NetEnt Launches New Slot 'Lost Relics'

Internet casino game developer NetEnt has announced the launch of their newest video slot 'Lost Relics', which allows players to hunt for treasures to line their pockets.

The game is a 5 reel, 20 payline video slot that takes place in a an ancient temple, where you collect treasures and look to pad your bank account in the process. The game has a gritty look and feel to it, and you'll feel like Indiana Jones as you spin the reels. Features include wilds, scatters, free spins, and a Hidden Chest Feature that boosts that free spin mode.

Speaking about the game's release NetEnt Chief Product Officer Henrik Fagerlund said, "Lost Relics™ will provide a high level of entertainment for players by offering several bonus features, and if you're interested in treasure hunting and big-win opportunities, then this is the game for you."

A video preview of the game has been released and can be seen below:

Lost Relics is available for play now via desktop and mobile platforms at casinos offering the Swedish developer's library.

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28 May 2018 - 4:34pm

It looks to be a fine new release from Netent, the theme is just great, the slot looking nice and the bonus features looks to be interestingly shaped so it seems to me that this is necessary- play game if I could say so.

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28 May 2018 - 7:35pm

I tried this game yesterday and frankly I wasn't too impressed. The theme and design is really cool as always, however, from 60 free spins I managed to win only 4 eur. Many times the spins are completely dead..


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29 May 2018 - 11:04pm

I haven't played this game yet. From the video clip, the game looks great.
But, 4 x 5 reels has only 20 paylines ? It seems both way in the feature, but the paylines are too small.
And the line wins must be small as like other new NetEnt slots.