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Aztec Falls Online Slot

I was mystified by an ancient civilization in Aztec Falls Online Slot by Microgaming and Northern Lights Gaming. This medium volatility, 5x3 reel, 20 payline title adopts a chunky cartoon style and plays out in a majestic temple where sacred masks appear as symbols on the stone and gold carved reels. Pachinko balls rained from above to bring me handsome rewards and the game’s bonus features include free spins and wilds. This title is playable across all platforms.

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Game Features

  • The lower-value symbols are J to A card royals.
  • J pays 1x your stake for 5 on a payline.
  • Q pays 1.5x your stake for 5 on a payline.
  • K pays 2x your stake for 5 on a payline.
  • A pays 2.5x your stake for 5 on a payline.
  • The higher value symbols are ceremonial masks with glowing eyes and the game logo.
  • The green-eyed mask pays 3x your stake for 5 on a payline.
  • The red-eyed mask pays 5x your stake for 5 on a payline.
  • The purple-eyed mask pays 8x your stake for 5 on a payline.
  • The wild symbol is the word WILD in bright yellow that substitutes for all regular symbols and pays 10x your stake for 5 on a payline.
  • The scatter is a golden pyramid that activates free spins.
  • A golden sun coin is a special symbol that triggers a bonus feature.

Bonus Features

This is a modifier-rich title with plenty of features to keep the gameplay exciting.

Coin Drop

When the special coin symbol appeared on reel 5, it triggered the appearance of a Pachinko-style board where the coin, descended through the arrangement of pegs, leaving a trail of highlighted positions in its wake to finally settle in one of 5 bonus slots that awarded me a random feature.

The possibilities were having all the symbols on the highlighted coin trail transform into wilds, the Jackpot Wheel bonus game, a respin with stacked symbols, a win multiplier of 2x, 3x, 4x, or 5x, or a blank that gave me nothing.

Jackpot Wheel

I was lucky enough to trigger the jackpot wheel that offered one of 4 guaranteed fixed jackpot prizes.  The Mini, Minor, Super and Mega jackpots were worth 30x, 200x, 1000x and 5000x my stake, respectively. Once I claimed one of these prizes, I had the opportunity to gamble my winnings on another wheel where I could either receive the next highest jackpot tier or lose my existing jackpot and receive a compensatory mystery prize.

Cash Fall

This feature activated randomly while I was playing the base game. The Pachinko boards screen would appear and a multitude of coins dropped down into the waiting cash slots below that awarded me amounts worth up to 10x my stake per coin.

Free Spins

Landing 3 scatters on the odd-numbered reels set off the bonus round where I received 5 free spins. Stacked totem wilds that filled entire reels appeared while the feature was active and remained in place for its duration.


Aztec Falls slot brings something fresh, new, and rewarding to the table. While this isn’t the first slot to employ Pachinko-style features, Northern Lights Gaming has demonstrably gone to great pains to ensure that they are presented as uniquely and engagingly as possible. It’s quite impossible to describe the thrill of seeing coins bounding towards the bottom of the screen to reveal rewards that could change the course of the game and inch me closer to the slot’s top prize of $200 000.

This feels like e thoughtfully constructed title and I could feel the developer’s intent to ensure that every moment of gameplay had the potential to send me on a lucrative winning streak. The slot doesn’t look bad either, although the mix of chunky cartoon icons with decidedly more serious stony artefacts threw me off a little.

Author Lisa Michaels

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Lisa started off as a croupier at her local casino. However she found her niche in writing and has subsequently used her real-world gambling experiences to help produce and review the many online slots that are released monthly. Lisa also contributes to keeping you up to date with Canadian newsworthy stories.

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