The Relic Raiders game can be found at Net Entertainment casinos. Net Entertainment do make the house edge information of their slots games available and this can be found in the help files of the game (usually accessed by pressing the ‘?’ button at the bottom left of the game window). Net Entertainment games appear to only have one setting.
Without crossing any copyright lines, this game has clearly taken a lot of influence from the Tomb Raider franchise – based on touring round the world raiding crypts for treasure and looking for precious stones.
This game is a 5 reel game, with 50 paylines and you can bet up to 4 coins on each payline.
There are 3 bonus features while playing this game. The first is activated when three or more of the ‘Treasure Chest’ scatter symbols turn up anywhere on the reels. When this happens you pick one of the scatter symbols, and win a number of complimentary spins and multiplier.
The second bonus feature is activated when three or more of the ‘Relic Raiders’ bonus symbol turn up in a row on any payline starting from the left. When this happens, you’re taken to a world map and have to choose a crypt to search. Once you’ve chosen the location, you are presented with a map of the crypt and a pick axe to smash urns with. Each urn contains a treasure or a spider that will end the game. You keep smashing urns until you find the spider.
The third bonus feature is activated by collecting 4 of the ‘Relic’ symbols while playing the main game. If you manage this, you win a mystery prize. This feature is difficult to activate as the relics turn up very rarely. During our play we never found even one. As this is the case, when you find a relic it will be saved for 36 hours even if you stop playing the game.
Relic Raiders was good fun with plenty of fun bonus features and a house edge that is about average for a slot game – it’s certainly worth a look.
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