Temple Tumble Megaways

Temple Tumble Megaways

Prepare for a bumpy ride in Temple Tumble Megaways, which offers 46,656 ways to win!


    Temple Tumble Megaways Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in Temple Tumble Megaways range from 20p to £20.

    There are up to 46,656 paylines available in this game.

     

    Base Game

    Land matching symbols on three or more adjacent reels to secure a win. 

    The symbols can appear in any position.

    Winning symbols will be removed from the reels and replaced with new ones from above. 

    The cascades continue until winning combinations stop landing. 

    You'll be paid the longest matching combination for each symbol only. 

    Multiple matching symbols on a reel will be added to winnings multiplicatively.  


    Wild symbols

    Wild symbols can land on reels two to six. 

    They override all other symbols, helping you to form winning combinations. 

     

    Free Spins

    At the start of every spin, between three and 24 stone blocks will appear on the reels. 

    Some blocks may be Special, meaning they can contain either an added multiplier or extra spins.  

    Special blocks can award multipliers of 1x, 2x or 3x, or up to three extra spins. 

    You will need to choose one of three modes at the beginning of the round:

    - Multipliers: all special blocks will contain added multipliers

    - Free Spins: all special blocks will contain extra spins

    - Multipliers and Free Spins: special blocks can contain added multipliers or Free Spins

    Destroy all stone blocks in one round to receive six free spins.

    Destroyed special blocks are added to the multiplier or remaining number of free spins. 

    The multiplier will remain for the duration of the Free Spins feature, unless it is increased by breaking additional special blocks.

    If all stone blocks - regardless whether they are special - are cleared during Free Spins, you will win three extra spins.

     

    Return to Player (RTP)

    Return to Player: 96.25% 

    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 £96.25 of wins.