Flower power is taking over the matrix of this slot machine, but not in a groovy 1960s way, but in the sense that the flower symbol will get you some free spins. And we all know how much we crave features that come for free. If you’re hoping to trigger this feature, you’ll need three scatters anywhere on the grid, which shouldn’t prove too taxing given the medium volatility of the slot.
All gamers who activate the feature will be rewarded for their efforts by receiving 10 free games. Not only will you get to enjoy some hands free gaming, but all the wins during this time will be tripled in value. What is more, should you find another three or more scatters, you’ll reactivate the free games, and so the process will begin all over again. You can’t go wrong with a basic component such as this, which is why it’s such a favourite of players.
A Real King?
Due to the fact that this title is called King Tiger, don’t go expecting the tiger icon to do much in the way of special features. Surprisingly, NextGen have made that symbol nothing more than a wild. We thought at least there would have been some extras added onto this, such as expanding or sticky trait, but no, it’s just a wild.
We find this rather uninteresting, and an element that doesn’t complement the rest of the game. This may be a small slot in size and appeal, but it still has a lot of worth associated with it, so to downplay its potential in such a way seems unfair. Fortunately for all concerned, it’s probably the only real issue to be found inside the paytable, and so we’re not too displeased.
Here Comes Trouble
Up for your perusal today is a slot machine named Jungle Trouble, from Ash Gaming, a renowned brand but one that hasn’t amassed a huge following. Despite being a more niche label, their games always deliver engaging aesthetics and amusing paytables, as you can see from the 5 reels here.
What you will notice, for all the observant among you, is that the grid is even smaller than King Tiger, with just 15 paylines to work with. This may sound limiting, but do remember that it then reduces the betting range down, meaning you pay less to play. We think you get a lot of game for a min bet of 0.15, but don’t simply take our word for it, make sure to have a go and test it out for yourselves.
King Tiger is a solid gaming experience, but it’s one that is limited from the beginning; it was never made to be awe-inspiring or to challenge traditional slot machines. If you need a quick fix, this is one of those titles that you’d opt for – it’s cheap at between 0.25 and 40 credits, and it appears to be mobile friendly. Though often you can’t play demo modes on your mobile, and so it’s only really mobile for paying customers. Not that it bothers us too greatly, for most people who are opting for the demo won’t want to game on the move.