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Tiki Paradise

Paradise comes in many forms, but if you want a modern take on what slots Nirvana is, you have to spin Tiki Paradise. Designed by Playtech and featuring a unique twist, this game has the power to give something extra to mobile spinners. What do we mean by this? Simple: If you play via your mobile, you’ll receive extra features! 

Tiki Paradise Slots Game Info 

  • Play from as little as £0.20 
  • Win up to 250x your bet 
  • Extra features for mobile players 
  • Software Provider: Playtech 

How to Play Tiki Paradise Slots 

When you take a trip to the tropical Tiki Paradise, the sand is golden, the sun is hot and the symbols are perfectly set up to help you win some serious cash. In the first instance, you can wager between £0.20 and £600 and play for payouts ranging from 2.5x to 250x your bet. While this would be impressive enough on its own, the word "paradise" invokes certain ideas and this Tiki Paradise is more than capable of matching these ideals with its high roller feature. 

By multiplying your bet by 10, you’ll receive five spins with a guaranteed stacked wild on the reel of your choice. Put simply, if you want a better way to win even more cash, you can increase your bet, play like a high roller and swing the odds in your favour. If that wasn’t enough, three free game symbols on reels 1, 3 and 5 will give you 10 free turns and the combined power of two special features. On top of this, stacked wilds help construct more wins, while wilds inside a section nominated by you will unlock a win shuffle. 

Finally, just to make Tiki Paradise even more of a cool place to play, all mobile spinners get access to the following additional features: 

  • +20 Free Games: Instead of 10 free spins, you’ll receive 30! 
  • Only Masks and Wilds: To help you win more via your mobile, Tiki Paradise will remove all low-value card symbols, so you only have to match masks or wilds to win! 

Suggested Games: If you don’t want to spin on the shore of Tiki Paradise, why not frolic through Fields of Fortune instead?