Indian Spirit Slot Review
Novomatic's Indian Spirit slot made a brief appearance in land casinos around London where I mostly play a few years ago but have pretty much disappeared from the Super Gaminator machines
you see these days. Rather like other excellent games including Katana
it would appear that Indian Spirit has seen it's day.
Online players though can still play Indian Spirit at a handfull of casinos. It sits alongisde some of the better known Novomatic slots
despite being less popular. The casinos listed here all have Indian Spirit - or they did
, when I last played there!
If you aren't familiar with the Indian Spirit slot then it is very reminiscenet of Aristocrat slots 50 Lions
and 50 Dragons
with stacked symbols and stacked wilds in the free spins (you get 10) and more added on each free spin.
It follows the traditional Novomatic pattern of making it hard to trigger the free spins feature but when you do, retriggers are regular. You also need scatters on particular reels: 2, 3 and 4 to get the free spins. These are "Eagle" symbols which land with the eerily similar sound found on Aristocrat's Buffalo slot!
As a consequence of the above and perhaps the biggest drawback to slots of this style is the fact that there is only really one way to win big in the base game: 4 or more reels of stacked Indians. In the free spins, the stacked wilds effectively increase your chances.
All this means that big wins are quite rare on Indian Spirit. As much as I tend to spend most of my time playing Novomatic's premium slots like Book Of Ra
and Lucky Ladys Charm
or maybe volatile games such as Mystic Secrets
and the aforementioned Katana online, I do like to dabble with this one from time to time though.