The Malta-based developer of online gaming content Wazdan has announced the latest addition to its portfolio of video slot games.
Titled Mayan Ritual, the fresh release draws its inspiration from the ancient culture of the Maya.
Set in the lush jungles of Central America, this thrilling 5-reel 4-row game with 40 paylines will take on an unforgettable adventure, where you’ll have the chance to grab some of the riches of this ancient civilisation.
Now, the power of this once great Empire at the palm of your hand, of course, if you’re brave enough to venture deep into the unexplored jungle, with icons such as serpents, skulls, jade masks, high priestesses, native jungle hunters, kings and various Mayan gods await on the reels.
Wazdan’s designers gave their best to recreate the lost Mayan world. The game boasts authentic details, vibrant colours, mesmerising artwork and an excellent soundtrack to complete the game experience.
The game utilises the latest technology offered by the renowned developer, such as Energy Saving Mode, Double Screen Mode and Unique Gamble Feature, and a unique feature called Volatility Levels.
This option allows players set to a low variance where the game has frequent but smaller wins in Low Volatility or fewer although bigger wins with the High Volatility setting. Leaving the setting at ‘Normal’, Mayan Ritual will have its standard volatility.
The game is packed with special features, including Giant and Big symbols, Wilds, Free Spins and Bonus games, which can help punter grab some serious winnings.
Commenting on the launch of this game, Head of Sales at Wazdan Andrzej Hyla said Mayan Ritual was a release that no casino operators would want to miss out on.
He stated the game was designed to appeal to a wide spectrum of players and added the company was delighted to be adding another game that immersed players in a unique world.
In addition to Mayan Ritual, Wazdan plans to release a number of new HTML5 games in the coming period, including Black Hawk Deluxe, Hot 777 Deluxe, and Los Muertos. The latter is expected to hit the market in time for Halloween.