Relic Raiders Pokie Game
At the time of writing, one of the few classic movies not to become a branded poker machine already is Indiana Jones. Sure, we have Daring Dave and the Eye of Ra which is a truly similar concept, but that’s not the only chance that players have to discover some time-lost treasures for their own benefit. Here on Relic Raiders, it’s all about picking up as many gems and other hidden items as possible, all while benefiting from some truly unique and exciting features. Read on to see how to play and what to expect from the various bonuses.
Game Type: Video Pokie
Win Lines: 50
Special Features: Relic mystery win, free spins and themed bonus game
Top Prize: 15,000 coins
Relic Raiders stands out a little by bumping the number of rows of symbols up to four and that generally means that you’re in for a decent number of win lines. That’s most certainly the case as there are fifty on offer in total, although that number can be tweaked to suit your tastes and betting strategy. With that completed, you’ll then need to decide on a bet level and coin value which, between them, makes up the total stake per spin. When you’re happy with the prize values, it’s time to get spinning!
Whenever Indiana Jones was on the trail of treasure, there was almost always someone attempting to get in the way and stop him. Oddly enough, the tribesman on this game looks suitably menacing but actually helps out, acting as he does as the game’s wild card. There are also two other feature symbols in play and we’ll kick off with the treasure chest.
Finding the chest is of course one of the best things about being an explorer and it’s appropriately useful here, with three or more of them offering up free spins. Prior to the spins taking place, players will need to choose one of the chests to reveal their spin number and the applicable multiplier. Arguably the best thing about this free spins game compared to other pokies is that you’ll only need to land two or more further chests in order to scoop additional spins.
Three bonus symbols, featuring the male and female lead characters, will trigger the themed bonus game. A map is displayed on the screen with four locations to pick from. Wherever you choose, the aim is the same as you enter a tomb to smash relics to reveal prizes. You can also discover the relics that slot nicely into the bar on the left hand side of the screen. When that bar fills up, you’ll be able to pick from a number of statues to reveal an instant cash prize, which is often relatively healthy in its own right. An important element of the mystery win feature to bear in mind is that any blocks that haven’t been completed will remain in place for 36 hours after closing the game, so you can always pick up where you left off!
Game Culture’s Opinion
Relic Raiders starts things off with a bang thanks to fifty lines and an extended board, but things get even better from that point thanks to the inclusion of solid free spins plus a whole host of themed extras. The fifty line configuration is particularly popular in Australia thanks to Aristocrat and Ainsworth and this game will not disappoint in any respect.