Alternatives to Book of Ra


Though there are some countries in Europe right now (case in point, Germany) who can no longer enjoy the Book of Ra, there are still other equally appealing alternatives you will love, but you will have to be a fan of the land-based game. In this piece, we will share with you some of the great alternatives to Book of Ra.

Book of Aztec

First on our list is the one we’d like to call the slight rip off of the Book of Ra. However, being a rip off doesn’t make it less appealing. The game features five reels coupled with ten fixed lines and the book of the scatter symbol. The slots machine takes you back in time, to the era of Aztec with a female archaeologist as your tour guide. The Book of Ra and the Book of Aztech both have the same RTP of 96%.

The symbols in the game have an Aztec-feel to it thanks to the antique book, pyramid and more importantly, the Aztec artefacts.

Ramses Book

One of the games inspired by the Book of Ra, the company behind the Ramses book game is Gomomat, and it comes with a full package, one that comes with free wins. Ramses book features three rows, three fixed lines, as well as five primary symbols – Ramses, a row of cat status, an exaggeratedly-designed flower, carved stone, and a statue of falcon head Horus.

Clubs, spades, hearts, and diamonds populate the lower paytable. Players are offered slightly higher RTP of 96.2%. The pharaoh symbol is the most valued symbol in the game earing players 1000x of their stake, but only if they land on a five combo right on the payline.

Book of bulls

Inspired by the Book of Ra but with a Spanish twist to it. The game features five fixed and ten paylines, two scatters, and two free spins. When a player triggers the bull, he or she gets ten free spins. That’s not all though, and it also features visually attractive symbols including a Spanish lady dressed in red clacking a set of castanets, while even playing card icons including Q, J, K, A, and 10.

The game’s wild symbol is an attractive male wielding and waving a sword. It offers a comprehensive gambling variety, but the player needs to be a roller to play the game. However, if you’re lucky, you can win a massive fortune.

Book of dead

We also have a different section for the game were discussed more the game in detail. Back to the topic, the Book of Dead is quite a copycat…yes, it’s a copycat of the Book of Ra, though commendably, they managed to add some exciting features to the game. For example, it features expanding scatter symbols, free spins, wilds, and spreads. Both games have charming and adventurous Indiana Jones through an ancient Egyptian pyramid.

The two games have ten paylines, a considerable amount of dead spins in the base game and special scatters in the free spins. The RRP is slightly at 96.2%, unlike the Book of Era, which is only 96%.

It features appealing ancient Egyptian symbols including pharaohs, Anubis, Osiris, golden lower-paying card symbols.