Latin American Inspiration for Slot Games

By | 17 June, 2019

South America has been a great inspiration for many things and people in our planet. Apart from the strong and diverse culture that is very noticable in every kind of , there are many more. One of them is related to gambling and the fact that there are many slot games that are inspired by something related to Latin America.

Patagonia, The Amazon Rainforest, and the very famous Machu Picchu are just some of the inspiration for Latin America themed slot games.

Here are the top 5 slot games that we found around. You can find most of these games at William Hill slots or any other online casino just by browsing a reputable casino comparison site like slotslounge.co.uk.

Rich Wilde and the Aztec Idols Rich Wilde and the Aztec Idols Slot

This is a slot game by Play’n Go. Introducing Mr. Rich Wilde, a rough gentleman that will take you on an adventure in the South American jungle. The free spins and bonus games will tempt the Aztec Idols to release their golden secrets.

Neon Jungle

This slot game is based on the border of where Rio de Janeiro, with its vivid city lights, meets the jungle and the vibrant wildlife hiding within

Gold of Machu Picchu Online Slot

Explore the Ancient Civilization that thrived in the mountain side of Machu Picchu in this 5 reel 20 line game! Find 3 bonus symbols to enter the free spin bonus round, and watch the Llama Deification win you even more cash!

Carnaval Cash

As the name suggests this is a carnical themed slot game. Some carnival music and beautiful women dressed in rhinestones and feathers who are dancing around Rio’s famous festival are the main characters of the game

Spirit of the Inca

This is a slot game inspired by the ancient civilaization of the Inca! Spirit of the Inca includes five networked progressive Jackpots, which each have a ‘Boiling Point’ value on display, showing players how “hot” the jackpot is.


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