Well, I thought the game Treasure Nile would be one-of-a-kind outrageous game, until I saw this Treasure Palace game, also playing with just 9 paylines but with a halved minimum starting bet per spin of $2.25. Gees! How hungrier can Microgaming games get?! Games like these 2 are meant to eat up any players credits within just a few minutes, even though it could pay out big as well, but frankly speaking, the chances of getting any quick huge payout is practically next-to-nothing! And Treasure Palace doesn't even have any Jackpot prizes to justify its very high starting bet size.
The Necklace is the Wild symbol in the game, paying absolutely nothing for getting them, except that it substitutes for other symbols except the Scatter symbol, if that can be any good at all, because it's a totally dumb Wild symbol. The Key is the Scatter symbol but paying a low 50x the total bet for getting 5 of them. Nope, there aren't any Free Spins game or any other special features. It's a straightforward 9-paylines game that you either win or lose very quickly in. The Ruler, or Sultan, or whatever, pays 10,000x, the Elephant Statue pays 1000x, the Tiger Statue pays 900x, the Treasure Chest pays 700x, and the others pay from 600x to 50x, all per line bet for getting 5 of each kind. A low paytable despite that 10,000x value for the highest paying symbol.
Playing this game very quickly became a pain in my 'S'! The first 8 spins paid absolutely nothing, leaving me with a blardy balance of $2 to either continue playing or quit playing. I quit! I'm not taking any chances with a blardy ridiculous game like this one, and there are quite a number of them from Microgaming alone! Avoid playing Treasure Palace if you cannot play with a starting balance of at least $100!