What is the Tomb Raider Slot?
The Tomb Raider slot is a 5 reel and 3 row Games Global (Microgaming) slot themed on the famous adventurer Lara Croft. This game has 15 pay-lines and a Return to Player (RTP) of 95.2%. It is a low to medium variance slot with a free spins bonus and a pick and click feature, a pretty traditional but popular game.
The scatter is the Lara Croft symbol with her guns crossed, the Tomb Raider logo is the Wild and the statue triggers the pick ‘n click game.
Tomb Raider was launched in December 2004. Microgaming later followed up with a mobile version of the game.
This game is starting to look a bit dated against some of the newer, slicker games like 9 Masks of Fire, we know, but that is part of its charm! It’s superb to play and a hides a gold mine of wins if you are lucky.
There are 5 reels, 15 pay-lines and a jackpot that can net you 7,500 coins. It comes fully loaded with scatters, wilds and a bonus pick ‘n win game. Other Microgaming slots of note are Thunderstruck II and their Mermaids Slot (see MermaidsMillions.net).
Plus now all of their joint ventures with boutique design houses like Just for the Win and Gameburger (the people behind 9 Pots of Gold).
Tomb Raider Slots. How to Play it.
Tomb Raider is a slot machine from Microgaming. It has 5 reels, 15 pay-lines and a max bet of 75 coins (coin sizes 0.05, 0.10, 0.20, 0.25 and 0.50).
This classic game is a branded slot based on the Lara Croft video game of the same name produced by Eidos Interactive. The design is starting to look a bit jaded, but like the Deck the Halls slot, it remains popular because of its game play.
There’s also a series of blockbuster movies starring Angelina Jolie of course.
Pros and Cons
Now a classic!
Free spins pay 3x on all wins
Dated graphics. Or is that the charm?
Tomb Raider Gameplay
This slot machine brings the action and pace of the video game into a neat slot that has plenty of winning potential.
The Tomb Raider Logo is the wild symbol, and the Lara Croft symbol (posing with her guns crossed left) is the scatter which triggers the free spins. It’s a pretty standard set up, but that’s all part of the charm.
The Idol is the symbol that sets off the additional bonus round (see below). Also, you’ll need to watch out for the Plan, Lara Croft and the Tiger and poker cards ranging from Ten to Ace.
This is a full adrenaline slot that will keep you entertaines. It might be looking a little dated these days compared to the likes of the Hot as Hades slot, but it still very popular.
Give it a test, and you’ll understand why this remains one of Microgaming’s most enduring slots.
Temple Bonus Game
When you land 3, 4 or 5 of the bonus symbols on a payline, you will set off the Tomb Bonus game, a classic click and pick game. Choose from 12 statues in the ruins of an ancient temple. You will get the same number of picks as the bonus symbols you landed. Behind each statue is a cash prize.
You can also trigger the bonus game during the free spins, a double whammy if you like.
Games Global (ex Microgaming)
Free Spins, Scatters, Wilds, Click & Win Bonus
Temple, Action, Adventure, Archaeology, Tomb Raider, Lara Croft
How many Tomb Raider games are there?
As well as this original game, there is also the sequel (Tomb Raider 2: Secret of the Sword) and a newer game called Lara Croft: Temples and Tombs that was launched by Triple Edge Studios on Microgaming’s distribution network. The original game is probably still the most popular.
Is the Tomb Raider slot available on Mobile?
Well, this game was originally launched in 2004, so it didn’t used to be. But Microgaming subsequently launched a mobile version and it works really well on smaller screens.
What are the key symbols to look out for?
The symbol of Lara with her guns crossed is the scatter. The Tomb Rider logo is wild and the Statue symbol gets you into the Tomb Raider Pick ‘n Click bonus.