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The Book of Ra Slots for those who have not come across them before are a series of slot machines developed by slot machine manufacturer Novamatic which have gained a cult following with slot players who primarily visit land based casinos.

Indeed, Book of Ra is to Europe and in particular Germany, what the Cleopatra Slots are to slot players who hail from the United States. Due to the popularity of Book of Ra, I felt it was only right and proper that I added a free play version of Book of Ra Deluxe to CasinoRankings.com, when I commenced revamping the site in March 2013.

It was only in the last few years to my shame that I came across the Book of Ra Slots, my background in the iGaming industry being based in the online environment. One of my friends introduced me to Book of Ra and as such, it is a slot game which I always have a go on, whenever I get the chance to visit a land based casino here in the UK.

Thankfully the number of Novomatic slots which are available to play online is increasing all the time and as a result I am able to provide the visitors to CR a fully functional free play version of Book of Ra Deluxe below.

Book of Ra is a five reel, nine payline slot with a theme not too dissimilar to that of the Indiana Jones movies. Straightforward to play and get to grips with, Book of Ra is regarded as a medium to high variance slot, something that particularly appeals to me, as when Book of Ra goes through ‘hot streaks’ it can pay out handsomely.

You will see from the video above that Book of Ra Deluxe as this slot is actually known as, has the potential to pay out handsomely. Indeed the win in the video was obtained whilst testing out Casumo Casino for real money at £2 a spin. I have to say, that was an enjoyable slot session!

Rather than wax lyrical about Book of Ra for a few more paragraphs, why not try it out for yourself above. Should you want in-depth information about Book of Ra, I can recommend the Book of Ra fan site, which even provides a pay table pay, which if I am honest would have taken too much of my time to replicate.

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