Pachamama Pokie Machine Review
Pachamama is an online video slot from Endorphina. About the Incas. From the thirteenth century onwards, the Incas started their advance from the Peruvian city of Cuzco. During the heyday of the Incas, their empire stretched from the south of Colombia to the north of Argentina. And everything in between. When the Spaniards, led by Francisco Pizarro – known from Gonzo’s Quest – discovered the treasuries of the Incas, things went wrong. Pachamama was the most important God of the Incas. Before the Spaniards introduced Catholicism, the Incas hung up on nature’s gods. With Mother Earth (in Quechua: Pachamama) as the most important God. Pachamama offers a first prize of 10,000 times the stake per spider. And you can then (try to) double that one ten times in a row using the “Gamble feature”.
How does the Pachamama Pokie Machine work?
You play Pachamama with a maximum of 25 active paylines. If you want, you can also set fewer paylines. You play from one payline and that means that you can play on this slot machine from $0.01. The maximum bet is played when you bet 10 credits of $1 each on the maximum number of paylines. Then you spin for as much as $250.00 per spin. Highrollers can also try their luck at the Pachamama slot. The symbols are wall drawings of the Incas. A little geologist can indulge himself by figuring out the meanings of all these wall decorations. Our Site, however, mainly looks at what it delivers.
The Wild Symbols
The drawing of the condor is by far the most profitable. You take 10,000 times your bet if you turn the condor five times on an active payline. Of course, this is also possible in combination with Wild symbols. The Wild symbol is gold in color and therefore stands out in the somewhat grey design of Pachamama. The symbol also expands into a Wild Reel. Eight other drawings provide payouts of up to 100 times the stake per payline. It is therefore important to score especially with the condor and the wilds. There is also a scatter symbol. The scatter will yield a maximum of 125 times the bet. Because this is a scatter symbol, you don’t necessarily have to turn this symbol on an active payline.
The Inca-cross, also called the Chakana, plays for bonus symbol. You have to turn three to unlock the Chakana Bonus. The Chakana Bonus is a kind of “Deal or no Deal”. Nice thought, but the prizes are a small setback. You win a maximum of 25 times your bet. Compared to the 10,000 times the bet you can win in the basic game, that is of course small change.
Pachamama is a typical Endorphina slot machine. The design is a bit different, the gameplay without bells and whistles, but you can win a lot on it. This is possible on Pachamama in the basic game via the Condor symbol. The Condor gives you up to 10 thousand times the bet per payline. And because you can play with one payline, you can make 10,000 bets per spin. So the first prize on Pachamama is twice as high as on Book of Ra Deluxe, a well-known high variance slot machine.