Secrets of the Amazon Slot Review

Secrets of the Amazon is a 5 reel, 20 payline video slot powered by Playtech. It’s set in the jungle of the Amazon and is based on ancient civilisations where animals live in this tropical habitat. Playable from 20p to £500 a spin, it comes with a huge 50,000 times your line bet if you get 5 wilds on an active payline.

The wild symbol is the attractive woman – when 2 or more wilds appear on an active payline, you will receive 10 times your line bet as well as anything you win from the other symbols. When the wild is part of a winning combination, it doubles the payout!

The scatter symbol triggers the Moonlight Free Games feature – that’s if you get 3 or more on any position on the reels. You then are taken to a screen the displays 3 moonflowers – pick any of them to reveal how many free spins you will receive.

3 scatters to trigger the feature will give you 5 times your line stake as well as between 5 and 15 free spins. 4 scatters will give you 10 times your line stake as well as between 8-18 free spins whilst 5 scatters will give you 2,000 times your line stake as well as between 10 and 20 free spins.

You will begin the feature with a 1x multiplier – for every single free spin, the multiplier progressively increases by 1. For example, the second free spin will be subject to a 2x multiplier. So if you were to have 20 free spins, the last free spin (20th) would be subject to a massive 20x multiplier.

What makes this feature more appealing is that you can trigger more free spins when you get 3 or more scatter symbols during the feature. There’s up to 50 free spins available which means the multiplier can reach a mammoth 50x! I’ve managed to get 30 free spins before which resulted in a 340 times stake win overall.

I found Secrets of the Amazon to be a high variance slot – I haven’t had huge wins there just yet but the appeal of that huge multiplier in the feature will keep me coming back (it’s like IGT’s Cleopatra II which works in the same way). I’ve mostly won about 10-15 times my stake in the feature so it’s temperamental to say the least. If you like volatile slots, I suggest you play White King (which is also powered by Playtech).