The Aztec Princess slot machine is ready to award untold riches for those who take on this adventure taking place in the golden Aztec age. Created by Play’n GO, the slot machine looks great and also comes with rewarding features as players can benefit from the wild symbols, from the free spins mode and from the bonus game where they can get prizes of up to 1,000 times the total bet.
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Aztec Princess was launched by Play’n GO and represents a nice addition to the already impressive collection from the provider. Right from the start, the game looks great and lives up to the high standards of the developer with an incredible attention to detail. However, there are some drawbacks represented by the card symbols but they help keep the gameplay simple and not too crowded with images. The screen has some nice animations and spinning the five reels will reveal three rows of symbols where there can be up to 20 lines active. The golden coin is the wild used in this game and it will substitute for symbols needed to create winning combinations with the highest payouts. The symbol showing the powerful Aztec Princess is the scatter and it pays for two or for more symbols in any position. Similar to many scatters in other games, the Aztec Princess will also trigger up to 25 free spins when three or more show up. During this mode, the scatter becomes an additional wild and this means that the free spins cannot be re-triggered during the feature. The image of the three skulls with gems for eyes is the bonus symbol and at least three are needed to activate the bonus game. This is where the playing screen will change to show an old Aztec temple and four cracked stone skulls will roll in front for three rounds. The player must select one skull for each round and will get a prize based on the combination of the final three. There are four types of skulls and wins can go up to 1,000 times the total bet for getting three diamond ones. If we move on to the other symbols, we find that the top four ones show animals like a dragon, a leopard, an eagle and a frog before getting to the five card symbols mentioned earlier.