Amazons Battle (EGT)
Amazons’ Battle is a slot machine that brings us a legendary, and mythological concept. It’s a slot with several features that promise to deliver a great experience, in addition to top payout. I had fun playing this slot and here is my unbiased review:
Even as you search for your favourite Amazonian Warrior on this slot, you will do so on a set-up of 5x3 reels, and as many as 30 paylines. The features here include Wilds, Expanding Symbols, Jackpot feature, Free Spins, Scatter symbols, and a Gamble feature.
Betting and Prizes
Spinning the reels will require between $1 and $600 per single round. Amazons’ Battle has the potential to deliver as much as $20, 000 in wins, and its volatility is low to medium.
Amazons’ Battle Features
The Wild Horse is one of the features that will assist you with boosting your wins. Additionally, you can use the Wild to replace other regular features, but not the scatter.
The double-edged axe is the feature that represents the Stacked Scatter. It’s very beneficial if you are looking for free spins, and with between 7 and 9 scatters in view, the slot will trigger the free spins. 7 Axes (7 free spins), 8 axes (15 free spins), and 9 axes (30 free spins).
Another wonderful feature on this game is the Turn-Of-A-Card Gamble Feature that works as an all-or-nothing gamble. By this I mean, it’s a feature that requires you to make a correct guess on the colour of the face-down cards. If you are correct, your winnings will be doubled, while a wrong guess will see you lose your winnings.
Take a glance at another great feature on Amazons’ Battle, and this is the 4 Jackpot Meters located at the top area of the reels. Each of these Jackpot matches a playing card suit, and you will need to reveal three similar cards, to be awarded the equivalent jackpot.
Theme and Design
Amazons’ Battle uses a mythology theme, and among the features on it are an Axe, Tigers, Amazons, Horse, Greece, and a Jungle. The graphics that EGT has used are nothing to write home about.
The slot is quite interesting, and it also has great potential. However, I find the general design to be a little archaic which kills the morale to continue playing.