Amongst all of BetSoft 3D games, this Aztec Treasures slot is definitely the funniest! And that Tribal Chief that goes by the name of 'Rook' certainly is having a time of his life! Why? Hmm, do you really need to ask? What? You haven't played the game yet? Oh gees, no wonder. Okay, imagine having 2 beautiful ladies in your tribe, like the ones in the screenshot above, and these 2 ladies would do whatever you want with just some flowers for a present to them, for a fantastic 'Love Hut' experience! And that damn lucky Rook Chief gets it all the time too! Hahaha. If that's not funny to you, I don't know what is! Hehehe.
Needless to say, this game has superb graphics and animations, as you would find from any other BetSoft 3D games too. It plays with 30 paylines, with selectable lines to play, which I always like, and may be set at a minimum starting bet of 0.60 per spin, depending on the casino. This bit I don't like, preferring it to play with just 0.30 per spin. This Aztec Treasures game doesn't have a Wild symbol, argh, but offers several bonus games to make up for its omission. The Hut is the Scatter symbol, it doesn't pay anything for itself, and getting 3 or more of them on any active payline left to right triggers the 'Love Hut' Bonus game. If you don't laugh at this bonus game, hmm, then there's probably something loose somewhere! Hehehe. Pick one of the 3 items to present to the 2 ladies, don't worry, they'll accept anything, and they'll give you a 'hut' experience you'll never forget! Hahaha.
The Gecko (lizard) is also the Scatter symbol. Getting 3 or more of them anywhere on any active payline pays some credits and awards some free spins. Why some? Because the number of free spins is probably random. At times I only get 3 free spins with 3 Geckos, at other times I get 6 free spins with 3 Geckos, so I cannot be certain of the number of free spins. The paytable doesn't indicate it either. Sheesh! Then there are 3 Coloured Gems, in red, blue and yellow, appearing only on reel 5, and collecting all 3 of them, one at a time, triggers the 'Secret Room' Bonus game. Pick a door to place each gem and win prizes. No big prizes here I'm afraid. Another Bonus symbol is the coin-shaped Calendar, 3 or more of which triggers a 'Pick Me' feature, to win up to 20,000 credits! That's only attainable at maximum bet, if you don't already know.
Wait, that's not all of it yet! In the base game only, a Spear may randomly appear on any reel, and the mighty Chief would pulled it out from the ground and throws it onto any reel, turning that hit symbol into a Wild symbol. Mighty or not, but the Chief always has a hard time pulling off that spear! Hahaha. Another feature that can only happen in the base game, is the 2 ladies + Chief combined symbols on reels 2, 3 and 4, triggering the 'Kiss Me' Wild Reel feature. The 2 ladies kiss the Chief, the Chief goes wild, and turns into a Wild Reel on reel 3, paying for whatever wins there are in that spin. 1 Respin is then awarded, for more wins. This feature can pay wins of 30x the staked amount or more. As for the other symbols in the game, the Chief pays 300x, the ladies each pay 200x, the Leopard pays 150x, and the rest pay from 90x to 45x, all per line bet for getting 5 of each kind. An extremely low paytable!
BetSoft designers may have assumed that the extremely low paytable could be offset with many feature games, thereby providing many opportunities for small wins. Nope, this does not work for me. All that no Wild symbols, small payouts from the Scatter symbols, Bonus symbols that don't pay anything, and the damn low values for the other symbols, all sucks real badly! Any player would be damn lucky if they can win anything above 100x the total bet. After many plays on this game, my best win remains under 50x my bet amount, and that is very disappointing indeed, although this Aztec Treasures game is fun and entertaining to play! But then again, I'm always more concerned with what it can pay! Hehehe.