- A plain-looking slot this time from IronDog
- Expanding and sticky wilds are available during the base game
- Free spins offer increasing multipliers for each cascade.
Aztec Wilds slot from IronDog has a severely overused theme, but the appeal of increasing multipliers each time you get a tumble is enticing and could be well rewarding. Keep reading to find out if it’s for you.
As I say, the theme here is boring and overused, and the design and graphics aren’t the best either. There are 5 reels here with 4 rows offering 1024 ways to win. To get a win, you need to land a winning combination from left to right using the base symbols. This will trigger a tumble, whereby winning symbols are removed and new ones fall in from above. The base symbols are as follows, ranked in ascending order based on their value:
- 10 or Jack (lowest value)
- Queen, King or Ace
- Green Mask
- Red Mask
- Blue Mask
- Skull Symbol
- Eye Symbol
- Square Symbol (highest value)
There’s a wild symbol as well which appears on reels 2, 3, 4 and 5. It substitutes for all of the above symbols in a winning combination, with a great chance of appearing during tumbles.
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Aztec Wilds Slot Bonuses and Features
Sticky Wilds. Sticky wilds are also available, appearing on reel 3 only. If they form part of a winning combination, they shall no disappear during subsequent tumbles. It does, however, fall down if symbols below it are removed.
Expanding Wilds. These can appear on reels 2, 3, 4 and 5, working like a normal wild but filling an entire reel.
Free Spins Bonus. This will be your main goal in the slot. In order to trigger it, you don’t need scatter symbols, instead you need 4 tumbles from consecutive wins. You have 14 free spins and no multiplier if you only get 4 tumbles, but each tumble after that will give you more free spins up to 20, and a starting multiplier up to 6x. It works in a similar way to the base game, but for each tumble your multiplier will increase by 1x, much like many Megaways slots out there. Also note that sticky wilds and expanding wilds aren’t available during free spins, unfortunately.
Aztec Wilds slot from IronDog may not be the most impressive slot visually, but when it comes to features it’s quite good. The base game has a few different wild symbols to keep things interesting, and obviously cascading symbols as well. It’s the free spins, like most slots though, that are more interesting and more rewarding. That’s mainly due to the multipliers which, if you’re lucky will start at a decent amount and increase quickly throughout the bonus by landing lots of tumbles. Sometimes, the bonus won’t give you much, but it can work well. I think it’s a pretty good slot overall. It’s not entirely original, and I don’t like the design much, but it’s probably worth a look into. You can see some of their other slots here too.