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The Masques of San Marco slot game is made by IGT – the company behind WagerWorks casinos. IGT publish the house edge of their slots games with the paytable, however if the game has a range of possible settings, this figure is usually only given only as a range. Check with the casino you are playing at to find out if they give the exact value or range of possible values. The house edge of Masques of San Marco is between 4.71% and 6.59%. Unless you are playing at a casino that explicitly states the house edge they are using it would be wise to assume you are playing against a 6.59% edge.
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This game is a 5 reel game, with 40 paylines and you can only bet one coin on each payline.
The ‘Wild’ symbol is wild.
There are three bonus features when playing Masques of San Marco. The first is active on every spin and comprises of two sets of reels stacked on top of each other. Symbols always fall down the way, so symbols from the top set of reels can fall into the bottom set of reels if symbols beneath them are removed.
The second bonus feature is also active on ever spin and is called the ‘Tumbling Reel’ feature. At the end of a spin, if you’ve hit any win, the symbols that contributed to that win will shatter allowing new symbols to drop in from the top and replace them. This process will repeat until no new wins occur. Unlike other games we’ve seen with this feature, there is no additional multiplier for each win after the first using the Tumbling Reels feature.
The third bonus feature is activated when three of the ‘Bonus Mask’ symbol turn up on reels 1, 2 and 3. When this happens you will be awarded 6 complimentary spins. During the complimentary spins an additional 20 paylines that are not available in the main game become automatically active.
As with so many IGT games, Masques of San Marco is a good game, but only if you can find a casino offering it at the lower house edge setting.