This product provides players with a fairly familiar layout on the whole, offering up five reels and three rows worth of an interface. You’ll also be able to see the current jackpot amount at the top right of these reels. Everything added to the game is very thematically relevant, so you’ll be spinning your way through icons of Arabian items, such as curved swords, camels, a fez hat, a genie’s lamp, a red and white striped tent, some curly-toed shoes and, of course, an icon of an Arabian prince. You’ll also find a selection of K, Q, J, 10 and 9 symbols, which are all created in mosaic type tiles. As mentioned, they don’t have such piercing visuals as many other games from this developer, but they’re certainly not anything drab either.
As well as its familiar layout, Arabian Nights offers up a selection of pay lines. Ten in total. However, if you have a preference for gambling on fewer lines, you can customise these to suit your own needs, with any number from one upwards able to be activated. Players can usually switch around their stake per round in slot games as well, although this is not possible in this game. Instead, you have a set ‘Bet Level’ of one and a set ‘Coin Value’ of €0.50, and this therefore provides you with both your minimum and maximum bet amount. There’s also an ‘Auto’ button in the bottom left of the screen, which allows you to play up to 1000 consecutive spins.