Aztec Gold Megaways slot review
Aztec Gold Megaways slot by iSoftBet is their first dip into the Megaways pool with the Big Time Gaming licenses mechanic. The overall appearance won't be a surprise with the reels set in an abandoned temple in the jungle and tribal pan pipes music as we spin, with rocky crashes on the block cascades. The quality of first-time Megaways slots varies greatly with Kalamba Games' Machina being terrible, Fantasma's Flower Fortunes is weird and wonderful and Red Tiger's Mystery Reels being very good. So can these Aztecs add mega-gold to our bankroll?
On The Reels...
The usual reel set-up is present here on Aztec Gold Megaways slot with random rows of 2-7 symbols on each of the 6 columns giving 64-117,649 ways per play, which costs 20 coins. Your pays for 6-of-a-kinds are Gold Idol 50x, Jaguar 10x, Snake or Eagle 2.5x and six card values paying 1.75x down to 0.8x for a full way.
Wild tiles can appear on the centre 4 reels and winning tiles are replaced by more cascading down from above. Your random modifier here is that the game can randomly add Sun Disc scatters to the spinning reels to increase the chance of triggering the bonus, which we will find out about next
The final symbol is a Sun Disc which will display a stake multiplier of 1x to 20x or Mini, Major and Mega which are fixed jackpots visible above the grid. These are 30x, 100x and 1,000x bet respectively. You need 5 or more in view to trigger the respin bonus and as said above, the modifier described might help you. When triggered, you will get those Sun Discs held on the grid and 3 respins. Each time a Sun Disc lands, the respins reset to 3 and so-on until you run out. When you do, all prizes collected will be paid and if you fill any reel up, you will get the prizes collected on it multiplied by the amount shown above the reel too. Some good potential here and it can go on quite a while!
Aztec Gold Megaways slot is something different although the bonus respin format is a very common feature nowadays. The animations, sounds and graphics are above average so the game is not tiresome after a while. You get more mid-range 10-40x wins than you may be used to on other Megaways games so you'll get a decent turnover for your money. The bonus isn't too hard to trigger but the potential is a bit less, as is the average yield compared to say Bonanza. There is a fine 96% RTP and less brutal volatility than you could have come to expect from similar games. I say go see these Aztecs and see if they'll part with a bit of gold for you too...Review by Gamingslots