Twenty paylines are engaged for each spin on a 5x3 matrix where the action is taking place. The quad symbols, however, are what set the game apart from the competition. Throughout the course of the game, symbols will land with multiple animals on them, giving them that value. It counts as three tigers, for instance, if a symbol lands with three of them on it and is a component of a winning combination. A minimum stake of 0.20 and a maximum wager of 200 are also available, which is a great staking range.
The tiger is the highest paying symbol in the game and will award 30,000 credits if you manage to line up a winning combination with 20 of them. Then, as the number of bidders slowly declines, 19 offers 24,000, 18 offers 18,000, 17 offers 15,000, and so forth. The least it will pay out for a combination of three is 15 credits.
The traditional royal symbols follow. The King and Queen will pay 150 and 125 credits for the same number, respectively, while the Ace will pay 200 credits for five. Last but not least, Jack and 10 are the lowest paying symbols, earning 100 for five-symbol combinations, 15 for four-symbol combinations, and 5 credits for three.
You can get your teeth into a number of Quad Cat extra features. The tumbling mechanic is probably the first thing you will notice. The winning symbols will vanish and be replaced with new ones whenever you win, creating a cascading effect.
The Quad Cat extra spins round is the other key feature. Either 11 or 12 spins are unlocked with three or more scatter symbols. The same paylines and symbols will be active during the game even though the bonus spins will be played on a different set of reels.