Your first decision when opening up More Chilli is whether to play with the ante - this will set you back an extra 5 coins per spin but adds extra free spins to the feature round and improves the RTP rate. If you can afford it, we recommended paying.
The base game action is pretty sedate - things become much more hot and spicy when you manage to trigger the Free Spins feature. To do that, you'll need to land the 3 or more bag scatter symbols anywhere on the reels on the same spin. You'll then be awarded 15 free spins if you've paid the ante or 12 if you haven't.
These free spins play out on 2 sets of reels which spin independently. Keep a special eye out here for the red chilli symbol as you can add extras wilds and reel sets by collecting them. Each chilli that lands is added to a meter - collect 9 of them and you'll add a 3rd set of reels with a stacked wild added to each.
Find 14 chillies and a 4th reel set is opened and the stacked wilds hit on reels 4 and 5. If you're lucky enough to land 30 chillies, reels 3, 4 and 5 on all 4 reels sets are wild. Needless to say, with all these reels and wilds, there are some fantastic winning opportunities here.
The Free Spins feature isn’t the easiest to come by though - expect lengthy spells when the payouts will be as dry as the Chihuahuan Desert. A good run in the feature can bring plenty of treasure though as this is a highly volatile offering.
As far as design goes, you'd be hard pressed to call More Chilli a thing of beauty - it's a basic land-based to online slot conversion. The imagery is pretty clunky and the soundtrack generic. Look out for Commodore 64 style visuals including bottles of hot sauce, roosters, a Sombrero-wearing Mexican and the like.
As basic as the visuals are, More Chilli remains a very playable slot game thanks to the impressive Free Spins. Get lucky here and this Mexican-themed title serve up some very tasty treats. If you like Mexican themed games, Taco Brothers by ELK Studios is excellent.