatility as most of the classic Egyptian themed slot machines tend to be.

In terms of features there is plenty to cheer for with Wilds, Stacked Wilds and a Randomly triggered feature called Gift of Gods.

There are free spins that can be triggered and the good news is that Play’n GO have made it so they can be re-triggered, a smart move as there is little more annoying than having free spins that cannot be triggered.

All in all we think that Play’n GO did an excellent job creating Rise of Dead Slot and it is not surprising that the Free Rise of Dead Slot Demo on our site is one of our most played slot machines since its release. The slot is also very popular at our recommended online casinos.

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