Search for win multipliers, bonus prizes and more in Gonzo's Treasure Hunt!
The aim of the game is to find as many of your chosen stones as possible before the number of picks run out!
At the beginning of the game, pick which coloured stone you want to hunt for.
There are six different coloured stones available, each with a different payout.
Payouts can be 1x, 2x, 4x, 20x or 65x.
The higher the value of the stone, the harder they are to find.
Number of Picks
Up to 20 picks can be bought in each round.
Each pick bought allows you to select one stone from the wall.
Total Bet Value
The value of the total bet is determined by multiplying the number of picks by the sum of all bets placed on stones.
At the end of the betting time, the values of all the stones will be hidden and shuffled around.
Once the countdown begins, you can select as many stones on the wall as possible before your picks run out.
A handprint will be used to signal which stones you have selected - you can drag a handprint to a new stone if you change your mind.
If you still have picks remaining at the end of the countdown, stones will be randomly chosen for you.
Prize Drop Feature
Prize Drop Bonus prizes may appear during the game.
If there is a gap in the row below the Prize Drop Bonus prize, it will drop down to a random stone.
The value of the stone will then increase as a result.
More Bonus Prizes, Multiplier and Re-drop symbols can appear in the top row if a Prize Drop is successful, up to a maximum of seven per round.
Up to £20,000 can be won from an individual stone in the Prize Drop feature.
At the end of the game, all stone values will be revealed.
You win if you chose a stone that you placed a wager on - each time this happens, the wager placed on the stone will be added to your total winnings.
Any bonus values won are added to the standard payout and the sum used to multiply the winning bet.
Gonzo's Treasure Hunt RTP
Return To Player: 96.56%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers, we will, on average, pay out £96.56 of wins.