Aztec Adventure is a 3-D video slot from BF Games. It offers a new take on the one armed bandit with a high number of paylines and features.
Pros and Cons
- 27 paylines across 3 reels equates to a large number of ways to win
- The maximum payout is quite high for a low volatility game
- The gamble feature allows for wins to be increased
- There are not a huge amount of features on offer
Gameplay, Playability and Volatility
Aztec Adventure offers a slightly different slant on video slots to players. With just 3 reels it does resemble a one armed bandit in the way that it players, however with 27 paylines it really ramps up the ways to win and has far more features than a traditional 3 reel slot. There is also a gamble feature available where you can wager your winnings on a 50/50 chance to double them.
Whenever you manage to land 3 or more scatters on the reels you will instantly trigger the free spins mode. The free spins mode awards 15 free spins to players, although it does not offer any additional features within this mode.
Whenever you manage to land a full board of identical round symbols you will instantly have your win multiplied by 3. This means that if you manage to fill the board with 9 identical symbols then you have a big win coming your way.
The volatility for Aztec Adventure is low. This means that the wins come along at a fast pace, but they don’t tend to offer large wins very often.
RTP, Wagers and payouts
The RTP for Aztec Adventure is 96.22% which is pretty standard for the market.
The maximum wager of $50 gives players with a high bankroll the ability to play for an extended period of time, however they may not want to as the volatility is low. The minimum wager of $0.10 means that players on lower bankrolls can easily access the game and play for extended periods. The maximum win of up to 1,000 coins means that players can potentially walk away with a jackpot of $50,000.
Aztec Adventure: Overall
Aztec Adventure is a game that looks stunning. The 3-D design and well drawn visuals mean that it almost pops out of the screen. However, it doesn’t back this up with quality gameplay. While the gameplay isn’t bad, it doesn’t live up to the promise the visuals show. The small number of reels mean that there is a lack of variety to spins, the small number of features also means that long term engagement is rare with Aztec Adventure. With more added features it would be one of the better games on the market. 2.5/5