|Symbols||Tropical birds, pumas, leopards, chameleons, frogs, snakes|
Playtech’s Secrets of the Amazon is arguably one of their best-looking slots of all time.
This nature-themed slot can easily give Microgaming’s Untamed series slots a run for the money, given that the latter are considered to be the benchmark for nature-themed slot machines.
This particular title focuses on Amazonian fauna, and what an array of symbols you’ve got to win with, too.
Look and feel
Secrets of the Amazon dishes out all sorts of glorious tropical birds, pumas, leopards, chameleons, frogs, snakes and even a native tribeswoman.
The slot machine’s reels are set against a deep rainforest backdrop, with the buttons appearing as flora.
The audio really sets the mood in this game, with players able to take total control of their bets in this slot.
Part of having total control over your bets means that you can adjust both the paylines and your line bets in Secrets of the Amazon.
There are 20 paylines for you to tinker with, whilst adjusting your coin values will ultimately see your wager fall somewhere between the 20p minimum bet and the £500 maximum bet in this slot.
With an RTP rate of 95.28%, Secrets of the Amazon is not the most generous slot we’ve ever come across, but it can still deliver a more than reasonable 50,000-coin non-progressive jackpot.
The tribal girl is just a pretty face. She is also a wild symbol and can substitute for all other icons in the game, save for other special symbols.
This wild can also double the value of all winning combinations in which she plays a part, whilst she can also hand out a non-progressive jackpot if 5 of her appear on a payline.
Scatters appear as moonflowers, and these symbols will trigger a free games bonus when 3 to 5 of them appear on the reels.
Players will start with between 5 and 15 spins, 8 and 18 spins, or 10 and 20 spins when 3, 4 or 5 scatters are located, respectively.
In the bonus round, every spin increases a multiplier, so you could potentially bag multipliers worth up to 50x the normal rate of pay in total.