Tiger’s Claw has an almost mystical feel to it, the slot that’s coming from Betsoft being seemingly dedicated to white tigers and to Asian inspired characters. You see one such character in the main role, that of a Shaman that is supposedly sitting in a tent at the bottom of the mountains.
Other major roles in this slot machine were given to the Himalayas, to white tigers, vultures and tribal masks. The standard symbols have images with Gold Idol Statues, tribal drums, drawings on stones and blue or pink gemstones.
All in all, you will find that Betsoft included a lot of details in the graphics of the game. You see the tall snow-covered mountains behind the reels, with a primitive tent in one corner, presumably with the shaman inside.
Betsoft became quite popular with a series of slot machines that put a big emphasis on stories and great cinematics, but those days seem to be behind them. Look to slot machines from a couple of years ago to find their best work.
Tiger’s Claw is more of a regular slot, something that you can get from other developers as well. The Betsoft slots can still do great feature or design wise, they’re just not as impressive visually now as they were before.
How To Play It
You get to play on 720 ways to win, but only 50 bet lines are considered in your wager. You can increase the number of coins by using the Bet Level, ending up with as many as 250 coins in the wager. The coins will change as needed, but you can get them from $0.01 to $1, no more. You still get a betting range of $0.50 to $250.
The slot’s setup is unusual, but it’s been part of other games as well, it’s not unique. You have 5 reels, with 3, 4 or 5 symbols for each one. A total of 720 ways to win are going to be available. When you form a combination, you need matching symbols to appear on consecutive reels, starting from the left.
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While in other slot machines the scatters tend to appear only once per reel, in Tiger’s Claw there is nothing stopping them from landing multiple times. The downside is that you need the scatters on all five reels, to get something from them. Five scatters will trigger 8 free spins and will pay the bet back to you.
You can have multiple combinations of five scatters though, so the slot can deliver up to 96 free spins in one spin. Even after you get inside, the free spins can continue to be retriggered, though there is a limit to 240 free spins obtained from a single game. The scatter that does this is the Tiber’s Claw Orb.
There is a more regular scatter symbol as well, in the form of the Shaman. These appear once per reel, and no matter where they land, you will get a prize of 2x to 50x total bet, for 3 to 5 visible Shamans.
Getting back to familiar feature territory, the Himalaya Wild is going to be your wild feature. It’s an underwhelming one, giving you better odds of forming wins if it lands on the middle three reels.
The wins that you’re after will reach $5,000 per combination of White Tiger symbols, but luckily you have 720 ways to win on which you can get paid.
Tiger’s Claw doesn’t offer you a standard gameplay experience, and that’s the main plus that I see for it. It’s not one of the best looking Betsoft slots, but that side is not going to be a downside either.
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