Aztec Power

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How to play Aztec Power

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Game Description:

Aztec Power may not be the biggest name slot ever to come from the Quasar Gaming development department, but one thing that you can be sure of is a memorable experience once you’ve played it for the first time, with some of the most colourful and highly detailed icons ever seen adorning the reels. It is one of the most recent releases in the company’s online range, meaning that there are a huge number of modern features and bonuses to enjoy, alongside some slightly more traditional parts of the action that you’re sure to be accustomed to. The fact that the game is so new means that there is every chance that you may not have played it quite as extensively as some of the older games, making it even more important that players know exactly how to enjoy all of the action. We’re on hand with everything that you need to know in order to do just that, and you can find out all about the betting options, bonuses and more in the full feature below.

Game Start:

As one of the newer slots that Quasar Gaming has brought to an online audience, you can justifiably expect a slightly more modern selection of win lines than the older games and the developer has willingly obliged by upping the number to 25. This means an excellent number of winning combinations on each spin, but also ensures that experienced players will have to take the increased number of lines into account when deciding on their strategy. One part of the game that remains untouched is the fact that the number of credits that players place on each line is fully adjustable using the conventional plus and minus buttons, but it just has to be remembered that this amount is then multiplied by 25 to make for the overall stake. When you’ve settled on the stake that makes the most sense for your bankroll and prize ambitions, the next step is of course to spin the reels. You can go for manual spins or auto play, with the goal remaining the same as players look to spin in three or more of the great looking symbols on one or more of the win lines. The Aztec chief, pyramid and headdress are among the highest value symbols and are backed up as always by a variety of playing card icons. One symbol to keep a special eye out for is the locket, which acts as the wild card and can represent any symbol except for the idol pendant scatter.


The idol pendant scatter icon pays out a decent prize no matter where it lands on the reels and your chosen combination of win lines have absolutely no effect. The same applies when it comes to the main bonus round on Aztec Power, as three or more anywhere in view on a single spin will launch the free spins game. This bonus comes with an added twist as the first win line becomes the Power Line. Every time a win lands on this line, the multiplier increases and continues to apply to all consecutive wins until a win does not appear, at which point the multiplier returns to the original two times the standard prize.

Aztec Power Feature:

Finally, Aztec Power may be modern but there is always room for a gamble round and the rules remain the same as always. A winning spin offers the option and players that choose to take up that option are taken to a second screen where they may gamble their prize on the turn of a card in an effort to double or quadruple it or go even further!

Return – to – player: 95.25%.


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