Magic of Sahara is a video slot adaptation of the Maghrebi Arabs’ desert lifestyle. Microgaming owns the distribution rights to this online game that games developer All41 Studios released on July 17, 2019. Treasure, magic, lucky charm, beadwork, and African custom are its themes.
Also from All41 Studios; Book of Atem duology, Arena of Gold (April 2020), and Mayan Eagle (July 2020) are based on other customs. Magic of Sahara’s rival games include Nights of Magic (November 2019) from Spinomenal, Sahara (April 2020) from Octavian Gaming, and Sahara Nights (September 2019) from Yggdrasil.
One symbol (treasure-filled bowl) requires two, three, four, or five winning combinations. Ten symbols (Magic of Sahara logo, young Saharan man, Saharan woman, camel train, A, K, Q, J, 10, and 9) require three, four, or five winning combinations.
Magic of Sahara Game Characteristics
Magic of Sahara is set on ruffled Saharan sand dunes, overlooking a tree-lined desert town. Its translucent 5X3 grid is embedded on a colorful brown weaving loom that is divided up by strings of beads. Its nine left-to-right paylines are fixed. There are twelve symbols, 31 total bets, stacked “Magic of Sahara” logos, collectible amulets, a win multiplier, free games, extra free games, no side game, and pays from $0.10 to $30000.00.
Magic of Sahara has three special symbols and nine ordinary symbols. Special symbols: the substituting wild is a brown “Magic of Sahara” logo; the free games-unlocking feature is a “scatter” treasure-filled bowl; and the extra free games-offering feature is an amulet-holding and turbaned elderly Saharan man in blue.
The ordinary symbols comprise of three beaded high-paying symbols and six low-paying symbols. High-paying symbols: youthful Saharan man in blue; a beautiful Saharan woman in a raisin head scarf; and a three-camel train led by a man in a yellow-and-blue costume. Low-paying symbols: A; K; Q; J; 10; and 9.
Magic of Sahara bet sizes: $0.09 (minimum bet), $0.18, $0.27, $0.36, $0.45, $0.54, $0.72, $0.90, $1.35, $1.80, $2.25, $2.70, $3.60, $4.50, $5.40, $6.75, $7.20, $9.00, $11.25, $13.50, $18.00, $22.50, $27.00, $36.00, $45.00, $54.00, $72.00, $90.00, $135.00, $180.00, and $225.00 (maximum bet).
The $225.00 bet offers these Magic of Sahara payouts. Two, three, four, or five treasure-filled bowls pay $225.00, $675.00, $5625.00, and $22500.00. Three, four, and five winning combinations: Magic of Sahara logo pays $1500.00, $10000.00, and $30000.00; youthful Saharan man pays $1250.00, $4000.00, and $12500.00; Saharan woman pays $1000.00, $3000.00, and $10000.00; camel train pays $750.00, $2000.00, and $6250.00; A, or K pays $375.00, $750.00, and $2000.00; Q, or J pays $300.00, $625.00, and $1500.00; and 10, or 9 pays $250.00, $500.00, and $1000.00.
Both the collected amulets and/or three, or four, or five “scatter” treasure-filled bowls (right-to-left, or vice versa) offer +5 dynamic free games whose winning combinations attract X2 win multiplier.
For instance, when 13 collected amulets coincide with 3+ treasure-filled bowls, players are offered 13+5 free games. Moreover, 25 collected amulets offer 25 free games. Magic of Sahara’s non-progressive jackpot is $500000.00.
The good Magic of Sahara software features include quick spin, vibration, and a slider with 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, and 100 autospins. Sounds: Arabic instrumental music and jingling. The animated 3D graphics include glistening, glitter effect, sunbeams, and the Maghrebi Arab flinging the amulet to the counter along the top.
Luck in Magic of Sahara
A game of chance, Magic of Sahara’s RTP rate is 95.29% and the house edge is 4.71%.