The god Khonsu is the wild symbol and he will substitute for all of the other symbols, except for the scatter and bonus symbol, to help and form winning combinations.
The sphinx is the scatter symbol.
When six or more moon symbols land on the reels, the Mega Fire Blaze feature is triggered. Each moon comes with a cash value or star attached. The triggering symbols are then locked in place and three respins are awarded. If a moon symbol lands during the respins, it is also locks in place and the respin counter resets to three.
Some of the moons can land with keys on them and if you collect two keys, you unlock another row of symbol positions. If you manage to collect enough keys to unlock 7, 8 or 9 rows, then you will be awarded payout multipliers. The moon prizes on the 7th, 8th and 9th rows receive x2, x5 and x10 multipliers respectively. The feature continues until you run out of respins at which point the moon values are added together to award you a prize.
Furthermore, while this bonus is going on, you can also collect stars. The stars will transform into one of four jackpot prizes. The Grand, worth 2,000 times the bet, the Major, worth 500 times the bet, the Minor worth 100 times the bet, or the Mini, worth 20 times the bet. It is possible to win multiple jackpot prizes from within the feature.
Landing three, four or five of the sphinx scatter symbols will award 6 free spins. During the free spins, any wilds or moon symbols that land on the middle three reels will expand to fill the entire reel. This makes it easier to form wins and to trigger the Mega Fire Blaze feature. Best of all, the free spins can be retriggered indefinitely.
There is a top payout of 180x for landing five wild symbols along a payline. The scarab beetle can also payout up to 180x, the eye of Ra up to 120x, the ankh up to 90x and the cat up to 75x. All of the royal symbols can payout up to 48x.