Temples and Tombs Release Takes You To The Golden Scarab

Source: Microgaming

Lara Croft is back! Our favorite star returns to the slots. With Triple Edge Studios and Microgaming, Lara invites us along to raid tombs and seize riches in Temples and Tombs. With features like these, there’s no reason to start playing now.

Lara Returns

If you’re here, you’ve probably met Lara Croft in one of the two previous slot games. But don’t forget that originally, in the PlayStation game, we met her as a fresh archaeologist. Throughout the franchise, this theme remains: Lara Croft, British archaeologist, uncovers long-forgotten treasures on her digs through abandoned temples and Egyptian tombs. Those early games, first released in 2001, have now sold over 67 million copies worldwide. Now, the heroine we love has also become the star of blockbuster movies and online slot games.

The Golden Scarab Jackpot

But before Lara appeared on the scene, there was the Golden Scarab. You’ll find its traces in the reimagined graphics of this new slot game in the form of the Golden Scarab Jackpot, watching over your every spin. Maybe, like Lara Croft herself, you’re an archaeologist. But if you’re like me, you might be wondering—what’s a scarab? First of all, they exist outside of the Lara Croft universe. They’re thick, shiny beetles in nature and popular amulets and impression seals in Ancient Egypt. Lara Croft fights them, but in this game, the Golden Scarab means winnings of up to 5000x your bet.

Who are Set and Sobrek?

It’s important to know who you’ll be spinning against. If it’s Set and Sobrek who guard the Temple and Tomb of the Golden Scarab Jackpot, they’re the ones you’ll have to get past. Like the Golden Scarab, Set and Sobrek exist outside of the Tomb Raider franchise. Set, the older Egyptian deity, rules over the realms of violence and disorder. When chaos is unleashed, Set is responsible. His son, Sobrek, watches over Egyptians to protect them from the dangers of the Nile. With the head of a crocodile, he’s also the angry deity of military power. This is what you—and Lara—are up against as you spin for the Golden Scarab Jackpot.

What to Expect

Temples and Tombs is the last of the Lara Croft Tomb Raider slots trilogy, and Microgaming has introduced loads of new features for this slot game. When you open the game, you’ll be immersed in the cool blue of an Egyptian tomb. Five reels await you with three rows each. If you’re counting, that means 243 winning combinations. Just in case you forget, a placard reminds you at the bottom of the screen: “243 ways!” The Golden Scarab sits at the top of the screen and it’s from this pot that your wins pour out. Other symbols include Lara’s flame, Lara’s Journal, Set, Sobrek, and a flask of water.

Rolling Reels Sets Off Chain Reactions

Temples and Tombs comes with a Rolling Reels feature. Here’s how it works. Three matching Free Spins symbols start a chain reaction of wins. Those symbols dissolve, but really it looks like they explode into a lightning storm. When they fade away, new symbols pour out of the Golden Scarab. And if you keep hitting matching symbols, the wins will keep coming. That can take your base multiplier from 1x to 2x, 3x, or even 5x!

Unlimited Free Spins

This game features a new Free Spins feature, so you can triple the Base Game multiplier as you play. That means your multiplier could get up to 15x! How can you manage that? Throughout the game, your spin can make three Free Spins symbols appear. Cash in those three symbols for eight Free Spins per way. As the symbols pile up, your Base Game multiplier will skyrocket to 15x. Those multipliers can re-trigger up to 48 Free Spins. And those spins are never capped.

What Are You Waiting For?

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