Aztec Warrior Princess is a Play ‘n Go game that sees the famous mid-ranking developer attempt to tackle a popular slot genre. Designed to be mobile-friendly from the off, the game features many fauna symbols, including jaguars, eagles, poison dart frogs and crocodilians, amongst wooden high playing cards and skull symbols. While not as thematically Aztec as its rivals, this game still offers cheap bets and decent prizes. Aztec Warrior Princess has twenty adjustable lines over its five reels and costs between 0.01 per line per spin, up to 25.00 a spin. If you manage to land five wilds on a payline, you can walk away with the Play ‘n Go slot’s top non-progressive jackpot of 5,000x a stake. That’s not bad going considering that Aztec Warrior Princess allows you to totally control how you bet. Like most Play ‘n Go slots, the volatility level is medium to high here. Launched in 2017, Aztec Warrior Princess has an RTP of 96.69%.
As touched on, there is a wild symbol here, and it arrives in the shape of a golden icon. This wild isn’t just capable of dishing out top dollar wins. It can also sub itself out for all icons, barring scatters, extra wilds, and bonus symbols.
Skull symbols make up the bonus icons, and you only need three of those to appear anywhere on the screen to trigger a second screen bonus. Here, you can pick one from a series of skulls. Some will have gold or bronze skulls behind them, while others will be silver. This matters, as those skulls will determine the value of your cash prize. However, it is not impossible to win up to 400x, maybe even 500x your bet here.
Three or more of the titular Aztec Warrior Princess symbols will trigger a free spin round. Here, you can expect to see the scatter become an extra wild during the feature. Of course, because of this good fortune, there are no ways to land further free spins once the bonus is in play. The fifteen free spins you begin with are all you’re going to get. Moreover, because this is a medium to highly volatile game, we didn’t find that the free spin bonus paid out winning very often. At least, not as much as the click and win feature mentioned above.
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