Indian Spirit: My Opinion
Novomatic are best known in European and South American land-based casinos for cult games like Book Of Ra
and Lucky Ladys Charm Deluxe
which populate the Gaminator
and Super Gaminator
machines. But they also have a licensing deal with Greentube (a Novomatic subsiduary) to produce online slots and now that most of their popular land-based games are online, a few lesser known games are cropping up. Indian Spirit
is one such game and is more commonly found in South American casinos than in Europe. It owes more than a passing nod to Aristocrat's 50 Lions
and WMS's Zeus slot
in gameplay however, with stacked max-pay symbols and a free spin feature where the wilds are also stacked. The feature is triggered by getting the Eagle symbol on reels 2, 3 and 4 simultaneously as demonstrated in the video above.
I've been playing Novomatic slots
for years and you either love them or hate them generally speaking. Rarely is there middle ground but in the case of Indian Spirit I'd say this is where this game sits. Largely because 50 Lions, 50 Dragons
and Zeus have gone before, Indian Spirit lacks the originality that other Novomatic games provide. For example, the online-only Mystic Secrets slot
they released before this one is way better (and more volatile!) in my opinion.
Overall Indian Spirit adds something to the Novomatic online slots repository but it's no ground breaker.
Indian Spirit slot reviewed by Simmo for Slotjunkies
Indian Spirit Slot Paytables
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