Less than two weeks after launching its Bar-X: Game Changer video slot, British online casino games developer Realistic Games Limited has now returned to announce the premiere of its new Egypt-themed Bank of the Nile innovation.

The Reading-headquartered firm used an official Tuesday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to declare that its latest five-reel and 20-payline advance has been designed to take aficionados ‘on a slot adventure through treasure tombs’ and is now exclusively available via Microgaming partner sites.

Additional attractions:

Realistic Games Limited stated that Bank of the Nile comes complete with flaming wild symbols that can be randomly activated during the base game in addition to a pick-me-style Tomb Bonus Round that will ‘maximize winning potential’. The developer pronounced that this latter attraction begins inside one of six Egyptian tombs and challenges players to select between eight artifacts that contain either a prize or ‘a losing scorpion’.

Escalating encounter:

Also responsible for the recently-launched Fruitiplier and Hot Cross Bunnies: Game Changer video slots, Realistic Games Limited detailed that players will be allowed to keep choosing relics within this Tomb Bonus Round until all of the awards are gone or a scorpion is revealed. The firm proclaimed that these challenges subsequently continue before competitors move into a sixth tomb where they are presented with the opportunity to collect one concluding reward or ‘uncover a huge prize hidden behind one of the six caskets’.

Wider premiere:

Robert Lee, Commercial Director for Realistic Games Limited, used the press release to confirm that the mobile-friendly Bank of the Nile is now available via Microgaming-partner domains but will be launched across his firm’s ‘entire distribution network’ from the end of July.

Read the statement from Lee…

“Bank of the Nile offers an engaging bonus round for players and we are thrilled to further boost our exclusivity deal with Microgaming by offering its customers first access to this Egypt-themed title before the network launch. The game’s bonus round is designed to ramp up the excitement factor and provide players with a twist on a classic theme that has proven appeal among varied audiences.”