Aztec Temple Treasures: Demo
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Aztec Temple Treasure is a bright, colourful slot. With a temple and forest in the background, you’ll see A to 10 symbols alongside bowls of corn, a totem, a wild dog and an eagle. The big cat is the best of the standard symbols. It pays 16.66 times your stake if you land 5 across a payline. Better still is the Quetzalcoatl icon which is the wild. That can land on all 5 reels and replace all the standard symbols. It also offers awards of 26.66 times your stake if you land 5 in combination.
There’s a decent selection of extras on offer in Aztec Temple Treasures. The first 3 we’ll look at can all trigger at random on any spin. It’s possible to receive multiple random features on the same spin. Anyway, here they are:
- Path of the Gods feature - the Aztec god walks across the reels, dropping a trail of wilds as he does.
- Heaven Ascension feature - here the god ascends to the heavens, leaving vertical trails of wilds.
- Mighty God feature - the reels are expanded to double their normal size. Instead of 3 rows you’ll see 6 rows. The paylines increase from 30 to 60.
Aztec Temple Treasure also comes with a triggered Free Spins feature - land 3, 4 or 5 of the scatter on the same spin and you’ll receive 10, 15 or 20 free spins as well as a payout of 1, 2 or 5 times your total stake. You can expect to see the randomly triggered Path of God, Heaven Ascension and Mighty God extras more regularly in the Free Spins feature too. You could also see 2 extra free spins randomly added to your tally.
We enjoyed Aztec Temple Treasure. The design isn’t the most sophisticated you’ll see but it’s good enough. The range of extras impresses too, offering a nice variety. Variance wise, it’s in the middle – the potential 60 paylines from the Mighty God feature can lead to overall wins of 1,600 times your stake on each spin or free spin.
If you want a taste of the exotic but have had enough of Egypt and China, then Aztec Temple Treasure is a decent enough substitute. If you’re looking for more Aztec adventure, Rich Wilde and the Tome of Madness from Play ‘N Go would be my choice.