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Temple of Nudges is about as cute as they come in terms of slot design. Aimed at the masses, carved geometric 3D Animal symbols take to reels along with 2D flowers, birds, temples and mazes. There’s a touch of historical Aztec mystery about the golden 5x3 reels, which are set deep in an overgrown and dark forest. The soundtrack is the gentle hum of the forest and clunk of the stone symbols as the reels spin round and it completes the theme nicely. Temple of Nudges is stunning and the mysterious element draws you in, making you want to know what this slot is all about. With 243 bet ways, the highest paying symbols on the reels are (in coin size order for 5) the Red Panther at 9x bet level, Yellow Armadillo, Green Sloth and Blue Monkey all at 6x your bet level. All wins are concentrated in the base game and two features will help you increase the value of your winning betlines:
• Nudge Feature: Every time there is a win on the reels, the nudge feature activates and the reels move 1 symbol down to create a secondary win. This continues for as long as you are creating new wins. Stop winning and base game paid spins resume.
• Re-Spins: Look out for the Red Panther Re-Spin overlays. They can only appear on a winning betline and will trigger a Re-Spin, during which all symbols that match those used in the winning betline are stuck. Whilst this sounds quite similar to the Nudge Feature, Re-Spins provide a better chance at create new wins as the reels spin again, instead of just moving down a space.
Temple of Nudges Slot is a pretty simple affair, with no bonus rounds, but some beautiful graphics. It appeals to all players, but especially classic slot players who like lower risk slots that stick to base game wins. You can start playing by signing up or signing in to your 32Red Casino account today.
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