Electric Tiger is powered by IGT and has 5 reels and 15 paylines – available to play on desktop, mobile and tablet devices from 25p to £10 per spin, this exhilarating release comes with expanding wilds and a superb Wheel Shot Bonus feature where you can advance through increasingly-valuable wheels to win big cash bonuses.
Visually, Electric Tiger is bright and colourful – with neon lights in the backdrop, the neon drawn symbols include cherries, lemons, watermelons, oranges, plums, 4-leaf clovers, horseshoes, golden bells and pink diamonds – the latter is the highest value symbol giving you 32 times your stake for 5 across a payline.
The most lucrative symbol is the Electric Tiger as this is the wild – it replaces all symbols mentioned above and gives you 120 times your stake for 5 on a payline. When an Electric Tiger wild appears on the reels, it will expand to cover the whole reel – this is known as the Expanding Wilds feature. You could, in theory, benefit from 5 fully wild reels on each spin.
The other symbol of importance is the Star symbol which appears only on reel 3 – this will trigger 1 of 2 bonus features. Firstly, you have the Wheel Bonus feature where you get a spin on the highest value wheel to win a cash prize of up to 500 times your stake.
Then you have the Wheel Shot Bonus feature – here you will come across various wheels that increase in value. If you land on a yellow arrow (pointing right), you will win the amount displayed on it and advance to the next more valuable wheel.
If you land on a green arrow (pointing left), you’ll win the amount shown and move back a wheel – it you do this on the 1st wheel, the feature will end. In total, up to 500 jumps are possible meaning plenty of cash prizes.
Medium to high variance, Electric Tiger offers you maximum payouts of 1,800 times your total stake on each spin – you can achieve this is you fill the reels with Electric Tiger wilds. Saying that, you can win pretty big in the Wheel Shot Bonus feature as you can go back and forth across the various wheels collecting cash prizes.
Overall, I really like Electric Tiger – it looks great and has good bonus features which can be highly rewarding. The variance is on the higher side so be patient – the key to winning big is getting 3 or more wild reels or getting lots of ‘jumps’ in the Wheel Shot Bonus feature. If you like the look of Electric Tiger, NetEnt’s Neon Staxx should do the trick.