As you’d expect from a high-profile branded slot game, plenty of effort has been put into the design here. The interior of a temple forms the backdrop to the action. The reels are made up of stone blocks that contain equipment, Egyptian hieroglyphs and Lara in a variety of action scenes.
After a winning combination lands, the successful symbols are removed. New ones drop in and replace them and a new payout calculation is made. These symbol drops continue until no new winner lands. Each successive symbol drop win also increases a multiplier. This starts at 1x then hits 2x, 3x and 5x with each subsequent win. This is known as the Rolling Reels feature.
Those multiplier numbers increase markedly when you trigger the Free Spins feature. To do that you’ll need to land 3 or more scatters on the same spin. Each combination of 3 scatters awards 8 free spins meaning up to 32 free spins can be won initially. Instead of 1x, 2x, 3x and 5x, the multipliers on offer in the free spins are 3x, 6x, 9x or 15x. Re-triggers can boost your winning chances too. You could end up with 48 extra free spins if the scatters fall nicely (giving you 80 if you’re lucky).
Temples and Tombs also offers a chance of landing 1 of 3 jackpot prizes in the Jackpot feature. Any wilds that hit are collected in a meter above the reels. The more wilds, the better the chances of trigger a jackpot. The prizes on offer are 15, 100 or 5,000 times your stake for the Mini, Major or Grand Jackpots.
Microgaming has created a very decent all-rounder here. That’s certainly the case if you like volatile slot games as the variance here is high. Throw the classy design and jackpot prizes into the mix and Lara Croft: Temples and Tombs becomes well worth a look. On each free spin, you can win 7,343 times your stake! I also suggest you try other branded Microgaming slot games with Jurassic World my pick.