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Walking like an Egyptian is going to be second nature to you once you try your luck in Ramses Treasure, a high quality real cash slot from the minds over at GameArt. Their tangible aesthetics are finer than ever, with a matrix that’s beautifully rich and textured, providing an exceptional environment in which to play.

But will the brand be up to its usual tricks, of luring you in with a shiny appearance and then leaving you flat?

The initial verdict is somewhere between surprising and expected, for GameArt seem to have changed very little to their setup, yet Ramses Treasure feels more polished off than Caligula. Even the generic nature of the Egyptian theme doesn’t trouble us too much, for it has the GameArt details that make it exclusive to the brand, however minimal that exclusivity is.

Sporting 10 fixed paylines and 5 reels, our main concern is surrounding the difficulty the slot presents us, for the company isn’t known for making it easy when you play for real. Our last experience still weighs heavily on us… but this is a new game and a fresh start; maybe Ramses will be a hospitable host…?

All in the Details

One aspect that we adore about GameArt titles, at least the ones we’ve played thus far, is the mini schematic of the 3x5 grid attached to the spin widget – it shows you where a potential winning tile has fallen. This may sound useless, but it actually helps you to adapt to the winlines, without having to open up the paytable information.

Another winning part of their design is how unimposing the controls are, for you can play along and almost forget that they’re there, even more so when playing automatically. This is because they’ve been fully incorporated into the aesthetic, rather than standing out like a sore thumb. Therefore, they’re a continuum of the game rather than an additional extra. And while we’re on the subject of autospins, you can play between 10 and 500 waves at a time, with the ability to stop whenever you feel like it.

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The Key to the Golden Chest

The so-called bonus feature of GameArt is back, and it’s as standard as ever: free games for all who manage to activate it. However, you have the additional element of surprise of not knowing what’s hidden inside the chest deep within the Chamber of Ra; as many as 10 games can be started, with up to three symbols able to be turn wild for the duration of the level.

What is more, the rounds can be started up again, giving you a lengthy and potentially rewarding mini level to appreciate separately from the standard reels of Ramses Treasure.

Maybe it’s just us, but it still feels like something is missing from this section of the slot, and so as generous as it can be, we can’t say we’re massive fans of it.

Do You or Don’t You?

There’s a gamble feature tucked away that you can choose to activate or not; personally we have it switched on, as it helps spice things up. The dynamics are undoubtedly what you expected them to be, pick a colour and hope the card matches - we’ve seen it before, and it does get old, but in a medium variance slot such as this, it’s a breath of fresh air.

We wouldn’t call it suspenseful as such, even though the music included in this part of the game goes out of its way to apply such emotions. It’s probably because of how often we’ve tried an extra like this: we know what to expect, and so we can’t get overly excited about it. Not to mention that the gamble option is so far removed from the design of the slot that it feels like a different game entirely. Even having Egyptian themed playing cards could have helped, but GameArt obviously didn’t feel the need.

A Worthwhile Treasure?

Ramses Treasure looks fantastic, we can’t begin to stress that enough, but sadly too many elements don’t come together well enough to give you a sense of fulfilment once you’ve played. This comes from a number of things: the poor sound effects, the disappointing bonus level, the gamble feature, just none of it meshes the way it should.

We’re not saying pass this title by, for it has merits, we’re just saying to bear in mind that it likely won’t live up to other experiences you’ve had elsewhere.

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