Aztec's Millions is an old but gold jackpot slot developed by RealTime Gaming way back in 2009. This 5-reel, 25 payline slot is truly as simple as they come, but don't let that detract from the progressive jackpot prize that still to this day climbs well into the millions.
There's really not too much we can say about Aztec's Millions, it really is basic, even for 2009 it was seriously behind the times in terms of the overall design, especially when you compare it to Mega Moolah Goddess and Dead or Alive which were released in the same year.
The plain white reels feature crudely drawn cartoonish symbols, low paying ones are your standard 9, 10, J, Q, K, A whilst high paying symbols are a brooch, bracelet, helmet, jaguar and Princess. The special symbols are an Aztec idol for the scatter, King for the wild and an AZTEC MILLIONS symbol that triggers the progressive jackpot.
Like many classic online slots based on those you might find in an actual casino, there's very little to Aztec's Millions. On the left-hand side of the action bar at the bottom of the reels players can read all the game information, including the paytable. Whilst on the right-hand side of the action bar players can set their stake, set up to automated spins, or spin the reel manually.
This high-volatility slot has a slightly below-average RTP of 95.00% and offers players the opportunity to win a maximum of 5,000x their initial stake, which is actually pretty good for such an old online slot. The real win potential of course lies in the progressive jackpot, that reaches well into the millions, as the game's name suggests!
We won't beat around the bush, if you're used to modern online slots Aztec's Millions will in no way impress you. It's incredibly dated and does not feel like it belongs with other slots in this day and age... That said, it could well be a real hidden gem thanks to its incredible progressive jackpot, that we imagine not too many people are competing for nowadays.