If you’re a fan of Ancient Mayan-themed online pokies such as Mayan Princess from Microgaming, Gonzo’s Quest from NetEnt, or Mayan Gods from Red Tiger Gaming, then you may also want to check out the new Rise of Maya online pokie from NetEnt that was released on desktop and mobile in early February 2020.
This new NetEnt pokie is available in the real money mode and free play demo mode right now at Casino.com, and it should also soon be available at 888 Casino. The game has 5 reels and 10 fixed paylines, with four different Wild Symbols, Scatter Symbols, and a couple of fun in-play features, including a Scatter Nudge feature and a special betting option that activates the Second Chance Scatter feature.
Without the Bonus Bet activated, you can take one spin of the reels from as little as NZ$0.10 up to NZ$0.75 per spin, but when you activated the Bonus Bet, it will double your total stake. Therefore, playing with the Bonus Bet switched on means that you can play from as little as NZ$0.20 up to a maximum of NZ$150.00 per spin.
The Wild Symbols can substitute all other symbols on the reels, and the four different types of wilds that you can look out for are the Single Serpent Wild Symbols, the Stacks of Serpent Wilds, and the two Expanding Serpent Wilds. The Stacked Serpent Wilds will only ever show up on the Hot Reels during the Free Spins Bonus, which will trigger when 3 or more Scatter Symbols land in any position across the reels at the same time.
If just 2 Scatter Symbols show up on the reels at the same time, it will give you extra Wild/Scatter Symbols, which can help lead to triggering the Free Spins Bonus. The 2 Scatter Symbols that are in view will remain locked in place, and the reels without the Scatter Symbols will respin once for free, to give you a second chance at triggering the bonus. Don’t forget that when the Scatter Symbols are almost in view, they may nudge down fully into view thanks to the Scatter Nudge feature.
If you live in New Zealand and fancy having sa few spins on this new NetEnt pokie, or any of the other similar Mayan-themed online pokies that I mentioned above, go to Casino.com. You can find a secure link to this top-rated Kiwi online casino from within out Casino.com review.