The heat has been turned up and the Spanish guitar has been brought out to strum on.
It’s time for a few rounds of flamenco dancing in all its sensuous glory.
Flamenco itself is actually an artform which is native to the Spanish regions of Andalusia, Extremadura and Murcia.
It was first made reference to in literature in the year of 1774.
It’s strongly associated with the gitanos, considered to be the Romani people of Spain, and although there are many theories on where it’s influences come from, the most widespread highlights a Morisco heritage, those being former Muslims who converted to Christianity after Spain outlawed the open practice of Islam in the early 16th century.
Flamenco Roses, from Novomatic, presents players with a very nicely designed game, filled with appropriate icons, relevant soundtrack and compelling special features, all of which come together to form one of the developer’s strongest products available.
Flamenco is considered to be one of the most beautiful forms of dancing in the world, and the icons which appear in this game only add to the relevance of such a belief.
You’ll find symbols of such items as the previously referenced Spanish guitar, a gentleman dancer’s hat, ornate bangles and necklaces of the female companion, as well as nicely designed A, J, K, Q and 10 icons.
Of course, a dance such as this can’t be done without the actual artists, so you’ll find both a male and female dancer appearing as symbols on the reels as well.
The game is played on a five reel and three row layout, while Novomatic have also seen fit to include 10 separate pay lines alongside.
These are customisable, so you’re able to reduce the number of active lines to a single one if you prefer.
Furthermore, the bet placed per line is able to be altered from its minimum of $4, right up to the maximum of $100.