Doom of Dead facts you didn’t know you needed
Cat Wilde and the Doom of Dead slot landed today, only 41 days after her debut with dad Rich Wilde in the Shield of Athena. I’d be taking a few weeks off to rest up personally. Maldives maybe! Rich Wilde and the Detox Wrap doesn’t have the same ring though.
Instead, Rich and Cat are up to their old tricks. After playing a scatter symbol in Shield of Athena, Cat has now become a leading lady in her own grave-robbing quest.
You already know she’s after some poor pharaoh’s treasure, but you’ll need some better Doom of Dead trivia if you want to become a OJO slots grand master. Papyrus at the ready! Here come 5 facts about Cat Wilde and the Doom of Dead that’ll do you no good whatsoever in your next Zoom quiz.
1. She’s stolen from her pop. Has she no shame??
Cat’s Expanding Wild feature is poached from some of her dad’s previous slots such as Book of Dead and Legacy of Dead. Although Play N Go use it slightly differently each time, this feature always takes a slot to the next level.
In Doom of Dead, the Expanding Wilds are triggered by an Eye of Horus Wild which turns into 1 of 5 ghoulish skeletal pharaohs. Get a few of these during the base game or in the slot feature and you’ll be golden!
2. She’s not the first and won’t be the last
Doom of the Dead is the 6th slot in Play N Go’s ancient Egypt series. Only some feature the Wildes, but all of them are steeped in the same ancient Egypt. A Eurovision-style douze points if you can name them all plus the years they were released. Only slots nerds need apply! For the rest of us, here’s how the dynasty is shaping up so far:
- Rich Wilde and the Pearls of India (2014)
- Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead (2016)
- Rich Wilde and the Tome of Madness (2019)
- Legacy of Dead (2019)
- Rich Wilde and the Shield of Athena (2020)
- Cat Wilde and the Doom of Dead (2020)
Coming next month, Cat Wilde and her dog, Fido (soon to star in his own adventure, Fido Wilde and the Bark of the Dead™).
3. There’s more than 1 way to skin a £500,000 Cat
In the Wilde slot family, the £500,000 Doom of Dead max prize is second only to Rich Wilde & The Pearls of India, which has a tidy £1 million up top. But how can you win it, and how likely is it?
Bagging that kind of treasure isn’t impossible, but nothing worth having ever came easy. You get 1,000 coins for 5 Wild symbols when you play Doom of Dead and with Wilds on all 10 paylines, that’ll get you to 10,000 coins. You could also trigger 10 Free Spins and with the help of some Expanding Wilds on every Free Spin, you’re up to 100,000.
Sounds a bit far-fetched? This is where unlimited Free Spins come in. Land 3 scatters during a Free Spin and you’ll retrigger another 10. Play N Go haven’t limited the number of Doom of Dead Free Spins either, so provided Cat keeps turning up, you’ll be pharaoh-K!
4. It’s a Wilde ride
With a rating of 10 out of 10 for volatility, Doom of Dead is a wild ride that lovers of volatile slots will enjoy. But what does that mean?
Some lots pay out more frequently and for smaller amounts. At the other end of the spectrum, volatile slots pay out less often but when they do, the prizes are big.
Two slots can have the same RTP but give a very different play experience, so it depends what type of slot player you are. If you dreaming of long shots and don’t mind the wait, the Doom of Dead will be right up your street.
Will the golden scarab please stand up
Who says dung beetles aren’t sexy? The scarab got an unfair reputation in The Mummy but now the important Egyptian symbol has the chance to win us over with its first appearance in a Wilde adventure.
And not just any scarab either. This one’s an emerald scarab amulet with golden wings that any self-respecting tomb raider would cross deserts for.
In Doom of Dead slots game, the scarab is a premium symbol, although lower down the pecking order than Tutankhamun, Anubis and Cat herself. Land 5 of these lovey little critters and you’ll scoop 75 coins.
You did it, amigo. You’re now the Doom of Dead trivia king. Go put it to good use!
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