Aztec Power is one of those slots which you will instantly either love or hate. Graphically, this early Novomatic slot isn’t much to write home about. Its theme is somewhat admirable, though we may have seen it all too often in the casino world lately. Aztec Power offers you a rather primitive and predictable 5 reels and 25 lines to bet on. The paylines are non-adjustable, and wagers range from a rather costly minimum bet of 0.50 per spin, up to an even more costly maximum stake of 100.00 a pop. Almost everything about Aztec Power is standard, so you shouldn’t be too surprised to learn that it has a non-progressive jackpot which is worth a predictable 10,000 coins for you to win.
If you want to get your hands on that Aztec Gold - all 10,000 coins of it - you will need to look out for the jackpot paying symbol. It takes the shape of an Aztec tribal chief, and he can offer you the top prize if you line 5 such symbols anywhere on the reels. If you only land 4, or 3 of them on the reels, you will pocket wins of 2,000, or 400 coins, respectively.
There is also a wild icon in this game, and it takes the shape of a golden shield. It can substitute for all other symbols in the game, with the exception of the golden scatter icon. Wild symbols do not offer you cash prizes on their own.
You may wish to keep your eyes peeled for a gamble game. If you like that sort of thing, there is one which is available after any win in the game.
Meanwhile, if you can land 3 of the golden scatter emblem symbols on the reels, you will trigger the Power Line feature. This a basic free spins bonus round, which offers up to 20 free games. The Power Line but means that after any spin in the bonus, a multiplier increases to boost your wins. It is a rather silly name for such a feature, but at least the feature is present in the first place. The same cannot be said of many other Novomatic video slots from this time period.
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