When it comes to old Egypt, one is never enough. It feels like only yesterday we were playing God’s Temple for the first time, then we had our fun with the remake, and now, we’re playing the sequel to the original Secret of Nefertiti. Clearly, if Booongo believes there is such a thing as oversaturation, they aren’t worried about it. The title has awesome Egyptian music, a gorgeous backdrop of an ancient Egyptian city at night and a potential jackpot worth 750x the wager. We do feel the need to warn players that there is no known RTP for this title.
The title plays relatively simple. It has a 5x4 playing field with 40 fixed paylines, which means that you cannot turn them on or off to save cash. Your minimum bet is always set to the same thing. The symbols are a mixture of playing card icons wrapped in bubbles, and Egyptian symbols related to Nefertiti herself.
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While most of the titles we’ve reviewed by Booongo Gaming have tried their best at finding some unique way to handle bonuses, this time around, they went for a more standardized approach, choosing to give gamblers a choice in how they want their special feature to play instead. Scatters only appear on the second, third and fourth reel, and you need all three to appear at the same time to reward the free spins bonus. Once there, you can choose between three different features – you can have fifteen extra turns with a x2 Wild, ten free spins with a x3 Wild, or five extra turns with a x5 Wild. Pick which one suits you best, and cross your fingers!
During normal gameplay, all three multiplier Wilds can occur. They can only appear on the third reel, and apply their multiplier to all winning combinations that include them. They can replace all symbols except for Scatters.
How to Play
We’re led to believe that the absence of RTP might be because of this player choice. Rather than run the RTP for three different bonus choices, the developers simply decided not to include it all together. Even if that is the case, we were still forced to dock points from the title – it would have been an easy perfect five from us if it weren’t for the absence of the RTP that drags the score down so much.
You can wager between $0.40 up to $80 per spin, and the maximum win you can get, assuming the biggest wager is at play, is $60,000.
The autoplay option exists, allowing gamblers to press it and let the title do the spinning for them. Keep in mind the title will keep going until you press the button again or run out of money, so make sure to stop it before you leave it running.
Strategy & Tips
For us personally, the best reward came from picking the middle option, with 10 free spins and a x3 Wild. The first option is more safer, while the third has bigger winning chances, but its length is too short to really make something interesting happen.
Like plenty of other Booongo titles, this one also features parity between mobile and desktop versions, meaning the user interface, visuals and gameplay are exactly the same no matter which platform you play the title on.