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Your Comments and Reviews for King Tut`s Treasure

[Post New]by bfgImbrium on Dec 9, 10 12:37 AM
Hey Fishies! What do you think of King Tut`s Treasure? We value your reviews, as do many of the other fishies in our pond, so feel free to post your comments, opinions, hints and tips in this thread!

Remember, a lot of people who will be reading this thread will have never played the game before. If you are posting spoilers, be sure to include SPOILER ALERT at the top of your post.

Happy gaming!


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Re:Your Comments and Reviews for King Tut`s Treasure

[Post New]by kisskeeps on Dec 9, 10 1:52 AM
A Vegas slot machine game with a bright colorful Egyptian theme and I found it to be mind-numbingly dull. Nearly fell asleep during my 25 minutes of the trial. You can let the game play itself (so far as I could tell) by clicking "AutoPlay" and no further participation was required.

But, say, try it out if the theme or type of game appeals to you. Definitely a way to quickly wind down at the end of the day.

Happy gaming,

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Re:Your Comments and Reviews for King Tut`s Treasure

[Post New]by Dialogue on Dec 9, 10 9:22 AM
This is a slot machine game.but is not like I thought slot machines were. I thought you were supposed to get three or more in a row but apparently that is not the way in this game.

The game also has two other parts. Cleopatra's treasure where you have to collect 15 colored jewels in a certain number of spins. If you collect the 15 jewels you progress to the next level to collect 15 of another color jewel. The number of spins decrease as the number of levels you finish increase. I think there are 5 or 6 levels of jewels you have to go through. I didn't make it past the third level so I don't know what you win at the end.

The third part is a memorization game. You have 3 seconds to remember where the jewels are on a board. The board is then covered up. You are supposed to choose which squares have the jewels in them without choosing any snakes. I never made it through any of those so I don't know what you win.

There are other features of the game. It shows your win/loss record, bank statistics and other things. I didn't get into that too much because I wanted to see if the game was worth paying for.

All in all the game is not thought provoking and it is no Slingo, which I like. I'm not a real fan of slot machines but I could use a break from the other games where I'm thinking all the time. I'll buy it just to see how much money I can amass (I won quite a bit by betting the max all the time) and just to watch the wheels spin. This is a good game just to relax with or maybe a hard core slot machine person could use it for something else. I don't know. I'll buy it at the DD price. Maybe it will help my memory a little.


Re:Your Comments and Reviews for King Tut`s Treasure

[Post New]by Mimiunderthesea on Dec 9, 10 10:52 AM
My son and I just played the trial. Not our type of game, but we did enjoy the music!

(We won close to two million!)

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Re:Your Comments and Reviews for King Tut`s Treasure

[Post New]by Stevihj on Dec 31, 10 7:46 AM
The graphics are colorful and loud. The gameplay is a slot machine. And there is no storyline. Since I am not a gambler this did not appeal to me.

This game is a B.


Re:Your Comments and Reviews for King Tut`s Treasure

[Post New]by misterdink on Apr 14, 12 2:44 PM
The game itself is nice. But with no one to play against, there is no incentive to buy the full version. Competition is nice...even if you're just comparing yourself to others who play the game.

I took my trial version with the initial $5K and in only 53 minutes turned that into $10.2M! I only wish I had that kind of luck at a real casino. I don't know it that big win was due to the preview or not (I assume it was to entice me to buy).

To answer some questions, my third time thru the bonus game, I managed to complete all levels of the bonus. During the serpent round, the 5X wilds are stacked and you can really rack up some serious coin. And the asp gives you spins rather than taking them like it does during the previous bonus rounds.

Remembering the red jewels is pathetically simple (I never got one wrong). You just have to be logical about memorizing the placement of the characters. I won't spoil it by telling you how to beat it, but it will become amazingly simple once you figure it out.

I won't be buying the full version, but I would love to see it online so you could play against others.

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