Mexico Wins Review
I've always had a notion of getting lost in Mexico where nobody can pronounce my name, never mind find me, as I run from Western Nooses (i.e., a hangman's noose – you see for some reason I always break the law in my daydreams…) Finally, finding myself with a Margarita in my hand on the beaches of Los Cabo San Lucas. Lying on golden beaches with a beautiful senorita and gently swaying to the sounds of Mariachi Bands on balmy evenings. Well Mexico Wins is not so much a sunny Mexican holiday visit to Los Cabo San Lucas, but rather one too many Tequilas in a bar in Gerrero with Jose’s sweaty uncle stringing a Mariachi with his amigos. Mexico Wins is a Booming Games video slot which can be enjoyed on all devices efficiently. This game offers a cheap and cheerful dip into the Mexican nightlife. Hold on; I just need to grab some tequila, then I'll finish up this review in a bit…
Mexico Wins is a 5 reel, 30 paylines slot. The volatility errs on the side of low, but can be all over the place with the multipliers that stack together. The standard symbols are Skull Masks, Chilli’s, Tequila Shots, Maracas, Sombrero and 3 lucky number 7’s in Green, White and Red which represent the Mexican flag.
The Wild is an Aztec Pyramid which substitutes for all except the Scatter, which is a Pinata icon. The control panel is simple and easy to use. It includes the basic standard controls: Play, Auto Play, Bet Max, Total Bet, Balance and Win. Up top you can also find Paytables, Info and Turbospin.
3 or more Scatters anywhere triggers 10 Free Spins, during which, all winnings are multiplied by 3X.
There is a Perma 2-Way Pay system which is indicated on the right of the screen. This feature is always active and allows players to land winning combinations from left to right and vice versa. Three of a kind is the minimum for landing payouts, except when it comes to Wild, Green Lucky Seven and White Lucky Seven, which also pay for two of a kind.
I think that the graphics, while quite basic, are well suited to the theme. The style of the game is appropriately linked throughout, along with, what I found to be annoyingly repetitive Mariachi music. I highly recommend a mute button for this one. I put Mexico Wins through some serious testing and it came through with shining colors.
Fun and frivolous. I enjoyed the easy, uncomplicated play especially when the mute button was on. There aren't a slew of features but, just for the sheer enjoyment factor, I would definitely give Mexico Wins another go!