Developer Play’n GO has launched its latest video slot, the ancient Aztec-themed Rotiki.
The brand-new casino game transports you to the 1900s, where you’re tasked with finding the burial chamber of the leader of an infamous Aztec tribe from the 1700s, where a secret fortune can be found.
Rotiki uses an 8×6 grid layout with an RTP of 94.2% and medium variance, which means you’re given an equal chance to make both big and small wins. The game also uses the Cluster Pays mechanic rather than traditional paylines.
The game requires a bet of between £0.05 and £100 per spin, and its symbols include purple, blue, red, and green tiki symbols, as well as purple orb, blue monkey, red turtles, and green lizards. There is also a slew of special feature symbols, but more on those below.
Rotiki is available at all Play’n GO-partnered mobile casinos, including PlayOJO, 44Aces, Playjango, Slots Million, Videoslots, Casumo, All British Casino, Fun Casino, and more.
The Rotiki slot comes with numerous special features, including Wild symbols that substitute for all regular symbols and can reveal a Tiki Magic power. Since the game uses the Cluster Pays mechanic, you must make clusters of matching symbols to make wins.
What’s more, a full grid of winning symbols triggers the Treasure Room, and your wins are multiplied by up to 10x. There are no traps in the Treasure Room, and you’ll need to smash wall tiles to reveal the hidden contents, with some revealed symbols adding more picks, ending the feature or upgrading your multiplier.
There’s the Filling The Grid mechanic, where the first win awards three re-spins. During the feature, winning symbols are held and re-spins provide new symbols. Filling any row will award three more re-spins.
When the re-spins end, winning Wild symbols can reveal a Tiki Magic power of either Hanumi or Whakare. If the Tiki Magic fills a row, re-spins continue. Unchecked Wild symbols are still checked later.
Hanumi can only be used when part of a cluster of two or more matching symbols. When used, connected clusters merge into one with the highest-paying cluster chosen. Meanwhile, Whakare can only be used when part of a cluster of one symbol, and it upgrades the cluster to that of a random symbol.
Charlotte Miliziano, the Head of Games at Play’n GO, said in a statement: “We’re always developing new ways to up the ante with our features and Rotiki is truly impressive.
“From the sideways cascade to the pick-and-click game, every feature has been considered for the players’ entertainment, for a title that will keep on giving for years to come.”