Apache Way Overview
For Red Tiger Gaming’s new slot game, Apache Way, they went the Native American route. You’ll find totems, different spirit animals, dream catchers and more.
But if you think this is a new, innovative game, it’s not. In fact this game is available from several providers. Maybe with different themes or paylines, but they are the same.
This game uses 5 reels that are each 3 symbols high and uses 25 lines.
You will stacked wild symbols on all reels. Free Spins symbols on reels 1, 3 and 5. And also special Sun symbols on all reels.
Apache Way comes with a maximum payout of 2.571 times your bet!
Apache Way Features
Ritual of the Sun
All reels can also show Sun symbols with a cash amount below them. These symbols can also stay on the reels for 2 or 3 consecutive spins, increasing the chance to trigger the feature. Because you need at least 6 of them to trigger the bonus.
The triggering symbols will stay on the reels and all other symbols respin. Only Sun symbols can appear.
You will get 3 respins, which are reset when one or more new Sun symbols appear.
The feature ends when you run out of respins or when you fill the entire screen. If you manage to collect all 15 Sun symbols and fill the entire screen, you will get an added reward of 2.000 times your bet.
Free Spins Feature
Getting all three bonus symbols on reels 1, 3 and 5 at the same time will trigger 5 free spins.
During free spins reels 2, 3 and 4 will become one giant symbol during each spin. This one will land first and after this reel 1 and 5 will stop spinning.
The giant symbol can also show a free spin symbol, which will add 3 more free spins. It can also show a Sun symbol which will trigger the Ritual of the Sun bonus.
If you are a little known with slot games, both online and land-based, might instantly recognize this game. Several classic Lightning Link slots, which are land-based games, used these features and also Wolf Gold from Pragmatic Play is the same.
These games were very popular, but I don’t think they are that popular anymore, so I’m wondering why Red Tiger Gaming decided to release Apache Way.
Also, to be honest, with a name like Apache Way, I was expecting a game with ways. But maybe that’s just me.