Wouldn’t that be good? But are there millions of dollars to be won here? Aztec’s Millions is known for its progressive jackpot, and yes, it does regularly tip over the $1 million mark. There is never any guarantee it will, but it is the big reason why this slot game remains so popular.
We’ve reviewed it for you, so if you are thinking about playing, you should read our take on the game first.
Who came up with this idea?
The team at RTG thought it would be a great idea to spend some time with the Aztecs, and that’s what they’ve done here.
Don’t miss the demo
RTG slots traditionally have demos you can try. This means you can play as if you were trying the real game. It also means you can see if it might make it onto your list of games you prefer to play with real wagers.
An appealing Aztec theme
Other slots have gone further with the Aztec theme, but this one includes just enough to grab your attention. It also goes further with the huge progressive jackpot, of course.
Does it get any prizes for the design?
No… but it does still grab the attention. It does fall back on using the A, Q, and 10 elements for the cheaper symbols, although they look rather exotic thanks to their design. The sparkly nature of the game belies the presence of simpler designs.
The basics of the Aztec’s Millions slot game
You can see five reels with three icons on each as the game loads. You might also see an Aztec King cropping up, but only on reels two, three, and four. He is the wild icon or substitute if you prefer. There are two icons he won’t replace, but he always steps in to replace everything else.
The exceptions to the above rule are as follows – the scattered idol and the game logo. As you might guess, the logo is the key to triggering the progressive jackpot. To do that, five logos must crop up on the same paid payline.
And how many paylines are there?
The game is clearly labeled to show 25 lines.
No wriggle room with your bets
There is a reason why the progressive climbs high in this game. You may spend a while looking for the bet controls here, except there aren’t any. The game requires you to wager a quarter on each line, equating to a five-dollar total bet. You cannot change this.
How easy is it to locate the paytable?
Help and help again… find the help option at the bottom of the page and you’ll see another help option on the popup. From there, you’re in the paytable, so you can read more about what to expect.
Don’t expect a bonus feature
The game doesn’t come with one.
Free spins are always a possibility though
Aztec’s Millions has that scattered idol present, and if you find three, four, or five on the screen in one go, you’ll receive some free games. You would get 15, 20, or 25 of them, depending on how many idols appeared.
A further one, two, three, four, or five scatters during those games would bring you another one, two, five, 15, or 25 freebies as well. This would continue throughout the spins, so there is always a good chance of getting more. Everything is tripled in value here too.
What is the RTP?
The game doesn’t tell us, so we can only guess.
Does Aztec’s Millions earn a solid rating from us?
The attraction here is clearly that huge prize. Everyone knows how tough it is to unlock it, but it doesn’t stop people playing for it. You’ll need to be sure your budget could stand playing this game though, with a $5 spin bet in action. We’d rate this slot as 7/10.
Are there any million-dollar winners?
There are, but we do not know their identities. That’s probably just as well!
Play for entertainment if you wish
If your budget cannot stretch to the real version of the game, you could still play in demo mode to see what the game is like. It mirrors the format of many other games, except for the added scatters bringing the chance of more spins during the free game feature.
What about playing for real?
The game was designed for bigger bettors who have the budget to stand to play a game like this. It’s not for penny slot players, for sure.
You can play on a mobile device if you want to
Aztec’s Millions is fine to play on all devices, including iOS and Android ones.