The Aztec Magic slots game can be found at casinos using BGaming software. BGaming is one of the newer software developers in the online gaming market. Unlike many of the smaller casino software providers BGaming offer a relatively complete suite of casino games featuring most of the major table games (other than Craps which isn't particularly popular online) and even a Video Poker game. The company is operated by the same team responsible for the SoftSwiss casino platform and Direx N.V. license. BGaming sometimes publish the slots house edge information of their games as standard. Whilst that information was not available on their website we do know that the house edge for Book of Aztec Magic is 3%.
Aztec Magic is a 5 reel slots game that is 3 symbols high. The game uses standard paylines, with 15 in total, playing from left to right.
Wild – The Wild symbol is the “Male”, which will substitute for all symbols other than Scatters and Bonus symbols. Wild symbols are also the game’s most valuable symbol, with 5 Wilds as part of a winning payline earning you 5000 coins.
Scatters/Free Spins – The “Female” symbol is the game’s Free Spins symbol, with 3 or more of them anywhere on the reels in a single spin earning you 10 Free Spins.
Gold Symbol – The game’s most valuable symbol, that is not a Wild or a Scatter, is the “Gold” symbol, which will pay out in combinations of 3 or more as part of a winning payline. If you can reveal 5 as part of a winning payline you will earn 500 coins.
Gamble – Any time you win you have the chance to try to double up your earnings. When you do this you have to guess the colour of card that is sitting face down. Guess correctly and you will double your earnings, guess incorrectly and you will lose everything. You can gamble as many times as you want to, but as soon as you lose you have to return to the main game.
Aztec Magic is, as the title would suggest a take on the long lost Mexican civilisation. The game’s background throws you on top of a Mexican hilltop, overlooking the huge pyramids that the Aztecs built. There aren’t too many symbols to add much colour to the reels, with a male and a female Aztec plus a few Aztec symbols being all you get other than the standard yellow letters. Whilst the background looks good, the rest of the game fails to capture the imagination and the scope that a theme like this has to offer. As for features, you get wilds and free spins but nothing else. There’s not even anything within the free spins to add some variety to that part of the game. The house edge does offer some good news, as 3% is offering excellent value for money and helps to rescue this game.
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