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An Amazonian Themed Pokie Featuring Free Spins and Max Stacks
Tiger Queen is one of two pokies designed under the ‘Temple of the Tiger’ banner, joining Tiger Prince. The main difference between the two is obviously the leading characters in the queen and the prince, but the bonus features of each game differ too. In this game, the queen is joined by an Amazonian tiger, as well as a snow tiger, a golden coin and an Amazonian idol. Look out for the wild symbols showing the title of the game, always on hand to give any spin a boost.
Reasons to Play Tiger Queen at the Casino
This Aristocrat designed pokie is an involving and visually rich game with the following range of features:
Entry into the game’s main bonus feature is a little different from your average game, where you’ll usually need to hit 3 or more scatters. With the Max Stacked format in play, you’ll need to fill at least three reels with the Amazonian temple.
Things get very interesting now, as you’ll have a choice to make. You’ll choose a combination of a number of spins and the symbol that will be ‘Max Stacked’ during those spins. Here are your options:
A mystery number of free spins with a mystery symbol Max Stacked.
All of this makes for an interesting choice. The highest variance option is to go with the 4 spins. Yes, you’ll only have 4 winning chances, but when you win you’re virtually guaranteed to win big. The 12, 15 or 18 spin options become progressively ‘safer’, with more winning chances, but potentially smaller pay outs. The final option will be the choice for many, as this opens the door to many more possibilities.
If playing Tiger Prince, the free spins feature offers a set number of spins with wilds stacked. This will be the better option for players who can’t make a decision! Many will prefer the options available in Tiger Queen poker machines.
Temple of the Tiger: Tiger Queen pokies are a five-reel casino game showing three symbols on each of the reels. The game pays from left to right and features a total of 50 win-lines, which is on the high side for a pokie with this set up.
The Max Stacked format makes for a very interesting game. Before every spin, a symbol is picked at random as the Max Stacked symbol. This will be the most populous, with long stacks on each reel. Line up those stacked symbols in a row and you’ll be looking at some very impressive pay outs.
It’s the queen herself who is the highest paying in the game, joined by her two tiger companions and the Amazonian idol. The lower end of the pay table is filled by the playing cards 10, J, Q, K and A.
There is no missing the Queen on this Aristocrat designed pokie. She stands tall on the upper screen of the Viridian WS cabinet – and will gain plenty of admirers (much in the same way that the prince would have turned a few heads too). The game itself plays out on black backed reels, while stone blocks are found either side of the reels. A special word has to go out to the highly atmospheric and resounding soundtrack in play throughout.
Temple of the Tiger: Tiger Queen is an exciting and involving pokie. With 50 win-lines and Max Stacks in the base game, you’re never far away from a win and some of these pays can be huge. The game gets a whole lot better during the feature. Now it’s decision time and it’s a tough question being asked. Do you go all out and try to win big on four spins, or do you play it a little safer? You can always choose the mystery option too – which might have you purring.