Ten Elements Review

The exquisitely designed 2017 release from Red Tiger entitled Ten Elements showcases a theme which the company excels in. The oriental feel is practically too hard to handle, and it’s…

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The exquisitely designed 2017 release from Red Tiger entitled Ten Elements showcases a theme which the company excels in. The oriental feel is practically too hard to handle, and it’s obviously meant to appeal to all the lover of a good Asian-themed slot.

Ten Elements merges a lot of motifs into a single slot game – adventure, oriental symbolism, phantasy and just a hint of samurai culture. Everything is wrapped up in a pinkish fog and what appears to be a sky up high serves as background.

The reels are partially transparent and the symbols fit in perfectly into their surroundings. Colours like purple, pink, pastel green and golden yellow dominate the screen. Ten Elements refers to 10 different Wild symbols, but more on them below.

Developer

Red Tiger Gaming started out small, making Asian slots more often than anything else, and this has remained one of their main activities. Red Tiger is now strong in the Asian market and their games are some of the best around if you prefer a touch of the Orient.

The company’s modus operandi can be described as a passionate manufacturing of high-quality games with varied extra features, advanced graphics and themes that players respond to. Red Tiger employs teams of engineers of sorts, even psychologists and mathematicians, to make their games remarkable and lasting.

How to Play It

Ten Elements may look like quite a mouthful, but it really is a lovely game with no unnecessary complications. What Red Tiger does with all its games is offer a few slides where special symbols and features are explained when you load the game, so that you know what you’re getting into.

In Ten Elements, base gameplay is centred on four high value symbols and five lower payouts. A big-eyed friendly caterpillar, a pink lotus in full bloom, a fan and a Yin-Yang symbol will pay out big money for combinations of 3, 4 and 5 on a line. Ten Elements has 40 win lines and the symbols are arranged in a 5×4 reels grid.

The rest of the paytable is made out of playing card symbols from Ace to 10 which look like they’ve been painted with a calligraphy brush, alluding to one of Asia’s most ancient arts.

An assortment of ten other symbols is likely to appear on the reels, and they all act like Wilds and give out big payouts. Ten Elements is available on mobile and desktop, with an Autoplay feature enabled if you want to let the game go its own way for a predetermined number of spins.

Special Features

Forget about pick ‘em bonuses, re-spin rounds and tiresome features and embrace the innovative approach of playing with not one, not two – but ten different Wild symbols. Some of them are standard-looking, others are oversized, some even take up entire reels and squares on the screen.

It’s not easy to identify all of them; we see samurai swords, lanterns, various golden objects, dragon-like shapes and a big pink orb adorned with gold as well. The game refers to them as Weapon Wilds.

The Wilds make the screen become a true Asian adventure, with all the rich visuals brought to life. You don’t have to be into Asian culture necessarily to be able to appreciate the outstanding work of Red Tiger developers and the Wild-powered payout potential.

The game also features a Free Spins bonus, which gets triggered by three geisha symbols on reels 1, 3 and 5. Expect no less than 10 free spins and a huge 4×4 Wild for massive wins.

Maximum Payouts

Wild symbols can boost your balance the most in the base play with 888 coins awarded for five of a kind on a paying line.

The game promises a 1,000 the stake win when a proper combination of Wilds appears on the reels, but you might have to wait for that big jackpot a bit longer than you’d like to. The theoretical return to player rate is set at 95.47%, which evens out with most Red Tiger games in general.

Summary

Red Tiger Gaming has a lot of Asian-themed video slots to offer, but Ten Elements is the latest representation of the team’s never-ending interest in all things oriental and impressive creativity when it comes to special features one simply wouldn’t expect.

We see Ten Elements as one of their best work so far, as they’ve brought the graphics to a new high and stylised the symbols gorgeously, making everything about the expanded Wilds. You won’t win a life-changing amount on Ten Elements, but you won’t complain about losing either.

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