But there are certainly other symbols worth knowing about.
The Sky Queen is the Wild, appears on any of the centre reels during the base game and occasionally makes an appearance as a Stacked Wild; more squares covered by the Wild mean more opportunities to secure some Aztec riches.
During the free spins, she can also appear stacked and as an added bonus, can appear on any reel, not just the middle ones.
Speaking of free spins, they’re activated by getting three or more Scatters, represented here by the pyramid. Interestingly, you always get eight spins (irrespective of how many Scatters there were) and this is always a good way to bank some cash before returning home from your Aztec adventure.
Time to mention the moon symbols. Get six or more of them and it’s time to chance your arm on the Fire Blaze bonus round. The five reels are split into fifteen and three re-spins are coming our way, the objective being to get as many Scatters as you can during them.
Every new one becomes Sticky and leads to those re-spins being re-triggered. If they just keep on accumulating, you may come pretty close to landing the top Jackpot which pays out 200x your bet; you’d need all 15 squares to be covered by Moon symbols.
That of course is easier than done but when you run out of re-spins, all Scatters are added up and that’s what you’re paid out. It’s also during this round that on of the four Jackpots- Grand, Major, Mini or Minor- can be awarded.