Book of Treasures, a new slot launched by AGames

Online casino games and software developer, Boss Gaming Solutions’ holding company, AGames has just launched its newest Book of Treasures, which dares players to search for antiquated fortune buried in the depths of a Mayan Temple.

Post the deal signed with global B2B software solution supplier, InBet Games, the maltese developer has released this new slot.

The 243-way, 3x5-reel online slot is packed with features that take a player to the ancient world of ancestors and with a sprinkle of enchantment they search out enormous amounts of gold and extraordinary treasure.

Deep within the mystical altar lies the most treasured relic, which in order to seek out you have to follow the primeval codes and blazing fires.

Special Features

The game follows nine key antique symbols that are further divided into four major symbols and five minor symbols that are responsible for producing the winning combos. In order to provide the gamers a massive win, the Wild Book symbol, a Scatter is used.

Apart from being a gold digger’s mine, this game also provides a lot of extra spins which are enabled by the Wild-Scatter sign. According to the press release an added feature is the option to purchase an Extra Spin bonus. The cost of Extra Spins begins to diminish as you play along which can ultimately become ‘free’.

True to the reputation of first-class developers, Book of Treasures boasts superior sound, smart compositions and exclusive visuals, with the aim to keep the player absorbed and animated.

Increasing Trajectory

AGames signed a deal with b2b solutions provider in April for betting, lottery and gaming companies, InBet Games which saw 25 of its more widely held video slots such as Angels Vs Demons, Stellar and Egypt Story being offered to global iGaming operators through the ‘white-label’ online gaming programme, by the provider that has its games operating in over 15,000 gaming casinos, lottery and betting stores.

Online Chief Executive Officer for InBet, Pavel Korolev felt this partnership was a plus point for the sales of both companies globally by boosting their joint game profile as well as increasing their international clientele.