Aurora is a March 2020 natural light display-inspired video slot developed by Northern Lights Gaming and provided by Relax Gaming. Themes: totem heads, troll, fantasy, and fairy tale. More video slots from Northern Lights Gaming: Electric Wilds (September 2018), Trail Blazer (December 2019), Rocky’s Gold (November 2018), All Star Knockout (February 2020), Blast Off (March 2019), 100 Fortunes (February 2020), and Niagara Falls (May 2019). Rival slot games include Greedy Servants (September 2016) from Spinomenal, Troll Haven (March 2020) from Endorphina, and Troll Bridge (June 2017) from Yggdrasil.
The rival games of Aurora include: Aurora Wilds (July 2019) from Neon Valley Studios, Aurora (October 2018) from KA Gaming, and Troll Haven (March 2020) from Endorphina. This slot is named after the colorful polar lights, alternatively called aurora borealis, in the background. All symbols (except the troll) require three, four, or five winning combinations.
Aurora Game Characteristics
Aurora has an unpartitioned transparent 5X3 grid embedded on a rocky magical forest that is silhouetted against polar lights. There are 30 fixed paylines, eleven symbols, two wilds, two substitutes, eleven total bets, flipping symbols, sticky symbol a bonus game, free games, and dynamic regular payouts ranging from $0.02 to $210.00.
Aurora has two special symbols and nine symbols. Special symbols: the first substitute and first wild is a golden-and-gray “W” stone slab; and the second substitute and second wild is a golden word “WILD” embedded on a full body portrait of a gray stony troll that is camouflaged by the fairyland.
Ordinary symbols: a round brass “AURORA” brand logo that is partially silhouetted against polar lights; a yellow-faced brown-and-cyan cat totem head; a brown-faced pale gold-and-cyan human totem head; a purple-faced spruce-colored rodent totem head; a golden-and-orange canine totem head; and peanut-colored playing card values A, K, Q, and J.
The Aurora total bets: $0.30 (minimum bet), $0.60, $0.90, $1.20, $1.50, $3.00, $6.00, $9.00, $12.00, $21.00, and $42.00 (maximum bet). Some versions accept $0.20 minimum bet and $100.00 maximum bet.
Here are the Aurora payouts for three, four, and five winning combinations, associated with the $42.00 bet. The W” stone slab, or the “AURORA” logo pays $21.00, $42.00, and $210.00. The cat totem head pays $14.00, $29.40, and $105.00. The human skull totem head pays $12.60, $25.20, and $63.00. The rodent totem head pays $9.80, $21.00, and $51.80. The canine totem head pays $8.40, $16.80, and $42.00. A pays $7.00, $12.60, and $26.60. K pays $5.60, $11.20, and $21.00. Q pays $4.20, $8.40, and $15.40. And J pays $2.80, $5.60, and $9.80.
There are two ways to unlock the free spins: whenever the troll shows up on the third reel, or three sticky “W” stone slabs during a random bonus. This results in the animated troll duplicating itself; the two duplicates position themselves on the margins, where they remain until their disappearance terminates the free spins mode.
The random bonus is associated with a non-winning spin; a gust of wind blows across the grid whose flipped symbols turn into wilds. Aurora’s non-progressive jackpot is $250000.00.
Desktops and mobile users (portrait and landscape modes) can access the good Aurora software, despite timing out after prolonged idling. Players can view the game history and customize the choice of 25, 50, 75 and 100 automated spins through preset loss and win limits. The sounds are magical, including gears turning and wind chimes. The animated 3D graphics include shifting pools of polar lights, debris-carrying gusts of wind, solar wind, glowing symbols, dramatic troll, dancing sunrays and fluttering golden flies.
Luck in Aurora
Aurora is a game of chance, Aurora’s RTP rate is 96.09% and the house edge is 3.91%.