|Game Type:||Classic slot|
|Whats hot:||Whats not so hot:|
|Crazy volatile||Expect many dry spins in quick succession|
|Decent size jackpot|
|captivating audio track|
Where to play?
Tiger’s Glory from Quickspin is a video slot that has 6 reels and 4,096 ways to win. The top cash prize (non-progressive) offered on a single free spin is 13,830x your stake. The game is playable from £0.40 up to £100 per spin on mobile devices and PC desktops.
Once again we’re off to the land of high variance slots action. The theme of Tiger’s Glory is about ancient Rome or to be more precise about gladiators taking on dangerous animals such as tigers in the arena (Colosseum). The good news is that it has an Enraged Tiger Free Spins bonus that allows players to notch up to 26 free spins along with locked symbols for the bigger wins.
We won’t label the visuals as magnificent ‘adequate’ is a more apt word instead. We experienced so many dry spins during the main game that we almost stopped playing the slots, our biggest win at an average bet of £1.20 was 9x our stake. The game is so volatile waiting for the reels to yield a winning spin is like watching paint dry. We kid you not we notched up 15 dry spins in one go!
The Colosseum serves as backdrop for the reels, symbols on them include four gladiators, the tiger, wreath (wild), Bonus (scatter), cards from 10 to Ace (low value). We like the audio track of the slot machine since it has an epic ring to it. The symbol that’s the most valuable is the enraged tiger, 6 of them on the reels at the maximum bet (£100 per spin) pays £12. Payline wins are given when 3 or more symbols (must be adjacent) pitch on reels 1, 2 and 3.
The RTP (average return to player percentage) of Tiger’s Glory is above 95% or an edge to the house of 5%.
The wild is the wreath, winning combos are created by it when it replaces symbols adjacent to it except the Enraged Tiger and Bonus scatter.
Enraged Tiger’s Glory Free Spins
Tiger’s Glory only has one bonus round and it’s the most important one…the free spins feature. It is triggered when 3, 4, 5 or 6 bonus scatters appear any position on the reels during the base game. The free spins awarded are tied into the bonus scatters, for instance, 3 scatters gives you 7 free spins, 4 gives 10, 5 gives 15 and 6 scatters a cool 20 free spins. The tiger symbol boosts payouts during the free spins when it appears.
During the free spins the gladiators fight against the tiger if the enraged tiger is victorious 1 free spin is awarded and it sticks to the reels. Because it’s a re-triggerable free spins feature players can pocket an additional 6 free spins making it a total of 26 free spins.
Tiger’s Glory is so volatile we haven’t seen the likes of it for quite some time. The free spins feature is the only bonus round and the top cash prize of 13,830x your stake is won here. It’s one of those slots where angels fear to tread.
Apart for its exquisite audio a lot of grinding is needed before the free spins feature is triggered. If you don’t have a large bankroll and caution is thrown to the wind chances are good you’ll run out of cash before the free spins is played. In general slots are fun and beautifully crafted but they can also be none of these, Tiger’s Glory fits the bill. Initially we might sound harsh it just our take on matters, beware!
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Tiger’s Glory frequently asked questions
How many bonus rounds does the game have and how many spins must I make before I trigger the free spins?
The slot machine only has 1 bonus round namely a free spins feature that’s initiated when 3 or more bonus scatters pop up during the base game. Depending on how lucky you are you can win anything from 7 to 26 free spins.
The amount of spins needed to trigger the free spins is another kettle of fish. We ventured into treacherous waters with a bankroll of £200 at an average stake of £1.20 bets per spin, yet we failed to trigger it. Yup, it’s that volatile. In hindsight, it’s difficult to tell you exactly how many spins is required if we have to give a figure it will be 130 spins or so.