King Tut’s Treasure Slots

King-Tuts-TreasureWhile normally I wouldn’t be that excited about yet another Egyptian themed slot, King Tut’s Treasure is a classic title, an area where the competition isn’t as fierce when it comes to this particular topic. It’s a modern enough game, both graphics and feature wise, that it deserves its own place in the 3 reels category.

A wild symbol and its multiplier are the only features offered in this game, but it’s more than enough since it’s a 3 reel/1 line classic. Created by Wager Gaming, the slot offers a $20,000 maximum prize.

Features of King Tuts Treasure

A single feature was used for King Tut’s Treasure, a wild symbol that can also multiply prizes when it contributes to the formation of new combinations. The wild does this by substituting for another symbol, when it’s on the slot’s only payline and the rest of the symbols either match or there is a second wild (in which case whatever symbol may be in the third position the combo will be formed based on it). The presence of at least one wild in such a combo will double the prize that is offered by it, a 2x multiplier making sure of that.

Betting options and jackpots

As it happens with many other classic 1 line slots, you are allowed to select 1 to 3 coins to wager on it. Since the denomination goes from the $0.01 minimum to a $10 maximum, the wagers reach a $30 maximum value.

If you can, I’d suggest you use all your coins when you place a bet, as that will bring you the best top payouts. You win 2,000 coins from the best combo, with a 3 coin wager, so up to $20,000 cash.

Design and symbols

The design is actually modern, the background picture being a 3D representation of the interior of a room in the pyramid, with huge canopic jars, with decorated columns, statues and a priest of Anubis, which is wearing the proper headgear. The colors don’t clash, using a combination of yellows and red. I also like that no classic icons were used, so all the symbols are related to the Egyptian theme.

Symbols: Pharaoh (2,000 coins, wild), Pyramid (300 coins), Sphinx (150 coins), Eye of Ra (75 coins), Oasis (30 coins), Scarab (24 coins), Ankh Cross (12 coins) and Camel (6 coins).

Is It Worth Playing?

Yes, I’d say so, especially since the classic genre doesn’t have as many Egyptian games as the modern category. The prizes are average, but you do get some features to help you out along the way.

The King Tuts Treasure slot machine is offered through the Wager Gaming platform, so if you want to play it for real or just to practice, look out for casinos that use it.