About Gonzo's Quest
Gonzo has arrived on the coast of Peru, and is off to find El Dorado, the lost city of gold. Based on the Spanish conquistador Gonzalo Pizzaro, Gonzo’s Quest is a groundbreaking slot from NetEnt. Detailed, 3D graphics and natural sounds make you feel as if you’ve been in Peru for years, while thanks to the Avalanche feature, you might be!
If you enjoy Aztec-themed slots like Aztec Rising, but want a slightly different setting, Gonzo’s Quest is sure to be right up your street - so Peru-se the instructions at your leisure. Just don’t forget about those Avalanches!
How to play Gonzo's Quest
There are 20 paylines in total here, and with 5 reels you’re sure to see a variety of symbols. If you keep matching them, you’re likely to win big too, as the multiplier increases gradually in the base game - you could win up to 5x your total bet if you keep seeing more avalanches than you’d find in the Alps. There are 7 regular symbols, starting out modestly but with big wins possible if you match enough of the most valuable symbols, while the Wild symbol substitutes for all other symbols. As a result, you’re in with a good chance of walking away with something.
Pay table symbols (based on a £1 stake)
Wild This symbol substitutes any other symbols
Free Fall Symbol Each bet line with 3 Free Fall symbols activates 10 Free Falls
One of the original games to include the Avalanche feature, it’s very much a focal point of Gonzo’s Quest. After your second Avalanche, the multiplier increases to x2, while after your third it increases to x3, and after your fourth increases to x5 - that could mean some serious winnings!
If an Avalanche is good, a Free Fall is even better - because who doesn’t love a freebie? Every bet line containing 3 Free Fall symbols will activate a sweet 10 of them, and you can even win more Free Falls as you keep playing. Should you get 4 or more Avalanches, you’ll be in line for a multiplier of x15, which makes the original Avalanche look like a tiny drop of snow! Today - Peru. Where will you conquer tomorrow?