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El Andaluz Slot


Inspired by Spanish culture and local dances in particular, El Andaluz is a slot machine that you will find in Svint’s collection. The look, the features, and even the profits expected from it give the impression that this is an old-style game that looks like it belongs in a land-based casino.

El Andaluz slot offers a system where it spins the reels 5×3 and gives you 10 active lines to get paid. If you look at a screen filled with wilds, wins up to 1200x of the bet are possible, and that’s from a slot with a low RTP of just 94.22%. The special features that tempt us range from wilds to scatters and free spins.

El Andaluz Betting and Prizes
You will have between 10 and 10,000 coins in your stakes, but each will be worth $0.01, so the actual bet range is between $0.10 and $100.

The highest paying winning combo is a combo of 5 wilds that pays out 120x your bet on each line (up to 1200x your bet or $120,000 cash). If we use only regular symbols, then we can claim up to 52x the bet from each (520x the total bet for a full screen of Lady symbols).

I’m not thrilled with the amount the game will give back to its players. 94.22% is way below average these days and the odds are even worse compared to most slots you see online these days.

Features of El Andaluz slot machine
First, we have the Matador Wild, a common substitute that will be used when creating new combinations. Have it land next to the regular symbols and together they can form combinations. It also pays on its own, from 1 to 120 times the bet, for a combination of 2 to 5 symbols.

The other one is the Black Horse scatter that you are going to use as the scatter. 3 of them will give you 12 free spins. The advantage of this feature is that the wild symbol sticks to its reels, so you can use them until the free spins run out.

Theme and Design
Spanish dancers take on the main symbols of El Andaluz. There is a man as a wild man, a black horse as a scatter, and a set of regulars that starts with Lady and progresses to images of a hand fan, a pair of wooden noisemakers/crackers that are used as musical instruments, and then a pair of red roses. The last five characters give us members of the royal family, each with a different color and not very interesting to look at.

El Andaluz by Swintt provides us with a theme that could be interesting, and the main characters used look pretty good, but not great. However, the overall feel is similar to an old slot machine, both in the way its design has been crafted and the lower odds you get from it. It also lacks the most interesting features. You can play around a bit if you like the theme.

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