We all have learned to expect the unexpected when it comes to the game’s producer, Red Tiger. Usually, the video slot content provider typically stands at the forefront of innovation and keeps pushing for what’s possible. However, there are still some areas where Red Tiger plays catch up and still tries to get the big title or larger volume spin video slot. And perhaps will any of the two games we are about to reveal going to close the gap? Well, that we don’t know, but what we do know is that the producer never leaves anything up to plan itself out. On that note, let’s see what is in the pipeline and about to head our way?
In its Riddle Of The Sphinx video slot, Red Tiger willingly or unwillingly follows an emerging trend in the UK. But first things first, the new Egypt-inspired title will play on a default return to player (RTP) of 95.66%. And this is a classic 5-reel, 4-row, and 20-payline game. Plus, the reported max win comes in on a significant 8,002x your bet. Yet, the large wins are somewhat limited as the bet range goes from £0.10 to the relatively low max bet of £10. Still, the video slot will most certainly pick up some excellent UK traction with its bonus game. By which pick up the emerging trend, multiple free spins options. And in the Riddle Of The Sphinx video slot, you get to choose from 4 different scenarios, stretching from 6 free spins with a 1×2 wild symbol with an 8x multiplier. To a thrilling random selection option.
The top video slot producer, Red Tiger, is not exactly famous for the line-up of its grid or cluster pays if you prefer styled games. Nevertheless, this might change with the introduction of Tiki Fruits Totem Frenzy. That is a 7-reel, 9-rows cluster pays game with an RTP of 95.69%. And will include random wilds, symbol transformation, but also free spins. Still, what is not equally impressive is the choice of max win. That, if compared with the market, lands on a bit low 3,319x your bet. Though, keep in mind, we are still waiting on the official release date of said video slots. As such, the final version(s) could differ slightly.