It's a good game if you have the coins, no point going low it's a heavy hit needed type of slot so be prepared to fund it some before a payout
|Name:||Untamed Bengal Tiger|
|Game Type:||Video slot|
|Whats hot:||Whats not so hot:|
|Decent jackpot||Payouts during the free spins can be a let down|
|Free spins, wilds and scatters||No multipliers during the free spins|
|Superb graphics and audio|
|243 ways to win slot|
|Trailing wilds boosts wins during the free spins|
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With an exciting and exotic theme to boot, Untamed Bengal Tiger is the third and final installment in Microgaming’s ‘Untamed’ series. With 243 paylines and 5 reels the slots takes you deep into a jungle teeming with wild life and tigers. I’m impressed with the free spins feature and the ‘Collect-A-Wild’ feature. Wilds boost wins during the base game by quite a substantial margin. At the bottom of each reel there’s a Wild Counter, a Wild Token is added to it every time a wild pops up.
In the jackpot department Untamed Bengal Tiger is no slouch either and offers a top cash prize of 90,000 coins. Its RTP or average payout percentage returned to the player (RTP) is 96.3%. Aside from its on-point graphics, it comes with a free spins mode, wilds and scatters. The reels are flushed with striking icons like antelope, the tiger’s eye, the tiger, tigress, cubs and card symbols from 10 to Ace. The game is suitable to newbies and to high rollers.
It’s clear as daylight that Microgaming prefers the 243 payline format. In layman’s terms for every spin you make all 243 lines are activated. The coin range is 0.01 up to 0.05 and a maximum of 15 coins per line can be wagered.
Scatters And Free Spins
The scatter icon is the Tiger Eye logo, 3 or more of them triggers the free spins feature which awards you up to 20 free spins. Unfortunately there are no multipliers attached to the free spins but the Sliding Wilds more than makes up for this. When they appear during the free spins they’re responsible for some hefty wins.
When a sliding wild appears during the free spins it slides down the reels and replaced by a wild, instead of just one wild there are 2 which doubles all wins. I succeeded in triggering the free spins and for my trouble I received 10. Unfortunately I was disappointed by the payouts I received-I expected way more. The biggest win I managed was 35x my stake which is a bit meh on all accounts.
Based on my playing experience my biggest win was during the base game, I know it’s pretty unusual but it happens. As lady luck would have it 4 wilds pitched (my eyes nearly popped) and I managed a win of 120x my bet. It happens quite often so don’t fall of your chair when it does. Although the wilds appear sporadically it’s the expanding wilds that offer the biggest cash prizes during the base game.
With a sizeable jackpot I’d say that Untamed Bengal Tiger leans more towards your medium and high-staked players. Unless you’re a low roller you’ll be disappointed by the payouts at the lowest bet levels. The biggest win I had was during the base game, so don’t get excited when you trigger the free spins-you might just walk away with a couple of pennies. Rather focus on the expanding wilds during the main game because payouts can be huge. On an average bet per spin of £0.90 you can win as much as 500x your stake!