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Aztec Warrior Princess Slot Released by Play N Go


There have been a lot of online slots released with themes based on Aztec and Incan types of themes. Play N Go has released yet another title with related themes with their newest game Aztec Warrior Princess. This video slot has excellent graphics, and it shows that even a common theme can be the basis for a strong slot experience if it's handled well. It will also be available to the public starting May 10, 2017.

What Aztec Warrior Princess Offers Players

The basis of this game is that it's a 20-payline video slot with five reels and three rows of symbols. Like all Play N Go titles, betting is set up to be as flexible as possible with the ability to bet up to five coins per payline and a number of different coin values available. The minimum wager size is $0.20 with all paylines activated, so once again, they've made sure that all players can enjoy the games they produce.

Strong Payouts

At the top end of the payout in the Aztec Warrior Princess slot, you'll get chances for some pretty strong payouts. In particular, five of the wild golden shield symbol triggers a 5,000x jackpot payout. You can also earn 1,000x for five of a kind in the top non-wild symbol. The scattered Aztec Princess symbol can get you 300 times your total wager as well, which is like a 6,000x line bet win, and that is the highest payout available in the game. Three or more of this lady will get you a set of free spins as well.

Changing Up Gameplay Values

Something that has kept Play N Go so popular since they first started coming out with online slots is that they change some of the norms when it comes to gameplay without getting too far "outside of the box" to the point that it feels weird to play their titles. For example, in this game, the scattered Aztec Princess symbols become extra wilds during the free spins. This isn't a super common thing, but it makes complete sense within the context of the game, and it gives players a good amount of extra value.


Press Release, Aztec Warrior Princess, May 2, 2017

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