Recognizable to many Aussie players I'm sure will be the immensely playable Queen Of The Nile 2 slot machine from Aristocrat. With
the exception of the free spin feature, the game is pretty much identical to the original Queen Of The Nile which spurned games
from other manufacturers such as the immortal Cleopatra and other Egyptian-themed slot games that
have since become even more popular than Aristocrat's original like the Book Of Ra slot machine you see a lot
on Gaminator machines around Europe.
Where the Queen Of The Nile 2 slot differs from the original most notably is in the feature. Where the original dished out
15 free spins with a 3x multiplier - a concept picked up by Cleopatra and Novomatic's Dolphin's Pearl slot machine -
the sequel gives the player options. It's the same when you play Aristocrat's Choy Sun Doa game in fact if you know that
WhileChoy Sun Doa requires the bonus symbols to appear on reels 1, 2 and 3 to trigger the free spins, on the Queen Of The Nile 2 slot machine
the bonus symbols (pyramids in this case) can appear on any 3 reels simultaneously to start the bonus. That's the point at which you decide
if you want less spins with potentially bigger multipliers or the opposite.
Because Queen Of The Nile isn't as volatile as many slots (I'm thinking of the Sizzling Hot Deluxe game by Novomatic
and IGT's popular Pharaohs Fortune slot machine specifically), it is possible to get some decent hits outside of the
bonus feature. Of course, like all slot machines these days the really big paydays come with the free spin feature rounds
(and a good deal of luck!) but it is nice to get some games where you don't have to get the feature to win something half-decent
from normal play.