The A While on the Nile game can be found at casinos offering NextGen Gaming software. NextGen Gaming are primarily a slots developer and their games can most often be found at casinos working with the NYXGaming platform. As a standard NextGen Gaming do publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within their game paytable. As such we can say that the House Edge of A While on the Nile is between 4.369% and 4.924%. We assume that the lower House Edge figure conforms to the maximum SuperBet setting as this would be consistent with other SuperBet games.
Spend some time in the life basket of ancient Egypt.
A While on the Nile is a 5 reel game with 50 paylines and you can only bet 1 coin on each payline.
The ‘Pharaoh’ symbol is Wild, only appears on reels 2, 3 and 4 and is stacked on those reels.
There are three bonus features when playing A While on the Nile. The first bonus feature is always accessible by using the ‘SuperBet’ button at the right side of the reels. By turning this feature on you increase the multiplier applied to any winning combination that involves a Pharaoh Wild symbol. At Level 1 all wins are multiplied by 2, at Level 2 wins are multiplied by 4, at Level 3 wins are multiplied by 6 and Level 4 wins are multiplied by 8 and at Level 5 wins are multiplied by 10. To use the SuperBet feature you have to bet additional coins. 50 coins for Level 1, 100 coins for Level 2, 200 coins for Level 3, 250 coins for Level 4 and 300 coins for Level 5.
The second bonus feature is activated when you receive the ‘Jewel’ bonus symbol on reels 2, 3 and 4. When this happens you will be awarded 5 complimentary spins. During the complimentary spins random symbols may be turned into Wild symbols.
The third bonus feature is activated when you receive the ‘Scarab Beetle’ bonus symbol on reels 1, 3 and 5. When this happens you will be taken to a new screen showing 20 Scarab Beetles. Select the Beetles one at a time to reveal prizes. When you reveal ‘Collect’ the bonus feature ends.
A While on the Nile offers neither imaginative bonus features nor a spectacularly low House Edge. It’s far from the worst game we’ve ever seen, but you’re not going to struggle to find better elsewhere.