|Min bet size||20|
|Max bet size||10,000|
Released May 2020
The 9 Tigers slot can be found at casinos offering Wazdan software. Wazdan is one of the better established software developers in the online gaming market having been in operation since 2010. Unlike many of the smaller casino software providers Wazdan offer a selection of casino table games featuring some of the major table games, with a strong focus on slots games. Wazdan do publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within their games. As such we can say that the House Edge for 9 Tigers is 3.85%.
9 Tigers is a 3 reel game that is 3 symbols high. The game uses standard paylines, with 8 in total playing in any direction across the reels. Some of the paylines also play from top to bottom.
This slot has an Asian theme. The tiger takes centre stake as does the philosophy of Ying Yang.
There are only 3 different symbols in this slot: 2 different coloured Tigers and a Ying Yang symbol that only appears during the Free Spins.
Wild – There are no Wild symbols in this slot.
Free Spins – To trigger the Free Spins you fill the reels with one of the Tiger symbols. Those symbols will remain lock in position throughout the Free Spins. You are given 9 Free Spins and you need to draw as many of the opposite coloured Tiger symbols as you can during them. A set of reels will spin above the symbols stuck in place and if an opposite colour of tiger lands a Ying Yang symbol will appear in their place. The amount you are paid will correspond to the number of Ying Yang symbols that have landed.
Whilst 9 Tigers is a basic slot, it does offer something that could almost be described as original. You only get 3 reels and 8 paylines. There are only 2 symbols in the base game, with 1 addition in the Free Spins. Those numbers do not make for very exciting reading. The Free Spins are unlike many Free Spins games I have seen before, but in all honesty I do not believe that it makes up for the tedium you need to face in the rest of the slot. House edge is decent but I can’t find a reason to recommend this one.