Aztec Wilds: Demo
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Aztec Wilds Theme/Symbols
The design in the Aztec Wilds slot is rather simple. The reels are set within the walls of a ruined Aztec temple. Symbols appear on stone blocks. You’ll see A to 10 symbols, 3 colourful totem masks and 3 gold motifs. The best is the square shape which pays 8 times your stake if you land 5 on adjoining reels.
Tumbling Reels mechanic
Land a winning combination and the successful symbols are removed and new ones drop in from above and replace them. Using a Tumbling Reels mechanic, the tumbles continue as long as a new winning combination is created.
The standard gold wild can land on reels 2, 3, 4 and 5 only. There’s also a sticky wild that can land on reel 3 only. This doesn’t disappear after a winning tumble. There’s also an expanding wild that can hit anywhere apart from reel 1. This fills the whole reel when it appears. You can land multiple combinations of wilds on the same spin.
Free Spins feature
Landing 4 or more tumbling reel wins in succession brings the Free Spins feature into play – here’s what you’ll get:
- 4 successive tumbles: 14 free spins with a 1x multiplier
- 5 successive tumbles: 16 free spins with a 1x multiplier
- 6 successive tumbles: 16 free spins with a 3x multiplier
- 7 successive tumbles: 20 free spins with a 3x multiplier
- 8 successive tumbles: 20 free spins with a 5x multiplier
Expanding multipliers are in play during the Free Spins feature - each tumble increases the multiplier by 1. As a result, there’s no sticky or expanding wild during the Free Spins feature.
Classic Tumbling Reels slot
Aztec Wilds is just what we’ve come to expect from a tumbling reels slot. The design isn’t as sophisticated as you’ll find in some similar slots but it’s all clear enough. The gameplay is pretty standard. The wild extras and expanding multipliers can make a big difference in the Free Spins feature where you can win up to 6,000 times your stake on every free spin.
If you like tumbling reels slots, then Aztec Wilds is certainly worth considering. Alternatively, NetEnt’s Gonzo’s Quest slot was the game that started it all off.