• Aladdin's TreasurePlay free game

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      Pragmatic Play
    • Type

      Video Slots
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    The story of Aladdin and the genie in the lamp has been told in books, movies, televisions shows, cartoons and tons of other forms of media. Pragmatic Play's online slot version Aladdin's Treasure is their own telling of the story, and you'll be able to get your own wishes granted if you hit the top wins in this game. Packed with features and ways to win with a solid hit-rate, you'll have a lot to look forward to in this game.

    Game Format

    Video slots with five reels and four rows comprise the second most popular general format for the genre. This online slot uses this layout with 50 paylines, a somewhat typical overall layout. Your coin sizes in this game range from $0.01 to $0.50, so the lowest bet size available is $0.50 per spin. However, because you can bet up to 10 coins on each of the 50 paylines, you're also going to get a maximum bet size that's a whooping $250. That's a pretty large level, so it's clear that you'll have bet sizes at all stakes available to you.

    Bonus Features

    You'll find two basic bonus features available in Aladdin's Treasure. The first is based on getting three or more of the key bonus symbol anywhere on a payline, as this is a scatter. If you get three of them, your bonus round can pay between 150 and 525 coins. Four gives you a winning range of 450 to 1,575 coins. If you get five of them, your available set of wins will increase to 750 coins to 2,625 coins. The upper end of these are among the best available wins in the game.

    A second bonus round is available when you get three or more of the scattered chest symbols. This awards a set of free spins, and they will always have a 2x multiplier on all of your wins. Three chests awards 15 free spins, four gives you 30 free spins, and five scattered chests are good for a whooping 50 free spins. These bonus features pack a lot of value.

    Wild Symbols and Top Pays

    Pragmatic Play has included wild sword symbols on the reels to give you better chances to hit winning combinations, all of which require three or more symbols to get paid out. It's worth noting that the wilds do not substitute for the bonus or scatter symbols in this game, but they will substitute for the other eight regular symbols.

    The top-paying symbol is Aladdin himself, and he appears with four coins under the symbol. Five of a kind pays a solid 1,000x win. Next up is the blue genie with three coins, and he pays 500x when you get five of a kind. You can get five of a kind in the princess with the two coins under her for a win worth 250x, and the villain in red with a single coin pays out 150x. These wins are fairly balanced while still being slightly top-heavy to give players some sizable wins to go after.

    Bottom-End Payouts

    In this game, the bottom-end payouts are based on pairs of symbols that use the card ranks. These ranks are pretty common options for slots to use as their bottom-rung symbols, but these are stylized in a way that matches up with the theme of the game overall. While the graphical values are strong enough in this game, it's still clear that they didn't just throw this together. The A and K pay 80x for five of a kind, 45x for four of a kind and 15x for three of a kind. At slightly lower levels, the Q and J pay 50x for five, 30x for four and 10x for three.


    Pragmatic Play has done a decent enough job with Aladdin's Treasure as far as using the theme as the basis of a slot. With that having been said, it's pretty plain as far as games go, and while it shows that they are entirely competent when it goes to producing these games, it doesn't really stand out in any major way either. If you're looking for a game with a low-volatility that's got good, but not great, graphics and a couple of bonus features, then this is a slot that would be a fine choice for you. With that having been said, it's also not surprising that this game didn't win any awards or get critical acclaim because it's very middle-of-the-road overall.

    By Jesse Eddleman