Tiger Treasures Slot Game Review
The game of Tiger Treasures is one that may initially look familiar to you. With a variety of games out there all sporting Asian themes, it may seem that you’ve seen one too many Chinese lanterns. However, take the time to really explore this five reel game and be sure to look closely at the symbols scattered over the 20 paylines, as these have been intricately illustrated and conceptualised by the folks at Real Time Gaming. And they’ve done a truly beautiful job. From the ruby to the panda, the butterfly to the orchid, the symbols in this game are gorgeous and have been created by a fine artist.
Once you’re done ogling the symbols though, be sure you have a look at the progressive jackpot amount, which is a little on the low side (currently sitting at about R20 000) but is certainly worth playing for. Wondering what the game of Tiger Treasures is actually about? Well, this penny slot doesn’t have much of a story to tell, and the theme is more of a setting, which is Asia. The symbols, the background and the music all add to the setting, but if you’re expecting big things from this game, you probably won’t get them. the one interesting this this game does have that others do not, is that the symbols pay from left to right and from right to left, which is a little unusual.
The tiger symbol is the wild and appears only on rows two and four, but should you find it, it will substitute for other symbols to complete a winning combination, and it will even act as a triple multiplier. If you find four of the ruby or sapphire symbols for example, it will complete the winning combo on those to give you a payout of 4 500 coins, a very fair amount. However, should you find the scatter symbol, which is the game’s logo, you stand to win a lot more. There up to 25 free spins to be claimed when the scatter appears and during the free spins, which can be re-triggered by the way, you will also be able to access the multiplier.
For those who are in a rush but don’t want to miss out, be sure to make use of the game’s autoplay feature, which has been added by RTG to do all the work for you, even if you’re not physically there. If you prefer to take control, use the game’s stop feature to halt the reels at the exact place you want them stopped.
This is a game that is pleasant overall and has been created with a lot of thought and care, but in our fast-paced world, this may not be enough to keep you excited long-term. While the payouts are decent too, they are nowhere near as large as those you’ll find in some of the other games produced by RTG and though this game will make you smile (who doesn’t love panda bears, right?), it will probably not be able to keep your attention for longer than half an hour.