Flamenco Roses

Flamenco Roses

We have seen a lot of slots on different themes ranging from adventure to ancient Egypt and more. Flamenco Roses is a fantastic slot from Novomatic that is themed on a slightly different subject, the enchanting and beautiful dance form called Flamenco. The game has 5 rows and 10 adjustable paylines. It comes with a minimum bet of 10p and a maximum bet of £50 per spin.

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Flamenco Roses Review

  • Software Provider: Novomatic
  • Game Type: Video Slot
  • Paylines / Ways to Win: 10
  • Bonus Round: No
  • Free Spins: Yes
  • Gamble Feature: Yes

Flamenco Roses has a wonderful theme and an excellent interface. The background for the reels is fantastic, and the reels themselves have a superb look and feel about them, backed up by some excellent music as the soundtrack. The symbols in this game include a female Flamenco dancer, a Spanish guitar, a hat, and exotic jewelry, along with the numbers 10 to Ace from a standard card deck. The wild symbol is the male Flamenco dancer while the scatter is a golden rose. The wild symbol replaces all other symbols for wins except the scatter symbol.

The wild symbol helps you put together fabulous wins in the base game; land 5 of them across the reels and you get a win with a 5000x multiplier. The main bonus feature in Flamenco Roses, however, is the free spins bonus. This feature is triggered by landing 3, 4 or 5 scatter symbols across the reels and gives you 11 free spins. During the free spins the wild symbol that lands on a specific position stays there for the duration of the round; as the number of spins progresses and more wilds land up, you have a huge opportunity to score a massive win. Also, landing 3 or more scatter symbols during the bonus round re-triggers the free spins.

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Review Details

  • Review of: NovomaticFlamenco Roses
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Review By: BestUKCasinos.co.uk
  • Review Date: May 22, 2017
  • Last Updated: June 18, 2022