Aurora Beast Hunter Slot
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With a bit of a retro style design, and pleasant enough animations, Aurora Beast Hunter is taking us alongside the game’s hero, to the desert, where we’re hunting for beasts. It’s a slot machine that’s designed by Just For The Win, as an exclusive release for Microgaming’s network of casinos, and it looks like one of the more decent options that this young developer has crafted so far.
It’s not going to be the typical 5-reel setup, as the number of symbols changes from one column to the next, with 3-4-3-4-3 available overall. With all those symbols, the game only relies on a standard setup with 40 active lines. The game’s doing very well, both RTP and payout wise, with 96.27% being the figure for the former, and 5,000x the stake being the ultimate promise with the latter. The wild symbols are a big part of the game, coming in both regular and expanded or stacked versions, even sticky at times. On the other hand, the biggest potential will come from the three types of free spins, each one with different volatility and payout targets.
Betting and Prizes
$0.10 is the least that you can use, when trying to place a bet in Aurora Beast Hunter. At the other end, a bet of up to $50 will be possible inside.
As far as the game’s top jackpots are concerned, it’s during the free spins that it appears to have the highest potential, offering up to 5,000x the stake during the high volatility variant, the one called The Sub. The regular symbols don’t offer nearly as much, with up to 500x possible if you land stacked Aurora symbols on all reels.
Of course, the game has high volatility, but there is a certain element of customization there, once you get to the free spins, as there are low to high options, but with different payout potential. The RTP is adequate, at 96.27%.
Aurora Beast Hunter Slot Features
You get a couple of different versions for the wild symbol, which is good, since it gives you better chances of forming winning combinations that round.
One way to get them, is at random, through modifiers that can trigger at any point. Up to 5 random wilds could be offered then, either regular or sticky with re-spins and covering a full reel. Cash prizes can also be paid as a result of these random bonuses.
Provided that you get the scattered Truck symbol on three reels (1, 3, 5), you can access the free spins, where you get to pick the version that you prefer.
The Sub has the highest potential, of up to 5,000x the stake, but the volatility is also highest, and the number of spins at their lowest (5 rounds). It turns expanding or stacked wilds into sticky wilds, provided that they land on a reel that is randomly chosen that spin.
Danger Zone is in the middle, with 8 rounds and medium volatility, while the payouts can reach 3,000x. This one gives you up to 5 random wilds for each round.
Sandstorm is the lowest volatility, and the payouts only reach 2,000x. You get 12 free spins though, with stacked and expanding wilds delivering prizes when they show up.
Theme & Design
It’s a retro looking game, with cartoon graphics the likes of which you might expect from an older TV series. Aurora is one of the major symbols that you see on the reels, along with Gatling guns, handguns, ninja stars, nunchucks and the Royals.
It’s going to be an enjoyable experience for plenty of players, especially if they grew up with this sort of design in video games or animation series. It doesn’t hurt that the top payouts are pretty good as well.