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Treasure Nile Review

Treasure Nile

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Treasure Nile is a Microgaming stand-alone progressive jackpot, which means that there are no other online pokies attached to the same progressive jackpot. It has the ancient Egypt theme that is popular at Australian online casinos. The symbols on the reels are all iconic of the culture and heritage of ancient Egypt. They include King Tut, the Sphinx, Anubis, ankh, amulet, asp, papyrus scroll, column and Nile boat. The graphics are sharp and detailed. Players familiar with Egyptian mythology will enjoy them better. You will note that Microgaming has used thematic symbols instead of the usual high value card symbols and this makes the pokie more interesting. The pyramids symbol is the wild. It can substitute for all symbols except for the scatter. The scarab is the scatter symbol. Three or more scatter symbols anywhere on the five reels award scatter payouts that are multiplied by the total bet.

Now you can try for the Treasure Nile progressive jackpot from your mobile phones and tablets. This progressive pokie is available at all Australian Microgaming mobile casinos.

How Treasure Nile Is Hit

To play for the progressive jackpot you have to first ensure that you have made the eligible wager. Treasure Nile is a 9 paylines online pokie and you have to enable all 9 paylines. The default wager is one coin per payline of a fixed value of 0.50. Therefore the eligible wager per spin will amount to 4.50, which is acceptable given the average hit size. Then if you get five King Tut symbols across the 9th payline, the progressive jackpot will be yours. Remember that this combination has to be made without any wild symbols. But if you get five King Tut symbols across any other payline or five King Tut symbols on the 9th payline with the help of wilds, you will get a fixed payout of 6,000 coins per coin wagered.

Treasure Nile Statistics

Based on data obtained from the past hits indicative statistics are given below. However, these cannot be taken as a guaranteed projection for the future. The Treasure Nile progressive jackpot has been hit about 30 times in the last 365 days and has paid out over 2.6 million. The average payout per hit has been about 90,000 and progressive has been hit on an average about once in 11 days. Treasure Nile is a middle type of progressive jackpot that strikes a balance between the average payout and the payout frequency.

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