Spanish Eyes is a 5-reel video slot that incorporates the energetic and fiery Flamenco dancing that Spain is famous for. Gameplay is spread over 25 pay lines that benefit from wilds, scatters and animated graphics. But does it have the flair you'd expect?
Spanish Eyes Theme
When we first heard about this game it sounded fantastic. We imagined dancers, detailed graphics and saucy music. Was that delivered? Well yes actually!
Let’s first talk about the reels that are set in a spanish bar. You can hear ambient sounds of people laughing, eating and having fun. This really helps set the scene and provides an envelope of sound that enhances gameplay.
The reels themselves use a 5x3 arrangement and comprise of themed and classic slot icons. These include guitars, castanets, fans, flamenco dancers and roses. You’ll also find classic icons such as 9, 10, J, Q, K and A.
Betting Options and More Functions
Total bets range from 0.01 to $50 per spin. This wide range means Spanish Eyes is extremely versatile because players can choose a wager suited to their needs and wants. The control panel is easy to use and comes complete with automatic spins and a detailed pay table.
Spanish Eyes includes a gamble bonus that can be accessed after any winning combination is gained. This is a basic game where predicting the card color or suit could double or quadruple your prize accordingly.
Spanish Eyes Features
The female flamenco dancer icon is wild. This means it can substitute for any regular icon, meaning only scatter cannot be substituted for.
A pick me bonus is triggered if the wild lands on reels 1 and 5 at the same time. You'll be asked to choose one of the dancers who will reveal a bonus multiplier up to 100x. You'll be given the chance to pick again, but it's worth remembering that this may not produce a larger prize.
Three or more flower scatters will award 12 free spins with x3 multipliers. These free spins can be re-triggered too.
Our Take on Spanish Eyes
Spanish Eyes is a good all-rounder with an interesting theme. It's not going to win any awards for feature innovation, but it should be celebrated that multiple features are available. We'd love to hear your Spanish Eyes review, so try it and rate it for free by following the play now link above.
Slot data and features
- Pay lines
- Max cash jackpot
- Payout percent
- Wild symbol
- $0.01 - $50.00
- Betting range
- 0.01 - 2.0
- Coin bet range
- Coins per line
- Max coins jackpot
- Max coins
- Scatter symbol
- Free spins available
- Bonus game
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