Queen of the Nile, developed by Aristocrat Gaming, is among the most popular land-based pokies in Australia. The pokie manufacturer released it into the market under the moniker Golden Pyramids in 1997 and later changed its name to Queen of the Nile.
Queen of the Nile Basics
Queen of the Nile has 5 reels and 20 paylines. Besides, it has 5 bet buttons and 5 line buttons along with a yellow button to collect payouts, a green button to get services, a purple button to gamble, and an orange button for the take win/start feature. The game graphics are similar to Golden Pyramids, but Queen of the Nile has better background music and sound effects.
The pokie machine has a generous payout structure, the most lucrative symbols being Cleopatra, Statue, Bracelet, Eye, Beetle, Pyramid, and high-value cards. Players who create combinations of 5 Cleopatra symbols, 5 Bracelet symbols, 5 Beetle symbols, and 5 Eye symbols will win prizes of 9000 coins, 750 coins, 400 coins, and 250 coins, respectively.
The pokie has a wild symbol and a scatter symbol, which greatly enhances player’s chances of winning. The wild Cleopatra can help create winning combinations by assuming the value of any other symbol across the reels except the scatter. Moreover, players who use Cleopatra to create a winning combination will win double the usual payout for that combination.
The Pyramid is the scatter symbol, which pays irrespective of its location across the reels. Moreover, a combination of 3, 4, or 5 scatter symbols across the reels triggers the free spins feature, which includes 15 free spins with tripled wins. This feature can be re-activated while playing a free spin.