ALL ABOUT TIGER’S GLORY SLOT
Like other studios following in the wake of the BTG Megaways™ revolution, Quickspin has been making strides in 2018 into the arena of high payout, high variance games. Recent releases like Ark of Mystery and Eastern Emeralds have shown a supplier moving with the times. And Tiger’s Glory is another game to add to that list of uber-high volatility beasts!
This is an intriguing game, combining the popular 4,096 ways to win mechanic familiar to anyone who has enjoyed (or not) a few spins on classics like Raging Rhino or Pink Elephants, with a clever battle scene where tigers and Gladiators fight it out to determine whether the players gets the benefit of sticky wilds in the bonus round.
There is massive win potential here and this is a really great slot, but of course beware that this high variance number can rinse you very quickly!
Tiger’s Glory Game Set-Up
For those not familiar with the 4,096 ways-to-win game set up, the slot is built on a 6 reel by 4 row reel set and pays out for any three identical symbols appearing ANYWHERE on adjacent reels (i.e. they don’t have to be next to each other) from left to right, starting on reel 1.
Tiger’s Glory is a high variance slot and available from 40p to £100 per spin.
Tiger’s Glory Game Symbols
The artwork in Tiger’s Glory is pretty special. The game takes place against a backdrop of the Roman Colosseum. The lower value symbols are the card numbers 9 through to Ace, whilst the premium symbols are the gladiators, and the mean-looking Tiger himself, who pays out 10x for six on a payline. There is also an Enraged Tiger symbol that appears in the bonus round only – more on that in a minute.
Look out as well for the wreath wild that appears in the base game to substitute for all others bar the Scatter and Enraged Tiger.
The symbols can appear in stacks of two as well which can create some nice win opportunities if you can stack a few premium symbols together.
Tiger’s Glory Slot Features
Free Spins Bonus Round
Like all good high variance slots, the real wins are really reserved for the free spins bonus round. You can land some in the base game, but don’t expect too much – you need to be hitting scatters and taking it into the bonus game to get the top potential.
So, here’s how it works:
3 Scatters:7 Free Spins
4 Scatters:10 Free Spins
5 Scatters:15 Free Spins
6 Scatters:20 Free Spins
During Free Spins the game benefits from an extra Tiger symbol – the Enraged Tiger. This one has a red border around it to distinguish it from the standard Tiger. When the Enraged one appears, a battle takes place between Tiger and Gladiator – if the Tiger wins then it becomes a Sticky Wild, locked in position for the remainder of the free spins.
Additionally, for the first Enraged Tiger that lands on each reel and wins its battle with the Gladiator will earn you an extra free spin – with six available in total. Meaning you have a possible 26 free spins to play for.
Note also that during your free spins The Tiger does not have to land on consecutive reels to form winning lines.
This is a really good quality game which will appeal to high variance fans and slot streamers looking for massive win potential and prepared to spend some money chasing it down. For those with smaller bankrolls, beware because this one will rinse you in no time. The game mechanic is familiar, but the added interest of the Enraged Tiger giving sticky wilds and extra spins in the bonus rounds adds a nice original feature. Get ready for some epic win videos featuring this one any time soon.
- Massive high payout potential – 12,000x +
- High variance action
- Exciting bonus feature with sticky wilds
- Classy artwork
- Difficult to hit the big payouts