|Manufacturer:||Nextgen||Bet Per Spin:||£0.01 – £50.00|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||Yes|
|RTP:||Unknown||Game Type:||Video Slot|
The noise of the maracas, the hypnotic movement of the fan – this can only be Spanish dancing and that means this must be Spanish Eyes, an atmospheric online slot from Nextgen Gaming which transports us to the Iberian peninsular to experience this traditional activity. Read on to find out more about the bonus features and the opportunity to gamble any winnings.
Spanish Eyes is a five reels slot with three rows and up to twenty five paylines; all the action takes place in what looks like the upstairs room of some local bar. There are candles and bottles of wine on the tables, a worn wooden floor and shooting stars just visible in the night sky through the open window.
The three main symbols are the maracas, a guitar and a fan; the lower values are the standard 9, 10, J, Q, K and A.
The Spanish dancing girl is wild and worth 10000x your line stake for five on a winning payline. The red rose is the scatter symbol which activates the main feature.
Spanish Girl Bonus
If you can land the Spanish girl wild symbol on reels one or five there’s small prize waiting for you; just pick one of those girls for a cash prize worth up to 100x your total bet. You may also be awarded the chance to take another pick.
The red rose is what you need here and landing three or more anywhere in view will award 12 free spins which start automatically. All prizes will be tripled and landing three more scatters will award more spins.
You can win the Spanish Girl bonus during the free spins but the prize won’t be tripled.
Any win can be gambled by clicking the ‘Gamble’ button underneath the reels; try and double or quadruple your win by correctly guessing whether the next card drawn is the right colour or suit. There’s a limit of five correct guesses.
Spanish Eyes Online Slot Playing Tips
Steer well clear of that gamble feature; it might look tempting but you’ll lose out in the long run. Take your winnings and spin the reels again.
There’s nothing too spectacular about Spanish Eyes but it’s not too bad either; the background music is a particular highlight and there are a coupe of bonus feature to keep us interested. Stop by, but perhaps not for too long.