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Inca Empire

Aruze Gaming

Inca Empire

This five-reel, 25-line video slot is part of Aruze’s G Series, which includes basic slot games with relatively simple free-spin bonus events. The theme recalls the famed 13th century Inca Empire in the Americas with intricate artwork and high-resolution graphics.

When three or more adjacent feature symbols appear beginning with the leftmost reel, it triggers Inca Free Games. The player is awarded eight free games, with five symbols—the mountain, the rajah, the queen, the jar and the sun dial—changing to wild symbols for the free-spin session. This is in addition to the gold mask wild symbol, which is active through both base and bonus games.

The free-spin session is retriggered with an additional eight free games when the three or more feature symbols land during a free spin.

From there, the game is all volatility, with the five wild symbols resulting in very high credit awards during the free-spin rounds, and an ergonomic cabinet design that encourages repeat play and substantial time-on-device.

Manufacturer: Aruze Gaming
Platform: G Series
Format: Five-reel, 25-line video slot
Denomination: .01
Max Bet: 125, 250, 375, 500
Top Award: 1,000 times line bet
Hit Frequency: Approximately 50%
Theoretical Hold: 4%-12.99%

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