During standard play, Tiger's Eye looks and plays like plenty of other 5-reel slots. There are 40 paylines, offering plenty of chances to win, and players can expect to experience lots of wins every time they start this game up.
If you're feeling lucky, you can also try wagering all of your winnings on the turn of a card to double (if you guess the colour correctly) or quadruple (if you predict its suit) them.
However, the game really shines during its bonus round. Players receive just 10 spins but, with every spin, the multiplier increases i.e. 1x on the first spin, 2x on the second all the way through to 10x on the final spin.
This creates an interesting dynamic whereby players actually find themselves hoping NOT to win on the first few spins because it seems like it should improve their odds on later spins with higher multipliers.
By the time you get to the final free spin, the tension is almost unbearable and it's possible to land a huge win even from one that would be pretty insignificant in standard play.