Cleopatra's Fortune Slots

Cleopatra doesn’t need an introduction from us – she must surely be one of the most famous names in ancient Egypt. And that’s where we are going to play this entertaining slot game. Even if you’ve tried many other slots on the same theme, you won’t want to miss your chance to try this one.

No prizes available for working out this theme

Cleopatra’s name suggests just one theme in action here. Add the appearance of a Pharaoh and the ancient Egyptian slot game idea is confirmed once more.

How to play Cleopatra’s Fortune slots

Expect the standard five-reel slot game in this case. You might have wondered whether Cleopatra would behave as a wild here, and she does. She can land on reels two, three, and four in the base game, but there is a chance she might appear on any of the reels in the free games. The famous Pharaoh mask in gold and blue appears labeled as the bonus symbol.

Paying to play the game

The slot comes with 10 fixed lines to bet on. Coin values begin at one cent apiece and end at 50 cents each, so most players have something worth betting with there.

Find the Pharaoh and find the free spins

Three, four, or five bonus Pharaoh icons will deliver 10, 15, or 20 free games for you to play through. However, these aren’t your standard free games. There are five available levels, and you can reach those by collecting bonus symbols during the free spins. Some of the features revealed on assorted levels include sticky wilds, extra spins to play, and multipliers. The further you can go, the better those bonus elements become. You can also net up to 20 further spins to play.

Say hello to Cleo and play Cleopatra’s Fortune today

This really is a stunning game filled with many familiar symbols from the time. Check out the practice option first to see whether your budget fits with the game, and then decide whether it offers you enough features to progress to a few of the paid spins. With assorted levels to try for when you reach the free spin feature, surely this is where Cleopatra’s Fortune may really lie…