Indian Spirit – At first glance, Indian Spirit seems to be a journey into the American frontier before the arrival of European settlers. In the end, it is a stale failure with shoddy art, shoddy music, limited features, and a terrible return on investment. Don’t bother with it.
Indian Spirit RTP 95.34%
|Slot function||Slot description|
|Slot date created:||2005|
|Features:||Configurable winlines, Free spins, Autoplay, Gamble feature|
|Indian Spirit themes:||5-Reels|
|Available on:||Mobile, Desktop|
Review of the Indian Spirit
Theme and plot of the story
Indian Spirit transports you to a world of tomahawks and feathered headdresses, presided over by a bald eagle, and it does so by drawing on the imagery of Native American myth and filtering it through a rather culturally insensitive Western lens.
It is possible that the theme indicates some kind of spiritual connection to nature, which may come off as a bit sarcastic in a slot machine setting, but once you get into it, it does not make for an unpleasant environment.
Graphics, sounds, and animations are all included.
The artwork, like the title, have not aged well over the years. When the artwork is scaled down to the scale of a slot reel, it seems to have been created at a much larger scale, making it a bit difficult to look at at times.
Aside from that, the program is stable, and the animations all seem to be of high quality. Sound effects are also well-worn, with the exception of the eagle’s cry, which sounds much more like the peeping of an infant chicken than the roar of a powerful predator bird of prey.
The other design elements aren’t overly obnoxious, but the slot as a whole isn’t a really appealing picture.
Indian Spirit is a five-reel slot with a maximum of 20 paylines, with the option to play any number of paylines between the maximum of 20 and the minimum of 1.
There is also a black and red gamble function (which seems to be in terrible taste) and other basic extra features to round out the package (described below).
The gameplay is almost painfully simplistic, and as a result, it is a fairly monotonous experience overall.
Wilds, bonuses, and free spins are all included in this game.
There are two special symbols in this game.
The first is represented by the Bonus sign (misleadingly named the Scatter symbol in the slot itself). If you land three of them anywhere on the reels during a single game, you will get ten free spins.
There is also a Wild sign, which is shown with a dreamcatcher, which may replace for all other symbols save the Bonus symbol in the game. During the free spins round, additional Wild symbols are added to all of the reels.
When it comes to features for a slot of this kind, this seems to be the bare minimum required by the game.
Bet sizes, return on investment (RTI), and variance
With a return to player (RTP) of just 95.34 percent, the statistics for this position do little to mitigate the various flaws it has.
It does feature a high volatility, which will appeal to certain players; but, with an RTP that low, there are better games available if you are one of those players.
The highest wager per spin was €/£/$100.00 at the site we tested, with the smallest bet per winline being €/£/$0.02 at the site we tested.
There is not much to promote this slot, even without its politically wrong name and cultural appropriation of Native American mysticism, it manages to fall short time and time again as a game.
It is devoid of any exciting features, gives only the most rudimentary of bonuses, and, to add insult to injury, has a meager return to player (RTP) of 95.34 percent.
This is a game that we do not suggest.