The symbols in Treasure Nile progressive pokies evoke the atmosphere of Ancient Egypt. Cobras, Sphinxes, Egyptian tomb dogs, parchments, and galley ships all pay out if you get matching sets on an active pay line. You do win in this progressive pokies game with just three matching symbols on a pay line, but you win a lot more if you have all five. The golden scarab beetle is the cool scatter symbol. If you get multiple scarabs, appearing anywhere on the screen -you can win lots of extra credits. You can win with five, four, of three of these symbols. The Egyptian pyramids are the wild symbol. You can substitute them for any other image with one exception. You cannot use the wild pyramid symbol to win the progressive pokies jackpots in Treasure Nile. For that, you must have five images of the golden Pharaoh all lined up on that ninth pay line.
Since Treasure Nile is a progressive jackpot game, it doesn’t offer free spins or any other conventional bonuses. The main draw of the game is meant to be the progressive jackpot, which – while incredibly difficult to pull off – can result in a very big win.
If there’s one developer who knows the ins and outs of progressive jackpot games better than anyone else, it’s Treasure Nile’s creator, Microgaming. Makers of the popular, Guinness World Record-winning Mega Moolah, Microgaming have been developing pokies since 1994, refining their approach to games over almost three decades.
With an understanding of what makes a great pokie and a knack for creating fun, memorable experiences, Microgaming is one of the most acclaimed software creators in the casino industry today.