Exhausted from traveling the world in search of hidden gold, Kane desperately needs a relaxing vacation. What better place to find inner peace than up in the high Nepalese mountains? Yet faith strikes once again as he finds the ancient rumors of temple gold to be true.
There’s no time to rest when there’s temple gold!
Katmandu Gold is the fifth slot in the ELK Gold Series and the first slot with the ELK Buy Bonus feature! It comes with a Multiplier Free Drops bonus game, Big Symbols, and two unique features the Ice Climber and Expanding Win. Avalanches allow the rows to expand all the way up to 9 rows and 531 441 ways to win!
3 or more bonus symbols trigger the Multiplier Free Drops bonus game, played with a persistent multiplier. In the bonus game, every additional bonus symbol increases the current multiplier for the remaining drops.
Through the new Buy Bonus feature, it’s possible to go straight into Multiplier Free Drops, awarding a minimum of 10 up to 25 free drops! Choose between the standard bonus or a super bonus starting with an x10 multiplier which can only increase.
A minimum of 3 bonus symbols triggers the Multiplier Free Drops bonus game, played with a persistent multiplier. In the bonus game, every bonus symbol increases the multiplier for the remaining drops. The bonus game can be retriggered.
Katmandu Gold introduces the option to buy the bonus game feature. Either the standard bonus or a super bonus starting with an x10 multiplier.
The Ice Climber feature replaces itself and all other symbols above with high-value symbols and wilds. Empty spaces underneath a big Ice Climber symbol fills the gaps with wilds.
When part of a win, the Expanding Win symbol will expand in the direction of the arrows. The expansion replaces all symbols in its path except wilds, Ice Climber symbols, and bonus symbols.
All low, mid, and high-value symbols and wilds come in big sizes, and fill all empty spaces underneath with that same symbol. Big Symbols range from the big 2×2 all the way up to the epic 4×4.
Freak Street is the most famous street in Kathmandu. It was the final destination of the hippie trail back in the 60s and 70s.