Nacho Libre is a humorous take on the WWE wrestler Macho Libre. This Mexican wrestling themed video slot has been brought to you by iSoftBet, and has a rather stereotypical and cheeky title. The game itself is far more serious. Well, kind of. Wrestlers adorn the reels, although some of them do look rather silly. This light-hearted video slot is played over 5 reels, and there are a total of only 10 paylines upon which you can win.
Wagering is a fairly simple affair in Nacho Libre. Firstly, in the bottom right of the screen, there is a coin value button. This will allow players to adjust the value of their coins from 0.01 up to 0.30. Up to 10 of these coins can be staked per line (all lines are fixed), and that will see players facing a wagering range that stems from 0.10 per spin, up to no more than 30.00 per spin.
The bell is the wild symbol in Nacho Libre. When this icon appears, it can replace all other symbols in the game. As is usual with video slots, this is true with the exception of the scatter icon. The Nacho Libre logo is that scatter symbol. When a scatter icon appears three or more times anywhere on the reels, the player will trigger a free spins bonus round.
This video slot also contains a total jackpot of 15,000 coins. This can be won when all five of the stacked wrestler icons appear across the reels at once. Make no mistake about it, though; this is not an easy feat to achieve, by any stretch of the imagination.
So, you’ve triggered the free spins bonus. Now, what? For starters, there are two types of free spins in this bonus round. You get to pick which one you want to play with. You could choose 15 free spins where entire wild reels appear. On the other hand, you could opt to play a bonus round consisting of 15 free games, where wilds remain throughout the free spins bonus. The choice is yours. Personally, we’d always favour the wild reel option. The potential for massive wins just seems to be more frequent when you have entire reels, even if it is only one reel at a time. You may think differently, but at least that’s how we found it.
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