Relive the best times of Egyptian party people in Pharaoh Fortune

As they used to say at the end of King Tut's funeral, “It's a Wrap!”, so keep that spirit alive when you finally do get some mighty wins collected. On the other hand, you should always cover these lines with the 3-coin plays so that any winnings don't get unwrapped for total win values.
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Keep yourself buried deeper in the quest for the Pharaoh jackpot

You never see slots that look like a big death mask, that's for sure. Pharaoh Fortune is of course a 5-reel slot that makes light of the pharaoh kings themselves. Containing a secret jackpot treasure worth 2000x the total stake wagered, you might be looking at more than collecting scarab wins.

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Walk like an Egyptian when it comes to winning any of the Pharaoh Fortune prizes found deep within these very slot walls. When it matters most, you might think that the mummy's curse is still going strong. In fact, the only thing going anywhere quick after thousands of years is the mad dash for the Pharaoh cash.

Make your play for the big strike while placing stakes onto any of the 5 paylines shown on this 5-reel. The first level of cheap spins is a 10 cent bump for each coin value.

You may wonder if it's time to place larger denominations when you see the matching wins occur. The Eye of Horus is obviously second banana to this pyramid jackpot when you can win up to 400x the stake if all three coins of any value are played. The 3 pyramid combo may as well pay-out a top-shelf return of 2000x your total stake involved. Now that's better than scooping around for golden bits in the world's biggest catbox, isn't it?

Digging deeper doesn't mean stake yourself into trouble. Keep it simple and make sure to last the whole night. As treasure digs usually go, you should stay within your budget!
Before playing Pharoah Fortune slot, put that old Steve Martin song “King Tut” as your background music. ("Born in Arizona / Moved to Babylonia..."