Lara Croft explores a 5-reel system with up to 15 paylines. You can change the coin value from 0.05 to 2 coins, while the coin per line varies from one to five coins. This sets the stage for impressively low bets of 7.5 coins if you activate all 15 paylines.
To play, press spin, though you'll have to switch to expert mode before you can use the auto-play feature. There are also customization options such as the stop button which quickens the spin result—and also a quick spin feature that increases the gameplay speed.
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There are three bonus symbols to keep an eye out for, which are the game's Logo, the Idol, and Lara herself. Starting with the first, the Logo acts as the Wild in the game and can substitute for any other symbol in the game. The only exceptions to that rule are the other bonus symbols.
With that part done, let's talk about Lara Craft, also used by the developers as the Scatter symbol. Whenever you hit three or more Lara symbols on any of the reels, you'll trigger the free spins mode. Inside it, players are awarded a mixture of free spins (up to 10) and a 3X multiplier. You can also re-trigger the free spins if you can hit another three Scatter symbols.
The last bonus is tied to the Idol logos, wherein landing at least three activates the secret level. Inside the tomb, you'll be given three or more idols (depends on your winning combo) to pick from. They too are a combination of free spins and multipliers.
If you like Tomb Rider be sure to check other Microgaming titles.