In this December 2016 release titled Asena, games developer Bally Wulff sought inspiration from an ancient Turkic tribe called Oghuz Turks; its origin myth mentions a legendary creature named Asena. Like the slot game’s plot, the myth is about a wolf animal spirit whose motherly instincts meets and assists a juvenile war survivor to recover before a sexual encounter between the two results to wolfish children, including one son called Asena after who this video slot is named.
Supplied by Edict, some of the themes of Asena are: creation myth, speculative fiction, supernatural, magic, Turkic mythology, animal spirit, totem, superstition, and shapeshifting. Many games from Bally Wulff are centered on myths and magic, among them: Night Wolves, Ancient Magic, Ancient Riches series, Magic Book series, and Crystal Ball. The rival games of Asena include Mystic Wolf (April 2014) from Rival Gaming, She Wolf from High 5 Games, and Wolf Run (2014) from IGT.
The Turkish beauty, Turkish boncuk amulet, wolf, and golden ring require three, four, or five winning combinations. The spell book, A, K, Q, J, and 10 require three, four, or five winning combinations.
Asena Game Characteristics
Asena has a dark brown 5×3 grid, five fixed pay lines, one special and nine ordinary symbols, seven bet sizes, and only ten free games. Depending with the bet, Asena’s regular bets are from $0.10 to $10000.00. The special symbol is a gem-encased red spell book that is both the Wild and a substitute.
The four highly ordinary symbols: an ornamented Turkish woman with brown flowing hair, and dressed in green and red; a yellow-eyed white wolf baring its teeth; a blue Turkish boncuk amulet (or Nazar) with a green eye, secured to a beaded red-and-golden string—it protects against evil eyes; and a turquoise gem-encased golden ring. The five lowly ordinary symbols: a red A; an orange K; a yellow Q; a green J; and a blue 10.
The Asena coin values are: $0.02, $0.04, $0.1, $0.2, $0.4, $1.00, and $2.00. Asena’s lowest bet is $0.10 and the highest bet is $10.00; other bets are: $0.20, $0.50, $1.00, $2.00, and $5.00.
With the $10.00 bet, the players stand a chance to win these Asena payouts. Two, three, four, and five winning combinations: the Turkish beauty pays $20.00, $200.00, $2000.00, and $10000.00; the amulet has $10.00, $60.00, $200.00, and $1500.00; the white wolf gives $10.00, $80.00, $800.00, and $4000.00; and the golden ring has $10.00, $60.00, $200.00, and $1500.00.
The Asena payouts for three, four, and five winning combinations: the spell book pays $20.00, $200.00, or $2000.00; A, or K pays $10.00, $80.00, and $300.00; Q, J, or 10 pays $10.00, $50.00, and $200.00. Basically, the nine ordinary symbols can transform into magic symbols that are the gateway to getting the ten free games, as long as there are between three and five magic symbols.
The non-progressive jackpot of Asena is X1000 the $10 bet, which is $10000 for matching five Turkish beauties.
Asena has good software, Turkish beats and magical sound effects, and realistic 3D graphics that include a forested mountainous terrain and an expansive lake in the background.
Luck in Asena
This is a game of chance. Its RTP rate is 96.18% and house edge is 3.82%.