Step into the ancient Incan world during the exciting live casino game Gonzo's Treasure Hunt for a chance to win real cash prizes.
The bet sizes available in Gonzo's Treasure Hunt range from 10p to £1,000.
How to Play
The aim of this live casino game is to reveal as many of your chosen coloured stones on the wall before you run out of picks.
There are six different coloured treasure stones available in this game - decide which colour stone you want to hunt for on the wall.
Each stone awards a different payout value.
Payout values include: 1x, 2x, 4x, 20x or 65x.
There are less higher-value stones on the wall, which means they are harder to find than lower-value stones.
Number of Picks
You can buy up to 20 picks per game.
For each pick purchased, you'll get to select one stone on the wall for a chance to uncover your chosen colour stone.
Calculating the Total Bet
The total bet is calculated by multiplying the number of picks by the total value of the bets placed on stones.
For example, a £3 bet on the 4x stone plus a £4 bet on the 8x, and buying three picks, will equal (£3 + £4) x 3 = £21.
When the betting time has expired, all stones on the wall will shuffle and their payout values will be hidden.
The countdown timer will then begin.
Depending on how many picks you purchased, you need to select between one and 20 stones on the wall.
Picked stones will be marked with a handprint - to change your mind and select another stone, drag the handprint to another stone.
Continue selecting stones until all picks have been used.
When the timer ends, if any picks remain unused, stones will be randomly selected for you.
Prize Drop Bonus prizes can appear at the top of the wall.
If the row below has an opening, the Bonus prizes will fall down and stop on a randomly-selected stone.
This will increase the value of that stone.
Whenever a Prize Drop occurs, it creates more chances for Bonus Prizes, multiplier and Re-Drop symbols to appear on the top row.
Up to seven prizes can drop onto the wall per round.
Individual stones can award a maximum of £20,000 during the Prize Drop feature.
At the end of the game, all stones on the wall will reveal their values.
If you selected a stone that you initially bet on, you will win.
Any bonus values won will be added to the standard payout value, and your winning bet will be multiplied by the final value.
For each stone found, your original bet will be returned and added to your total winnings.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 96.56%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers, we will, on average, pay out £96.56 of wins.