Swintt Takes Players to the Americas with New Takutiki Slot

Swintt, a popular developer of online slots, is transporting players to the Americas in its latest release, Takutiki, and immersing them in the indigenous culture.

It is a 5-reel slot with 3 rows and 30 fixed paylines. The reels are set against a backdrop of the rolling plains, while the high-value symbols include eagles, bison, and male and female characters. All of the slot’s symbols, including the wild, can land stacked to help players form more wins.

While playing, players need to try to collect the diamonds to unlock three different bonus features. There are three different colored diamonds, and they are collected in their respective totems that can be seen next to the reels. Once three matching diamonds have been collected, its modifier is triggered, and a re-spin is awarded. The red diamonds expand the reels to make 75 paylines, the blue diamonds assign a x2 multiplier to the wild symbols, and the green diamonds add between 5 and 10 wilds to the reels.

Landing three bonus symbols triggers the free spins. During the free spins, only one diamond is needed to trigger a modifier and an additional spin. As a result, players can win a huge number of spins.

Swintt has also included a gamblе feature for those who enjoy taking risks. Players need to guess the color of a hidden card to try to double their winnings.

Swintt Premium games have proved popular with old-school fans of classic slot machines and modern casino players alike, and our studio always strives to combine iconic design elements with innovative features to ensure all users are catered for.
Our new Takutiki release remains true to this practice by taking the simple gameplay of a land-based slot machine and cranking up the excitement factor with its Free Spins and three unlockable modifiers. With this helping to reduce the game’s variance and make big wins far easier to come by, we’re sure the game will prove a big hit with players when it debuts at all of our online casino partners this month.

David MannSwintt Chief Executive Officer