Book of Armadillo Review
Armadillos holding a torch light and searching for hidden treasure is about as strange a premise as you can get. Hats off to Armadillo Studios for not only bringing their namesake to the table but also producing some refined weirdness as well.
There isn't a lot to set this slot apart from others in the same genre other than the fact that you can kind of turn the lights on and off—kind of—if you select the Golden Book bet. This won't be available in the UK, so we Brits will just have to suffer the dull consequences. A fairly standard tribal soundtrack with accompany your gameplay and animated elements mainly come in the form of fiery reels that are awaiting extra book symbols. All of the above is available on a range of mobile devices, so you don't need to stay at home to enjoy this one.
Quite a lot of this game is reserved for offshore markets and the things that make it stand out are those which we can't access. The Golden Book adds an extra element of prize-winning fun and can also produce bigger wins in the Super Free Spins game. But don't let that put you off entirely as there is still a lot to enjoy here and those Expanding symbols can do a decent job during the regular Free Spins Bonus as well.
The top payout in Book of Armadillo is 5,733x and the volatility is very high. The wins will get bigger and better the further on you move through the Bonus game and if you have the option to play the Golden Book version, then you never know, it might be worth the payoff. The RTP is 96.09% for the most part but this can vary depending on your ante options.
I was equally impressed and disappointed by the various elements that Book of Armadillo threw at me. I'm never a fan of restricted access and I would have liked to have seen everything laid out on the table for all players to enjoy equally. Moaning aside, the graphics are nice, the payouts can be decent and I did have fun during my time with this slot.