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Gorgeous graphics set the scene for a passionate romance between you and your winnings in Quasar Gaming’s Flamenco Roses video slot game. This five-reel, three-row slot game offers 10 pay lines and plenty of opportunities to win. This dancing love story is set against a dramatic background of deep, dark burgundy that you can almost feel … and it feels like velvet. The rich colors are accented in shades of orange and yellow that remind you of a beautiful sunset in the last moments before dusk. Game symbols include a beautiful senorita with a rose in her hair and her male counterpart, a dark senor in ruffled shirt and vest. They are featured in symbols that help set the stage for a flamenco dance with a traditional boat hat, guitar, golden ring and a statement necklace heavy with gold and gems (rubies, of course).
Choose the number of betting lines you want to play, between one and 10, and the amount you want to bet before beginning. Then, punch the spin button, sit back and watch the show as you enjoy the sound of dancers tapping and clapping in time with castanets as the reels spin. The wild symbol features the male dancer and it replaces all others, except for the scatter symbol, to help create winning betting lines. The scatter symbol is a golden rose that becomes animated and spins when in a winning combo (which is three or more of the same rose symbol).
Betting lines pay with three matching symbols in consecutive order from far left to right, with additional earnings for four and five of the same symbols in a row. When three scatter symbols come up on the lines, in any spot, it automatically launches a round of 11 free spins and gives you a chance to make some good money. During the free spin feature, wild symbols become sticky wilds, substituting for any symbol (except the scatters) and remaining in place throughout the rest of the free spins. Another feature of the scatters is that when two show up on the reels, any remaining reels are automatically sent into high-speed spins in search of a third matching scatter. Sometimes it finds one, sometimes it doesn’t.