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Tiger Tiger

Fortune Games® Slots Review of Tiger Tiger Slot Game 

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Tiger Tiger: Slot Overview

G Games has been developing online casino games since 2019, often using quirky humour to give them an individual touch. Past releases have included a game about vomiting unicorns, psychotic sweets, and a game pitting vegans against vampires.

It was interesting to see what the team would come up with for Yggdrasil's YGS Masters Program. It makes sense to bring it and make an impression if you are getting extra facetime from a studio with a longer reach. Unfortunately, Tiger Tiger doesn't do any of those things, making it one of G Games' blandest slots.

Tiger Tiger isn't bad visually, but it's nothing special either. A 5x5, 25-payline grid is set up in a jungle crawling with ruddy great tigers. Maybe a female wildlife expert is accompanying players on their journey, or maybe she's an optimistic tourist hoping to capture some pictures of the wild beasts for her social media page? In case things go wrong, she's armed with binoculars and hopefully packing a bit more heat.

Tiger Tiger's audio effects are its biggest surprise aesthetically. Though the soundtrack itself is a doozy, there are few bleeps or bloops to accompany the action. There's a Bollywood, Arabian assortment performed for a Broadway production. Due to the lack of other sounds, it dives and weaves between the vines.

A low volatility game with mediocre potential and a theoretical return value of 95.15 percent, Tiger Tiger can be played from 25 percent up to £/€50 per spin. Moreover, Tiger Tiger has a low number of paylines relative to its reel and row layout, knocking off a win 17.69% of the time.

In terms of payouts, they occur when at least three matching pay symbols land left to right, except for the highest paying tiger, which only needs two or more to pay out. The lower-paying icons are the 10-A card symbols, while the higher-paying icons are the adventurer lady, the panther, the white tiger, the golden tiger, and the majestic Bengal Tiger. A Bengal Tiger is special not only because five of a kind pays 200x the bet, but because it lands in a 1x4 size while the rest are 1x1 tiles.

Wild reels 2 to 4 feature a hidden tiger lurking in the leaves, ready to pounce. Any symbol except Golden Tiger Scatters, Quickhit Money symbols, and collect symbols can be substituted for it.

Tiger Tiger: Slot Features

Quickhit Money symbols appear on reels 1 to 4, displaying an instant cash win value. The simian collects all of the values when they land on reel 5 along with a Monkey Quickhit collect symbol. As long as there are Quickhit Money symbols in view, players can collect them all.

As well as displaying cash amounts, Quickhit Money symbols may also display one of the four jackpots. A Mini, Minor, or Major bet is worth 50x, 100x, 200x, or 1,000x the stake. Technically, you could win them all at once.

Free spins are triggered by the golden tiger scatter symbol that appears only on reels 2 to 4. You can win 10 free spins by landing 3 of them. There are more instant cash money symbols and more cash collect symbols on the reels during free spins. A scatter hit can still trigger +10 extra free spins without a limit on how many times it can be retriggered. The theoretical hit frequency of Tiger Tiger into free spins is 1 in 176.

Tiger Tiger: Slot Verdict

It didn't take long for a feeling of disappointment to settle in after playing Tiger Tiger. The YGS release might have benefited from some of G Games' patented humour, since Tiger Tiger comes across as completely non-humorous. I don't think it should have been funny, but it's not very fun to play. A lack of sound effects is one thing, but the whole production lacks something as well.

The only exception is someone hankering for Fishin' Frenzy in a jungle full of tigers instead might be able to find it instead. It's nothing remotely exceptional or even above average to compel a player to give Tiger Tiger a try.

Compliments are easier to find than constructive criticisms. The game starts with a sluggish pace, dull gameplay, and borrowed features. Tiger Tiger does not generate much excitement. Eventually, you start daydreaming about other games you could be playing.

In addition to having the collector monkey active in the base and bonus games, the music occasionally triggers exotic thought loops. It might have been more appealing if Tiger Tiger had bigger jackpots. A game with a maximum winning potential of 2,000 times the stake is as good as it gets. Anything remotely impressive will be hard to come up with if you don't land the Grand.

Unfortunately, Tiger Tiger is another unexceptional slot that dilutes the quality of the YGS Masters Program. One of the most magnificent animals left in the wild is the tiger, and their numbers are dwindling. Despite being a thrill-free zone, Tiger Tiger fails to do the beasts any justice.

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