The reels are presided over by a very smartly dressed tiger who emits the odd grunt and checks his pocket watch here and there when the reels are idle. Yggdrasil actually went to the trouble of naming the handsome fella, a certain Dr Tigerstein. But the really impressive part of the slot’s design is the subtle detail that peppers the grid and background. Players will be treated to all sorts of little animations like swinging pendulums, flashing light-bulbs and turning cogwheels. All of these moving parts operate the slot’s time machine, which allows our Tiger to travel to four different zones — but we’ll get into this properly below.
The symbols in play are made up of 4 low value icons, designed up as the usual card suit symbols. The high payers are far more interesting to look at, representing the various historical eras in play. They come in the form of zap guns, potion bottles, shields, Egyptian scarabs and prehistoric tools. These each carry individual values, with the tools being the most lucrative. There’s also a Wild and a bonus Scatter in play, the latter being responsible for triggering the very exciting main special feature. This is also something we get into a little further into the review.