Gameplay and Visuals
The five reels and three rows of Tiger’s Eye slots are set to a background image of a hot and humid dense green jungle, with the reels themselves framed by a black and orange Bengal tiger-striped border.
The user can select a maximum of 40 pay lines, set before each spin, with the lowest bet with all 40 pay lines activated at just 40c, whilst the highest is at $20. This game offers a Return to the Player ratio of 96.26%, which is within the industry average for this type of game.
When looking towards the lower side of the paytable, you can expect to find the standard playing card symbols, which range from 10 to Ace, where landing 3, 4 or 5 10 symbols will return you 5,12 or 150 coins. On the other hand, the Ace will reward you with either 15, 40 or 150 coins should you land either 3,4 or 5 on a pay line.
Some of the jungle’s most celebrated animals are represented in this game at the higher end of the paytable, including a deer, a peacock and a monkey. Still, the most valuable symbol in the base game is the unique Tiger’s Eye. Landing five of these on a pay line will return you 1,000 coins.
While the Golden Tiger Statue represents the scatter symbol in this game, it has two different roles. Firstly, it is the symbol that will launch the free spins round, but additionally, it offers its pay-out should you land three or more of them in a pay line. You could win 200x your unit stake.
There is only one bonus feature in this game: the free spins round, which triggers when you land three or more of the Golden Tiger Statue symbol. If you are lucky enough to land this, you will receive ten free spins and a payout depending on how many you landed on a pay line.
Your multiplier will rise by 1x your stake for every free spin, and the game plays these free spins automatically, but there is no chance to retrigger the free spins. It’s a one time deal unless you get three or more Golden Tiger Statue symbols on a standard spin.