A new competitor has joined the increasingly-crowded Megaways category, and it’s obviously called Temple of Treasure. This Blueprint Gaming slot is one more excellent game that’s coming from this developer, which has gotten quite a bit of attention from players as a result, over the last year or so. It’s Aztec themed, which isn’t necessarily a plus for it, but the graphics do look better than you’d expect.
As for the game area which is available, it gives you 6 reels and as many as 117,649 megaways active, each round. The game has mystery symbols, free spins, a guaranteed megaways option, as well as unlimited win multipliers in some cases. There is a cap on the amount you can take home, and it’s 10,000x the stake, or $250,000, though the slot could potentially offer even more than that.
Betting and Prizes
You’re going to be allowed to set up the wager for the entire game area, no matter how many megaways are available in exchange. You spend as little as $0.20, or you can go up to $100, if you want to.
Moving on to prizes, Temple of Treasure has a 10,000x jackpot to give us, but it’s limited to a maximum value of $250,000. Obviously, this is a game with high volatility, and I’m glad to say that the RTP is also at a decent value, being announced at 96.46%. It will go up to 96.85% if you use the Bonus Bet option.
Temple of Treasure Megaways Slot Features
The Megaways system relies on reels which have a varying number of symbols on them, with winning combinations forming via ways to win, so with matching symbols on neighboring reels. Since the reels get anywhere from 2 to 7 symbols each, with 6 reels in play the game area can have as many as 117,649 Megaways, the potential being huge then. It could also have as few as 64 Megaways for 6 reels, which is obviously not a lot. That’s where the huge volatility comes in.
This is also a game with cascading wins, which means that winning symbols are removed, allowing others to come in and maybe get you paid again.
You will reach the free spins if you get four bonus scatters on the reels. What’s great here is that the free spins will come with a guaranteed minimum number of Megaways, depending on the pick you make. You can go with 15 free spins which have 324 Megaways or more, 10 free spins with 2,304 Megaways or more, or 5 free spins which have at least 10,000 Megaways. The fourth option is a Mystery choice, which randomizes both figures, with the best outcome having 15 spins and 10,000+ Megaways.
You have the option to buy access to the free spins as well, with a price of 100x the stake being required to get the feature triggered.
Wilds do exist here, but they appear only on the extra reels, which are available at the top of the regular ones.
Theme & Design
Theme wise, you get a simple Aztec temple design, but luckily it’s not a dated look. We’re used to Megaways slots being rather boring looking, but Blueprint seems to have better designers than the creators of this system, Big Time Gaming. For the major symbols, you will find Royals, gold jewelry, statues and temples.
I think that Temple of Treasure is going to be an excellent pick for the players which are interested in Megaways slots, with high volatility and potential.