Rook’s Revenge Slot
Have you ever played the Betsoft game 'Aztec Treasures' ? Then great news – the star of the slot is back! Rook's Revenge is 5 reel, fixed 25 payline slot that follows on from Betsoft's original slots game. Rook is a Mayan Chieftan whom cavorts around in a silly hat, a loincloth, and not a lot else. He's full of sexy grooves and dance moves, although this game does risk the censor's ire in the way that Rook's loincloth flops about as he is swinging his ample belly around.
This game has several features that seem … borrowed … from a very popular slot about a certain pint-sized treasure-seeker. The symbols are all Mayan-carved blocks that fall into place, and winning combinations disappear allowing brand new blocks to take their place. There's even a prize multiplier that increases each time this happens.
You can choose your coin value from 0.02 to 1.00, and your bet-per-line from one to five. Your final wager is always your coin size mutliplied by your bet-per-line multiplied by 25, as all pay lines are in play at all times. Once you feel like seeing Rook strut his stuff, hit the 'Spin' button.
Payout & bonus rounds
The prize payouts in this game start at 3x for five grey stone carved symbols, and rise to 2,500x for five of the angry god symbol.
The golden mask symbol acts as the free games symbol. Land three on a pay line and you active the free spins mode. This symbol only appears on the first three reels.
A question mark symbol acts as the wild symbol in this game. It only appears on the central three reels and substitutes for all other symbols.
As we mentioned above, winning symbols explode and are replaced by cascading ones. The prize multiplier increases from 1x to 2x, 3x and 5x upon each consecutive explosion. All prizes are tripled during free spins mode.
We have to admit we wouldn't mind watching a dance off between Rook and Gonzo. Our money would be on the Spaniard as Rook's love of 'letting it all hang out' is a little disconcerting. Anyway, this is a cool and exciting game, only let down slightly by the lack of bonus features. It's well worth playing though for Rook's antics alone!