The Priest is the Wild symbol, 5 of him paying a nice 10,000x the line bet, if you can get all five of him in one go that is. It's never an easy task. The Priest also doubles all wins with it. Thank you Priest, for not being dumb like so many others. The Amulet is the Scatter symbol, 5 of them paying 100x the total bet, and getting 3 or more of them triggers the Incan Pyramid feature, whereby you can win cash prizes, free spins, or both at the same time. Pick a block at each level of the pyramid to reveal cash prizes or free spins. Reach the top of the pyramid to win the Incan treasure, or a cash prize instead. Most of the time it'll be the cash prize of course. If you couldn't reach the top of the pyramid, or didn't get the treasure at the top, a consolation prize 2x the total bet is awarded. Pretty good, I must say. As for the symbols in the game, the Princess pays 1500x the line bet for 5 of her, whilst the rest pay from 250x to 100x the total bet amount for 5 of each kind. An average paytable I would say, but leaning more towards the low side.
The Free Spins game awards an initial 5 free spins with all wins doubled, but picking the blocks on the pyramid will award cash prizes or more free spins. From my several plays on this Inca Gold game, I have won just the initial 5 free spins, I have also won just the cash prizes, and I have also won both the free spins and the cash prizes. The maximum number of free spins that I had managed to get so far was 25 free spins. All prizes are randomly awarded.
Despite being an old game, its gameplay was actually not too bad. My credits were going up and down all the while, at times slightly ahead, at other times slightly behind, but when the game started playing and paying badly, I quit playing, but only after losing about half of my starting credits. Still, I had fun whilst it lasted.