Tomb Raider evokes the old video game effectively enough, but with some simple animation and two rather bog-standard bonus features slots purists may get a little bored after a while.
- Software Providers:
- Reels: 5
- # Paylines : 15
- Slot type: Video Slot
- Jackpot type: Pooled jackpot
- Bonus Feature: yes
- Scatter: Yes
- Free Spins: Yes
- Min/Max Bet: £7.50 - £37.50
- Available on mobile:
- max. payout: 97%
- Special Feature: Autoplay
- Great branded slot based on the classic video game starring Lara Croft
- Good jackpots on offer, especially with 5 Wilds and free spins to win
- Free Spins feature triggers regularly, and spins can be retriggered during the feature
- Starting to look a little dated compared to newer branded tie-in slots
- Second bonus feature can only be triggered by hitting symbols on one of the 15 paylines
About TombRaider Slots
While the sequel, Tomb Raider: Secret of the Sword, probably has slightly more to warrant an adventure with Lara Croft, the original slot from Microgaming based on the classic computer game still packs a punch.
If you remember the awesome ’90s video game, Tomb Raider followed the adventures of an upper-class English ‘Indiana Jane’, Lara Croft, who explored the world on the hunt for treasure, rare artefacts and yes – lashings of adventure.
Microgaming’s big branded slot has everything you’d expect from a tie-in: lots of lush graphics straight out of the video game, massive jackpots, and interesting features.
The Tomb Raider logo acts Wild and substitutes for all symbols except the Scatters. There’s a nice 7,500-coin jackpot for hitting five Wilds.
Three or more Lara Scatters triggers a free spins feature with 10 spins to win. All wins are trebled during the feature.
Meanwhile, three or more gold statue bonus symbols on a payline triggers the Tomb Bonus. You’ll be taken to a second screen and you need to choose three golden idols from the 15 on-screen. Here’s your chance to win a jackpot potentially worth thousands of coins.
Tomb Raider evokes the old video game effectively enough, but with some simple animation and two rather bog-standard bonus features slots purists may get a little bored after a while. There’s no doubt there are better video game-themed slots out at the moment, not least Tomb Raider: Secret of the Sword, and if it’s a toss-up between the two we recommend your bankroll goes there.