We’ve all heard about Eldorado but do we often really dare to look for real treasures? Endorphina launched a slot that would make even the greatest sofa lover to get up and follow their dreams.
Just imagine: the main character of the game is not some fictional person but the real Sir Walter Raleigh. A reckless toughie, good-timer and hunter for real adventures. Who else could have fun with Queen Elizabeth, scrabbling notes for her on windows using real diamonds? This is the XVI century, after all!
In the Mystery of Eldorado slot, Sir Raleigh finally comes to his senses and arrives to America. He is inspired by the myth about infinite treasures in the land named El Dorado. Raleigh’s ships checked out all the areas across the Amazon river but still didn’t find any gold. The golden mines have been discovered 200 years later just near the place where Sir Raleigh unfortunately stopped. This can be recognized as the Temple in our game and it is the highest paying symbol of all. We do believe that our lucky Endorphina fans will be able to experience its true worth.
The Mystery of Eldorado is a fantastic 10-line and 5-reel online slot game inspired by the real hunt for the magical golden city which was said to be hidden deep in the lush South American rain forest. We do know that El Dorado exists and the player willing to risk the most will increase their chances of getting some real treasure.
Endorphina shot a colorful video for the launch of the game. In this video, unique and antique elevators (aka the paternoster) played the role of the live slots. Game characters and even symbols randomly appear in the slot. Thus, the typical modern house of mystical Prague expands our reality to a parallel world of the game while featuring a sense of true luck.
Jan Urbanec, CEO of Endorphina, said: ” As a kid, I was always fascinated by the story of Spanish “Conquistadors” – the explorers of the New World. So I was delighted when our development team came up with the concept of “Eldorado” that portrays one of the most iconic legends connected to these true adventurers, which actually inspired me to travel to the Amazon myself.”