Temple Quest Spinfinity slot is actually a revamp of the old BTG game ‘Temple Quest’ which was first made available via the Microgaming Quickfire Platform. The game has the feeling of a space-filler as it was never particularly popular or rated as especially good, in fact I’d suggest the opposite. If viewed alongside the more recent Megaways slots such as Bonanza, White Rabbit and Extra Chilli in all honesty I’d be pushed to offer a single reason to play it, plus in addition to that fact very little seems to have changed with the newer ‘Spinfinity’ version.
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The icons and South American theme are identical, showing an Inca Temple as the backdrop deep in the jungle with a soundtrack of birdsong and the predictable native pipe music too. The reels stop with the standard BTG ticking noise but if you saw the original version you’ll notice the buttons and controls from later BTG slots such as Bonanza and Dragon Born are now present.
The game is played on a 5×4 grid and has 40 paying lines featuring some mystery ‘colossal symbols’ of 2×2, 3×3 or even 4×4 (16 positions) in size which reveal another symbol when landing which may or may not create a win. Other than these the normal single reel symbols can appear stacked too thus raising the possibility of full-screen wins. The original version had two pick-me features which have been removed from the Spinfinity version but you get to pay as little as 10 coins to play the 40 lines for which Big Time Gaming boast “Buy 10 lines and get 30 free!” So that’s the trade-off!
Temple Quest Spinfinity retains the main original feature though which consists of a free games bonus. There are only 6 paying symbols in the game which is unusually low for a slot, ranging from card values to a gold mask. The card values all pay less than your bet for each 5-of-a-kind and the three premium icons of emerald, macaw and gold mask award 15,20 and 50 coins respectively for your 10-coin bet. Wilds do appear singly on all reels and rarely too but if you miraculously saw 5 on a way you would see a decent 375 coins. The rules don’t specify if the mystery colossal symbol can reveal wilds too, but I have not seen it although it doesn’t necessarily mean it can’t happen.
The term ‘Spinfinity’ applies to the free games bonus which is triggered by the 3×3 block mystery symbol appearing fully or partially in view. Depending on where it lands it awards 1 free game for each position covered, therefore 3,6 or 9 free games. Your enhancement here is the fact that reels 2-5 are populated solely by colossal 4×4 block symbols during the spins and naturally one of these is the free games icon so there is no limit on how many retriggers or extra spins can occur during the bonus. Bearing in mind the poor way pays this feature seldom rewards you substantially when it’s not offering retriggers, which are necessary to accumulate any decent totals.
Temple Quest Spinfinity slot demonstrates a great contrast to the rest of BTG’s catalogue of games, mainly due to the lack of big-win potential and low to medium volatility. It is therefore definitely not one for the thrill seekers who dream of the four or five figure times-stake wins. I can only reiterate that this slot is a gap filler between the recent big-name releases and it’s rare to see a developer revamp a game and make it arguably worse than before! That said, if you are a Big Time Gaming aficionado and fancy a break from the high volatility of their usual output, Temple Quest Spinfinity could well be your game of choice.
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