The return to player value for the medium-high volatile slot Stolen Treasures is 95.72%. The game only allows bets between 0.10 and 8 per spin, which is a pretty narrow range for RT these days and a clear indication of the game's comparatively high winning potential.
The hold 'n win feature of Stolen Treasures is its centrepiece, but before it starts, players can win by getting enough matching symbols to line up on successive reels starting from the right. Also, they must cross one of the 25 paylines that run across the 5-reel, 4-row playing board. Clubs, diamonds, hearts, and spades have been employed as low-paying symbols, whereas five different things that appear to be precious have been utilised as high-paying symbols. The reward values for five-of-a-kind wins range from 0.8 to 1.6 times the stake for card suits and 2 to 12 times the stake for premiums. Moreover, crown wilds are present on the reels and can replace any payout symbol.
When 3, 4, or 5 boxes activate the feature during the bonus round, 3, 4, or 5 respins are given, respectively. The reward value is revealed and the triggering boxes are locked into place. Only empty slots or treasure boxes are visible during respins. Boxes expose a value, lock into place, reset the respin count, and reveal a value when they land on an empty spot. A box that lands on a spot where there is already a box doubles the prize that is disclosed, however these boxes do not start the spin counter over. The remaining respins simply play out and any boxes that land double the associated prize if all spots are filled. The entire amount of the awards in question is given when the number of respins reaches zero.