Aztec Bonanza is completely based around its Tumbling Wins. This is an identical feature to the Avalanche Reels found in NetEnt’s Gonzo’s Quest.
It means that when a winning combination is formed, all symbols that were part of the win will disappear, and make room for new symbols to replace them.
If you’ve ever played Tetris, then you will have no trouble understanding Tumbling Wins.
I really like this feature, because there is no limit to how many winning combinations I can chain. While playing, I found myself chaining 4 or 5 wins quite often – all from a single spin!
The game has 9 symbols, including the Mystery symbol, unlocked from the top left corner of the reels. They are all shaped to fit in the game’s Aztec theme, and are supplemented by gorgeous graphics and animations.
The green emerald with a red background is the game’s most valuable symbol, and it can net you 370 Indian Rupees from an INR 25 bet. The rest of the symbols are represented by various suits of cards and valuable gems.
Unlike most video slots, Aztec Bonanza does not have a Scatter that triggers the bonus feature. Moreover, there no Wild symbol as well. The Mystery symbol is similar to a Wild, boosting your chances of winning every time it appears. But it is not available throughout the entire game.