Future Gaming Solutions, or better known as Fugaso in short, is a relatively new games provider, so it isn't surprising to see that Book Of Tattoo has the poorest quality of graphics amongst all the Book games! Hahaha. Most of the symbols are nothing more than a black silhouette of an animal, insect or the sun, and the only symbols that has some colours in them are the Skull, Lion, Scorpion and Flower symbols, not forgetting the main Book symbol itself of course. The overall look of Book Of Tattoo has much to be desired, so perhaps Fugaso guys should seriously look into this matter for their future games. Players want to see beautiful, colourful and interesting looking games - the more 'seductive' it looks, the greater the attraction, like you don't already know it, hehehe.
Book Of Tattoo plays with the same 10 paylines as all the other Book games, and can be played with either 5 reels or 6 reels, as in Book Of Ra 6 Deluxe, but for some odd reason, the minimum starting bet is set at 0.40 EUR per spin! That is 4x higher than the usual 0.10 EUR, so this may become a deterrent for many low-budget players. The Book is the Wild and the Scatter symbol, paying a nice 400x the total bet for getting 6 of them, note 6, not 5, with the Skull as the highest paying symbol at 1500x, whilst the rest pay from 500x down to 50x the total bet for any 6 of them. Needless to say, it is an excellent paytable, as with all the other Book games as well. Not only that, Book Of Tattoo also has random Jackpot Prizes in Mini, Midi and Maxi Jackpots, so these become an extra attraction for big-win hunters!
To be fair, I have not played many times on this game as yet, but my first ever play on it went pretty nicely, giving me a 107x win, which no other Book game has given to me on my first play. This is a good start, so I should be playing this game on and off, and whenever I sense that Skull calling me. Never mind the poor graphics - think of the nice big money instead! Hahaha.