HOW TO PLAY AFRICAN SPIRIT
Once you start playing the 2017 release, you will find yourselves in a dark witchdoctor shack packed with animal skulls and heads, as well as traditional African masks. Two fires are burning on both sides of the reels, in order to help you see the symbols on the reels more clearly. The most important regular symbol is the Red Mask since it pays the most. Next in line is the Yellow Mask, followed by a Rhino and a Monkey, both carved in wood. Five playing cards symbols are used for low-value icons in the Booongo title.
Scatter is represented by a blue skull of a Wildebeest, and it triggers the Free Spins feature. Scatters can be found only on reels 1, 3 and 5. Leopard is used as a Wild that substitutes for all symbols except Scatter, and it will appear on all reels except the first one. The Fire Spear will only land on reel 5 and will trigger a respin once it hits the Leopard Wild, but more about that later.
It is quite easy to play African Spirit because the rules of the game are very simple, it will only take you a spin or two to get the hang of it. The 2017 release features five reels, four rows and offers 20 fixed paylines. The only thing gamers need to worry about before hitting the Spin button is the coin value, which goes from $0.01 to $3. The lowest punters can wager is $0.20, and the biggest possible bet is set at $60.
To win payouts, spinners are required to land at least three matching symbols on a payline, beginning from the leftmost reel. As for the control panel, it is pretty standard, including options that can be found in other Booongo products, like Autoplay with 1,000 automatic spins, the Fast Forward option that speeds up the reels, Max Bet for high rollers and Paytables that contain all the necessary information regarding the 2017 release.