GameArt game maker for online casinos has over 50 slots in its collection as of the time of writing this review. Ramses Treasure is one of them, which was made in 2016. Its variance is med-high, and RTP is 96.03%. The layout it has is standard, 5*3; the number of paylines is 10. Just as any other modern piece of oeuvre by this gaming vendor, Ramses Treasure stands out from the crowd of other slot makers with an excellent sharp graphic, which makes it unbelievably pleasant to play. Eventually, that’s what players love about GameArt maker: excellent quality and attentiveness to details.
|Min bet $, €, £:||0.1|
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The game is stylized in the theme of Ancient Egypt, which soaks everything: symbols, the grid, and the background. Before the game begins and in the process of it, gamers are free to adjust the parameters:
Unfortunately, it is impossible to adjust 10 paylines set up by default. In order to have the optimal gaming experience, gamers are advised first to try to gamble in a demo mode (to avoid potential loss of real money) and try the money mode only after this.
There are 9 symbols in this game, becoming acquainted with which is possible when opening the payout table:
3, 4, and 5 scatter symbols trigger the feature called in this game “The Chamber of Ra”, which is a random combination of free spins (up to 10) and up to 3 sticky wilds, which will stick to the screen during the entire bonus game with free spins in this gaming machine. Wild symbols are actually not regular symbols of the gaming grid – it’s when any of the existing symbols turn into a gold one when The Chamber of Ra is initiated. When this feature is already ongoing, 3, 4, and 5 scatters can reinitiate this feature anew. They do not have to form a paying combination to trigger this feature – they just have to appear anywhere on the screen.
The given below payment table features the symbols as they appear in a win line on the grid: from 2 to 5 (just Pharaoh) or from 3 to 5 (the rest). All submitted sums to be paid are based on the fact that 1 coin is put per payline per spin, thus, making it 10 coins per spin:
Other possible bets per line per spin are 0.01, 0.02, 0.03, 0.04, 0.05, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1, and 2 coins. So the biggest possible bet is 20 coins per spin at a time.
The Spin button is designed in a way to show the winning combination, once it occurs, right on its body.