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Microgaming Release Tarzan Slot on Quickfire Software
- December 6, 2016 By Nemanja L. -
It’s time for new slot release from Microgaming, one of the world’s leading providers for the online gaming industry, and their latest game will make everyone stand up and take notice.
As of 1st December, Tarzan online slot is available in Microgaming casinos running on Quickfire software, and this is one slot game you will not want to miss out on.
The famous gaming operator is finally showing signs of recovery after what was a very difficult period and the December release is another proof they are now heading in the right direction.
About Tarzan Slots
The first thing you will notice about Tarzan is impressive visual appeal, which has not been the case with most previous Microgaming titles, but it looks as though the company decided to give the original storyline from Edgar Rice Burroughs’ novel the attention it deserves.
The ripped main character both stands next to the reels and appears on paylines as highest-paying regular icon, with Jane, Archimedes, tiger, chimp, tropical bird, watermelon, orange, apple and plum some of the other icons.
Played at five reels and forty paylines, Tarzan offers players an opportunity to land payouts up to $550,000 through a number of extra features.
Three or more Scatter symbols occurring anywhere trigger the Bonus Wheel, which will in turn award one of Free Spins, Pick-A-Potamus Bonus, Cash Prize or jackpot of up to 1,000 x total bet.
If the wheel lands on Free Spins, you will receive 12 free games with Growing Wilds and Rolling Reels active throughout the feature. Meanwhile, Pick-A-Potamus bonus requires players to select hippos to land cash prizes.
As far as betting options are concerned, Tarzan can cater for both casual gamers and high rollers, seeing as how coin size ranges from $0.01 to $0.50, whereas you can stake up to 10 coins per line. Bear in mind though that maximum 40 paylines are fixed.
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