The Skywind Group invites players to try out some Mexican food and drink in the Chilli Festival slot.
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Chilli Festival takes place in the heart of a small Mexican village. The backdrop is simple but effective, doing a great job of immersing players in this world. Everything here is about spice and color, with the reels and the symbols all displaying different elements of Mexican culture. You don’t need to have a taste for spice to play though, the set-up for the Chilli Festival slot game is very simple. Players need to select their stake by using the +/- on the coin value option.
Each spin is worth 50 coins. The lowest value for a coin is €0.01, which means the lowest you can wager for a single spin is €0.50. The maximum value of a coin is €5, so the highest total stake that can be wagered is €250. This is definitely the kind of game that will suit players on a higher budget. The rest of the slot is fairly basic, with the game having five reels and three rows, with 30 active paylines for each spin. If you want to try out the slot before playing for real money, then give the Chilli Festival demo we have provided a spin for free.
In this section of this Chilli Festival video slot review, we will go over the symbols you will encounter. These are all tied in with Mexican culture in one way or another. The highest paying symbols in the game, unsurprisingly, are the chilli. The three chilli together make up the wild, and this pays out 500 coins for a combo of five, 100 coins for a combo of four, 25 coins for three, and 10 coins for a combo of two.
When it comes to standard symbols, the red chilli, green chilli, and yellow chilli pay out 250, 200 and 150 coins respectively for combinations of five. Next up is the sombrero, and the shakes which both pay out 100 for five, followed by the tequila which pays 75 coins.
With the royal symbols, the Ace, King and Queen are all the highest paying, coughing up 60 coins for five. The Jack and the 10 are the lowest paying symbols on the board – they pay 50 coins for five, 15 coins for four, and 5 coins for three, which is the lowest you can win on one spin.
The main Chilli festival bonus game is a free spins feature combined with some wild bonuses. The skull symbols in the game act as the scatter and they can land stacked. Six or more of them will trigger the bonus round, and players are given some selection over the way their Chilli Festival free spins play out.
There are three different types of free spins rounds available. The yellow one makes all yellow symbols wild, the green one makes both green and yellow chilli wild, and the red one makes all three chilli wild. The more wilds you have though, the fewer free spins. For six skulls, you can have either 15, 8 or 5 free spins depending on the color, for seven skulls you can have 30, 16 or 10, for eight, you can have 45, 24 or 15 and finally, for nine skulls, you can have 60, 32, or 20 free spins.
The Chilli Festival RTP is listed by Skywind Group as a solid 96.68%. It has been given 5 out of 5 for volatility, meaning it is high. We found that this reflected our experience when playing for this Chilli Festival slot review, with big wins not coming by very often at all.