Maori is one of the most beautiful slots to be devised by Endorphina. Based on the tribal peoples of New Zealand, this slot has chosen a theme that no other developers have done before. We’ve seen Native American themed slots, Aztec and South American themed slots, but not Maoris. Maori is played over just 9 paylines, but this 5-reel still gives you plenty of opportunities to pocket the big wins. Maori’s coin values range from 0.01 up to 1.00, and you can bet as many as 10 coins per line. With that in mind, you can expect to find minimum and maximum bets of 0.01 per line per spin, up to 90.00 per spin on this slot. The game also contains a top prize which is worth 90,000 coins in all.
Maori contains two special symbols and a bonus round. The wild symbol appears in the shape of a family of Maori nomads. Wilds can substitute for all other icons in this slot, although they cannot replace scatters and sun symbols. Wild symbols which appear in winning combinations will double the value of those combinations.
Scatter icons appear as tribal logos, and these can offer a free spins bonus round when 3 or more of them appear anywhere on the reels during a single spin. A few scattered cash prizes can also be picked up with these symbols.
The free spins bonus round is bizarre, and challenging, so you’re going to want to pay attention to that.
Maori’s free spins bonus feature contains a few additional symbols, namely three different coloured sun symbols. Players will start the bonus round with no set number of spins. They can spin the reels indefinitely to kick off with. After landing a green sun, a blue sun will be added to the bonus’ counter. Any random number of blue suns could end the bonus. Landing a red sun will remove one blue sun from the counter. Once a triggering blue sun appears, the bonus ends. All winnings in the free spins bonus round will be doubled, giving you ample chances to bag decent wins whilst spinning the reels of the Maori slot.
Aside from being totally beautiful, Maori is also one of the most unique slot games out there, and certainly worth a look by anybody who wants to play something different, exciting, and as cheap as chips.
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