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Treasure on the Nile Slot Review

Hapy – yes, that’s the correct spelling – had a charmed life. For centuries, this god of fertility stood overlooking the Nile until one day, presumably due to a tremor, the ground gave way and Hapy was cast into the sea. 🇪🇬

It was only in the early 2000s that a group of divers found bits of Hapy. Which wasn’t that long after Lorena Bobbit got happy with a Ginsu knife and sliced and diced her hubby, John Wayne… But I digress. 🔪🍌

Soon, an entire city that once was home to thousands of people, but that had lain undisturbed beneath the waters, was finally discovered. Its name is Thonis-Heracleion. 🤩

Don’t worry; I’m not going to give you a history lesson today. The story just goes to illustrate that you never know what treasures might be discovered around the Nile. 🌴

The latest marvel comes to us from Nucleus, and it goes by the title of Treasure on the Nile slot. 💰🎰


Treasure on the Nile slot gives us a drone-eyed view of the Nile Delta, and you’ll see some pyramids dotted around for good measure.

The grid is a 5-reel affair, and on it, you’ll see high-paying symbols in the form of Scarab beetles, the Eye of Horus, an Ankh, a Falcon, a Pyramid, and a Pectoral – I’m guessing that’s what it is; it’s a bejeweled thing Pharaohs wore around their necks.

The Wild replaces all symbols that aren’t Bonus symbols or Scatters.

In terms of the stats, we’ve got 40 paylines, an RTP of 96.20%, and a high volatility rate. The max win is a bit on the low side, at $196,960, and the max multiplier is 4,924x. The only currency that’s not accepted is the Japanese yen.



You could see Stacked Mystery symbols land on any of the reels – these look like blue whirlpools or vortices. Stacked Mystery symbols will reveal a random symbol after a spin. The random symbol could be a Bonus symbol or any other symbol, as long as it's not a Scatter.


Scatters only appear on reels 1, 3, and 5, and 3 Scatters awards 10 spins. Free Spins can also be re-triggered by landing 3 additional Scatters.


You’ll see green, turquoise, red, purple, and blue gems within a golden circle – these are the Bonus symbols. Landing 6 or more triggers the Hold & Win round, and the triggering symbols will stick to the reels.

You’ll get 3 re-spins to start, with each new Bonus symbol also sticking to where they land and resetting the spin counter. All Bonus symbols carry a value now, and the only symbols you’ll see during the Hold & Win feature are Bonus symbols.

The round ends when you run out of spins or fill all of the available cells with Bonus symbols. When that happens, the value of all the visible Bonus symbols will be added up and paid out.


Calling all impatient folk! Buy 10 Free Spins for the low low fee of 60x your bet, or the Hold & Win feature for a mere 48x!


There’s no mystery about the fact that Treasure on the Nile slot plays perfectly on all devices and across all browsers. It’s just good, cutting-edge tech!

Maximum Win

You’ll stand to win $196,960 on this game if you combine the 4,924x multiplier with the $40 max bet. The lowest amount you can bet is $0.20.


Treasure on the Nile slot doesn’t do anything novel or particularly thrilling, but you can’t go wrong with a Free Spin round and a Hold & Win feature. The best part about the game is the Buy Bonus because the cost to enter those rounds is cheap compared with most other games.

The game looks brilliant on a mobile device, so fans of on-the-go playing should be well satisfied.

Earth-shattering it’s not, and the top payout could’ve done with a little extra, but Treasure on the Nile slot is a decent offering that newbies or more seasoned players alike could derive some pleasure from.

Slot Details

Software: Nucleus
Game Type: Video Slots
Paylines: 40
Reels: 5
RTP: 96.20%
Bonus Round: Yes
Progressive: No
Free Rounds: Free Spins
Max Multiplier: 4,924x
Max Win: $196,960
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