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Mayan Ritual

About Mayan Ritual

In a press release dated August 21, 2018, Wazdan introduced Mayan Ritual as a ritualistic html5 video game adaptation of a Mesoamerican civilization tribe called the Maya Empire. Its setting dates back to one-and-a-half millennia. Themes: shamanism, Mayan religion, human sacrifice, treasure, sculptures, architecture, animism, and Maya mythology.

Relatable games from wazdan: Relic Hunters (July 2019), Power of Gods series, Golden Sphinx (September 2014), Valhalla (July 2017), and Lost Treasure (September 2014). Mayan Ritual’s rival slots include Mayan Eagle (July 2020) from All41 Studios, Mayan Cache (July 2020) from Ruby Play, and Mayan Gods (August 2018) from Red Tiger Gaming.

Nine of the Mayan Ritual symbols (Mayan totem, maize god Yumil Kaxob, war god Ekchuah, purple female shaman, female ritualist, blue female shaman, Kukulkan the feathered serpent, Mayan hunters, and Mayan eagle) require three, four, or five winning combinations.

Mayan Ritual Game Characteristics

Mayan Ritual has a 5X4 grid on a golden tablet that is lined with color palettes, representing 40 fixed left-to-right paylines. The grid is set among human sacrifice paraphernalia. There are fourteen symbols, seven total bets, gigantic symbols, bonus game, free games, extra free games, three win multipliers, a gamble game, and regularly pays from $0.02 to $1650.00.

Mayan Ritual has five special symbols and nine ordinary symbols. Special symbols: the substituting wild is an orange Mayan temple; the free spins-offering feature is a purple-and-golden Mayan mask; bronze “X1” Mayan coin; silver “X3” coin; and golden “X5” coin.

Ordinary symbols: a Mayan totem; maize god Yumil Kaxob; war god Ekchuah; a female shaman in a purple spiritual realm; a female ritualist in red, holding a bloody skull; a female shaman in a blue spiritual realm; Kukulkan the feathered serpent in flight; two Mayan hunters; and a Mayan eagle
The Mayan Ritual’s total bets: $0.20 (minimum bet), $1.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00, and $100.00 (maximum bet).

The $100.00 bet offers the following Mayan Ritual payouts for three, four, and five winning combinations. Shaman totem pays $75.00, $300.00, and $1650.00. Maize god Yumil Kaxob pays $50.00, $200.00, and $1100.00. War god Ekchuah pays $50.00, $150.00, and $550.00. Purple female shaman pays $50.00, $100.00, and $325.00. Female ritualist pays $25.00, $50.00, and $225.00. Blue female shaman, or Mayan hunters pays $10.00, $25.00, and $100.00. Kukulkan the feathered serpent, or Mayan eagle pays $10.00, $25.00, and $100.00.

Symbols that show up on a 2X2 grid or a 3X3 grid become bonus features that, if still visible on the grid after spinning, do split into between three and nine separate symbols; there are X1, X3, and X5 win multipliers. Three Mayan masks offer six free games, where every additional mask extends the free games by +1.
The totem-choosing default gamble game involves guessing the Mayan totem—right or left—that will part to eject payout-nullifying bones or payout-doubling golden coins. Payers can opt for the suit color-guessing side game. Mayan Ritual’s non-progressive jackpot is X850, which (850X100) is $85000.00.

The good Mayan Ritual software features: big screen; slow, fast, and ultra-fast; low, standard and high volatility levels; 17 languages; High Quality and Ultra Lite modes; standard/card gambling; full screen and double screen modes; compatible with Windows, Android, and iOS operating systems; and up to 1000 autospins whose loss and win limits are capped at $1000.00 in mobile versions and $1000000.00 in desktop versions.

The sounds include rattling, chinking, blowing horn, and hissing. The animated 3D graphics include: flapping Mayan eagle, gushing coins, glistening totems that eject bones and gold, and fuming Kukulkan.

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Mayan Ritual is a game of chance whose RTP rate is 96.29% and the house edge is 3.71%.

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