You take a good-looking adventurer and put them on to the slots and what do you get? No, not Lara Croft Temples and Tombs (but that is a good guess!). You get to enjoy the devilishly handsome Rich Wilde as he explores the underground caverns of Egypt on the search for hidden treasure.
Pros & Cons
- Fun adventurer theme.
- Five of a kind payouts.
- Wins of up to 5,000 times your stake.
- Only 10 paylines.
- Tough to get Free Spins.
- Indiana Jones rip-off.
How to Play
Intrepid explorers are great on slots – just take Gonzo’s Quest as an everlasting example example. But Rich Wilde is the adventurer talisman for Play’n Go and this is one of his best adventures. After setting the mood for the slot with a brief intro, you’ll go straight to the reels. When you play online slots in search of adventure, surely there is no better place to seek it than an underground temple? You’ll feel like you’re joining the hero when you seek treasure in this tomb. The buttons you need are at the bottom of the screen and are very…rectangular…it makes this part of the slot look outdated to the rest. However, it is clear to see where all the betting ranges and spin buttons are so perhaps in this instance, the old time look works well. It also has to keep in theme with an explorer from the 1940s (Indie rip-off?) so that explains the look. Once you’ve got used to that, simply spin away and try and match those ancient Egyptian symbols in search of results.
The card values 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace are the low paying symbols. They’re all designed to look as if they belong in a temple, with ornaments adorned across them. The King and the Ace are surprisingly generous for card symbols, as they can give you up to 150 times your stake for five on a payline. The higher value symbols are made up the Phoenix, Anubis, Osiris, Pharaoh and Rich Wilde and all pay out for landing two across a payline. When Rich Wilde appears five times on a payline, he’ll reward you up to 5,000 times your stake!
While getting five of a kind symbols pays out well, there is another bonus on Riche Wilde and the Book of Dead. Only one though.