Queen of Pyramids

Queen of the Pyramids – Jackpot Slots Review

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Climb a cash pyramid and win more than £40,000 in progressive jackpot prizes with the most attractive Ancient Egyptian slot out there. Produced by Playtech and offering a regal shine to the jackpot lobby here at Paddy Power Casino, Queen of the Pyramids is a classic that's perfect for the modern spinner.

Queen of the Pyramids Game Info

  • Play from as little as £1.35
  • Five reels and nine win lines
  • Win progressive jackpots topping £40,000
  • Software Provider: Playtech

How to Play Queen of the Pyramids

Unlocking the secrets of the Ancient Egyptians is a simple matter of selecting one of two bet sizes (£0.15 or £0.25) and then choosing to stake between one and nine coins per line. In real terms, when you combine this with the nine fixed winlines, you'll be able to stake anything from £1.35 to £20.25 per spin.

Like many of our top slots, Queen of the Pyramids is very generous to her loyal subjects. Once you've paid the price to unlock the secrets of a civilisation from the past, wins start from 2x when you roll in a combination of two or more matches. Instead of paying you for three or more matches, Queen of the Pyramids lets her riches flow forth with two-match combos.

As impressive as this is, things get even better when you look at the top of the payout ladder. For those playing below the max bet (for either coin size), five wild symbols (the Pharaoh) will unlock a jackpot worth more than 500x. However, if you're willing to crank things up and play for the max, you'll find that five wilds are worth a progressive jackpot.

Regularly topping £40,000+, Queen of the Pyramids might be a retro-looking game, but its jackpot is something that modern iGamers can't ignore. If you're looking to become slots royalty, we suggest taking a turn with the always alluring Queen of the Pyramids.

Suggested Games: If you aren't faithful to the Queen of the Pyramids, why not become King of Olympus's loyal subject instead?

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