Queen of The Nile
Queen of the Nile is one of Aristocrat’s older video slots. It is non-progressive is nature and is based on Ancient Egypt. Several Egyptian symbols appear on the reels to that affect, including the Eye of Horus, lotus plants, Scarab beetles, Cleopatra and pyramids, as well as the customary high playing card icons.
To give you an idea of how old Queen of the Nile is, we’ll tell you how long ago it launched. It first appeared in land-based casinos in 1997, and appeared online in 2012. How’s that for age?
In terms of how basic the slot is, it is played over 5 reels, with 20 very colourful paylines present across those reels. Queen of the Nile will permit you to adjust those lines, and carries coin sizes of 0.01 up to 3.00 in total. Only one coin can be staked per line, making Queen of the Nile a cheap as chips slot.
It has minimum and maximum wagers of just 0.01 per line, per spin, and 60.00 per spin, respectively.
About This Pokie
Coins Range:0.01 - 4.00
Fee Spins/Multiplier Better:20/Up To x10
Wild symbol: Queen of the Nile’s wild icon is represented by the Queen of the Nile symbol. When this icon appears, it can replace all others in the game, with the exception of the scattered pyramid symbol.
Scatter icon: We’ve just told you that the scatter icon is a pyramid – actually its two pyramids – but we didn’t tell you what it does. Landing 3, 4 or 5 scatter icons in any positions on the reels will trigger a free spins bonus game.
Free spins bonus: The free spins bonus in this slot is really basic. It contains a total of 15 free games for you to play, although don’t expect multipliers or special wilds. They simply hadn’t been placed into many slots when this title was first created, almost 20 years ago.
Gamble feature: A gamble feature has been worked into the design of Queen of the Nile. Unfortunately, it is pretty basic and doesn’t really offer you much in the way of excitement. You’ve got a 50% chance of losing your loot, so we’d avoid it.
With a good run, and if you line up 5 of the Queen of the Nile icons across a payline, you could win as much as 9,000 coins in this non-progressive jackpot slot. That’s a pretty good return, considering that Queen of the Nile is so cheap to play.
You have to remember that Queen of the Nile is old, really old. To the types of gamers that love HD and 3D graphics, this dinosaur may not appeal. It could also fall short for players who prefer lots of special features. Anybody interested in playing a classic may find Queen of the Nile to their liking, though. Fortunately, Aristocrat Gaming have released a sequel to Queen of the Nile – unimaginatively called Queen of the Nile 2 – which is far more modern, and may suffice. That all depends on your tastes and preferences, though.