Swintt is back in action with another new title set in the warm climes of southern Spain in El Andaluz.
El Andaluz is a 5×3, 10-payline video slot that incorporates a maximum win potential of up to x1,200 the bet.
95.03 per cent
Unique symbols featured in the title include roses, hand fans and castanets, but the real money-maker is the handsome vaquero, who acts as a substitute wild. Filling in for any regular base game icon, this special character can help increase the slot’s payout frequency by completing winning lines.
Also of great importance is the black stallion scatter symbol, which is used to trigger the game’s main bonus feature.
The title includes features such as a free spins mode, sticky locked wilds and a risk gamble option.
The game’s main bonus feature is activated whenever three or more scatters appear anywhere in view during a single round. Here, players will be treated to 12 free spins which take place on an even more lucrative set of reels.
When the feature is active, the importance of the vaquero symbol becomes even more significant, as it will now act as a sticky wild and lock in place for the remainder of the free spins.
Finally, any regular payline wins that are collected during the base game can also be increased via the slot’s gamble feature. Should players decide to risk their winnings using this optional extra, they’ll have the chance to double or quadruple their prize by guessing the colour or suit of a hidden playing card; and subsequent gambles can be made until the maximum payout is hit.
WHAT THEY SAY
“Having recently re-released Golden Reindeer and debuted our new Santa vs Aliens slot, we thought it was important to offer players a change of scene this Christmas in El Andaluz,” remarked David Mann, chief commercial officer at Swintt.
“Boasting big wins and popular features like Free Spins and sticky wilds, we’re sure players will welcome the opportunity to banish their winter blues by galloping through the hills of southern Spain in the latest slot adventure to come from our hit studio.”
To play a demo version of El Andaluz, click here.