The Secret Jewels of Azteca slots game can be found at online casinos offering Paiplay. Pariplay now publish the slots house edge information of all their games as a standard. You can find this by clicking the ‘+’ symbol at the bottom left hand corner of the game window then clicking ‘?’. Within this help file you’ll find the RTP information. As such we can say that the House Edge of Secret Jewels of Azteca is 10.00%. As the help file does not list a range of possible figures we assume that this game is not configurable and should be the same at every casino you find it at.
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Secret Jewels of Azteca is a non-standard slots game. It consists of 4 semi-circular reels with 5 paylines that run vertically through the reels. You can bet one coin on each of the paylines.
The ‘Four Quadrant’ jewel is Wild and awards the top prize if you receive 4 of them on a payline.
There are three bonus features when playing Secret Jewels of Azteca. The first bonus feature is triggered when you receive the ‘Free Spin’ jewel on any active payline. When this happens you will receive a free spin of that specific jewel with all resulting wins doubled.
The second bonus feature is activated when you have collected 4 of the ‘Moon’ jewel in the bank at the top of the reels. When this happens you will be shown a stone with 3 reels. Select one of the reels to be awarded a random multiplier. You are then awarded 5 free spins. During the free spins only one payline is active, but you can select which payline is in play.
The third bonus feature is triggered when you have collected 4 ‘Skull’ jewels in the bank at the top of the reels. When this happens you will be taken to a new screen showing the ‘Crypt of Fortune’. This is a 4x4 grid filled with 8 gold symbols and 8 blank squares. Select the gold symbols one at a time to reveal prizes behind them or bones. You are allowed a total of 5 picks.
Secret Jewels of Azteca has a unique reel layout and some interesting bonus features. But at a House Edge of 10% this game is bordering on extortion. There’s no two ways about it, this game is charging twice what most other games on the market charge. In fact it’s 3x as expensive as many other far better games. Avoid! Avoid! Avoid!