Graphically the slot looks great and Thunderkick is known for improving in that department. Honestly, I have not touched a Thunderkick slot since that Tiger Rush nonsense. Set amongst a grand temple, this bright and colourful offering sees A, K Q, J, 10 and 9 card values as well as treasure chests, crowns, chalices and of course King Midas. Midas is the most rewarding symbol giving you 10, 20 or 75 times your stake for 3, 4 or 5 across a payline. This slot must have one of the better paytables I have seen in the past few months.
The most important symbol is the wild which comes in form of a hand. Substituting for all other symbols but the scatter. I 2x multiplier is applied whenever a wild substitute in a winning combination and furthermore if more wilds on a payline, the multiplier is multiplier with each other. You can win up to x32 for 5 of kind wilds.
When you get 3, 4 or 5 scatters on the reels, you will trigger the Bonus Game feature where your reward is 10, 15 or 20 free spins respectively. Once in, any winning combination will trigger the sticky re-spin feature. Winning symbols are locked with other places on the reels re-spinning. The re-spins (which don’t affect your free spins) continue as long as you keep adding symbols to the original winning combination. During free spins a wild is placed randomly on reels 2,3 and 4 to create win, like what you would see in the Wild Chase from Quickspin. You can retrigger the free spins feature.
This slot is highly volatile and started playing it 2 days ago. I triggered bonus in 20 spins or less and won a good x200 my total bet, not bad for a start huh? I like this slot, as Napoleon hung me out to try all the time. This I believe is a better alternative.