Come and get ancient wealth returned in the Luxor Valley 5-reel slot

The most fun you'll ever have finding ancient treasure is found within the magical spins of Luxor Valley. It's silly enough as an Egyptian theme yet somehow it still remains quirky for simple fun all-in-all. The Pharaoh doubles both as the Wild and the Scatter providing even free spins, too!
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The dead finally pay off with Luxor Valley jackpot wins worth 5,000 coins.

Who knew that history was about to be rewritten like this. Luxor Valley might be the name of some shopping strip mall in Las Vegas however it's often known to be the Valley of the Kings in Egypt too. Here you can win a mummified 5000 coin jackpot in the top stake combo prize category.

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All the glories of ancient Egypt are back from the grave again, even Heidi Klum scored a lucky break to play the role as Cleopatra. (it was her idea) Over the five reels you'll also find the ancient golden horseshoe, a writing quill and black book, with the usual pack of high card symbols.

Oh yeah, it's historically correct enough. What is even more correct is the starter stakes worth 10 cents per coin with a total of 9 paylines that may be covered.

Unlike the usual Egyptian-themed slots the Pharaoh is the Wild here. It undertakes the job of sub-symbol and helps in completing potential matches. It also acts as the scatter and can award free spins which includes the mysterious black book and quill.

When 3 of these scatters are collected the amount of 10 free spins will begin. Sadly Heidi Klum just stands in for the Cleo role, and will offer the 5,000 coin jackpot when 5 of her symbols land on an active payline.

Put your overall money earned where your mummy ought to be. In a nice safe dry place. Luxor Valley brings-out the best in whatever stake you like to make!
Luxor Valley online slot: The game that answers the rhetorical question "Did they even have horseshoes back in Ancient Egyptian days?"