The slot machine Lost Treasure from Amaya is very entertaining with its theme and the players who go on this adventure will certainly have a good time. First of all, they will meet a beautiful woman who also plays the role of the wild symbol in the game and they will get to climb the temple, with each step they move up resulting in better prizes, up to 12 free games with an x8 multiplier.
An exciting adventure to discover a lost temple takes the player to face hostile and dangerous poisonous creatures, all to reach the top of the temple and get the treasures it contains. All this is depicted during the entire game through the various graphic symbols and, above all, through the bonus mode called Temple Steps. Before we jump into the details, we must point out that this slot machine from Amaya with five reels and four rows as 1024 ways to win active on every spin since combinations can be obtained starting from left and going to right and vice versa. The symbol showing a gorgeous woman is actually wild and it can of course play the role of all the other symbols, apart from the bonus one. The bonus symbol is impossible to miss as it shows the temple and will generate prizes if two or more appear on the screen, no matter if they are part of winning combinations on lines or not. Two, three or four bonus symbols scattered on the screen will start the Hold N Spin phase where the reels that contain the symbols will be kept in place while the others spin for free. If all the five reels are locked into place, the game will then start the Temple Steps bonus we mentioned earlier. The goal here is to climb the lost temple in order to get up to 12 free spins with multipliers of up to x8 for the resulting winnings. This is done by choosing to either climb another step or just claim the prize on the respective level. The highest paying symbol by far in the game is the chest filled with treasure and this offers a significant bump in prizes for combos of three or more. Other symbols show gold coins, precious stones, dangerous animals like scorpions and cobras, and finally, six numerals that have been partially covered by weeds.