Aureus slot review

By Crazy Tooth Studio

Aureus Slot

Aureus Basic info

Game provider Crazy Tooth Studio

Release Date 3/2021

RTP 96.00%

Game Technology HTML5

Popularity Medium

Min bet $0.20

Max bet $80

Max Win bet x 2431

Gamble Feature Non standard reels, Multiplier, Bonus symbols, Re-spins

Layout 3x5

Devices Support all devices

Configurable Winlines No

Volatility Medium

Progressive Jackpot No

Aureus is a slot that takes us back to Roman mythology where the god Jupiter resides on Mount Olympus. Players are invited to join him as they play on this non-standard slot featuring unique paylines, re-spins, and multipliers.

Another slot that was developed by up-and-coming Crazy Tooth Studio, who have been releasing games pretty frequently in the last few months. This slot was made public in 2021 and shows off their ability to think outside the box as well as their unique and exciting appearances. This game features a 3-row, 5-reel playing field but does not calculate wins the way we’re used to.

This is done through a number of different brackets that appear on the screen. All the symbols on the screen have a coin value on them. If the “opening” and “closing” brackets line up exactly, all tiles in between will be added together, and the total coin win awarded. In a way, this means that we are still working with paylines, but they can appear anywhere on the screen and can even be only a single tile.

Obviously, doing things this way will likely either confuse or annoy players as it is rather poorly explained in the game itself. When I went through the paytable, I got a better idea of what was happening, but I don’t imagine a lot of people will think of reading it all. There are other features that are associated with this system, including wilds and re-spins that will increase the likelihood of a win.

Aureus Highlights


Aureus doesn’t really have symbols the same way that other slots have them. The game is filled with literal coins that are either copper, silver, or gold. Each of them has a coin value printed on it. Once there are brackets on either side of a symbol, that coin win is awarded to the player. This can be one symbol or 12 symbols or anything in between.

When it comes to its difficulty, the game is listed as Medium Volatility. The game heavily relies on the brackets dropping onto the screen, and this can just as easily mean no win, a small win, or a large win. Just like in other slots, players can augment their bets, changing it to between $0.20 and $80 per spin.

Obviously, a slot like this also has a jackpot, and players can look forward to a maximum win of 2,431x their bet, which is what I would consider average for a medium volatility slot. I found this game to award wins quite frequently, and they would often be enough to pay back a few spins, but my funds would still stay pretty even. I managed to get a big win during a re-spins mode, and that helped me stay in the positives a bit more.

The game uses only a small number of symbols, and they don’t work the same way. As said, each of them has its coin value printed on it. Instead, we can see what the different symbols have to offer to the game:


Aureus looks rather complicated at first glance, but once you get a hang of the gameplay loop, it’s not that much harder than a regular slot. You could visualize it like this: instead of the reels spinning onto the paylines, it’s the paylines that are spinning onto the reels. Getting two brackets to line up exactly is the only way to get a win, and it’s also the trickiest thing to do. As such, there are some features that are in play:

Everything comes down to getting a symbol between two brackets. When that happens, everything in between is activated. This usually means that the coin values are awarded, but if there are any special symbols present, they are activated. Possibilities include multipliers, re-spins, and upgraded symbols.

This is where the volatility comes into play. During one of my re-spins, I managed to get both a 3x multiplier and a Gold Lightning Bolt between 2 brackets. The Gold Lightning Bolt added all symbols on the screen to the win, and then a 3x multiplier was applied to the entire coin win. This was understandably a huge win, but it’s also pretty rare.


Aureus is a perfect slot for people who are looking for something new while still trying to stay a little close to the slot gameplay. Even though it seems to be completely different, the game still feels like a regular slot. Instead of getting the symbols to land on a payline, you’re trying to get a payline to land on symbols.

It’s a rather simple concept that takes some getting used to, but once it clicked, I really enjoyed it. I think it’s also an excellent example of the type of slot we can expect from this new studio. The game looks great, reminding me of 1990s Disney movies in its appearance.

Maybe the weakest part of the slot is the paytable, as it just shows a big long list of its features with little visual aids. This makes it a bit of a chore to work through for people that are looking to do some research before jumping in. I would recommend just starting to play, and it will become more obvious soon enough.


In what languages can I play Aureus slot?

You can play Aureus in English, Finnish, Swedish, German and 26 other languages.

What currencies Aureus slot supports?

Aureus supports GBP, EUR, USD, CAD.

Leticia Miranda

Leticia Miranda

Slot Games Analyst

Leticia Miranda is a former gambling reporter who knows everything about slot games and is happy to share her knowledge. She has covered a broad swath of topics and trends on gambling and is always full of new ideas and energy. Leticia also has a master’s degree in journalism from New York University and is passionate about writing.