The Coin is the Wild symbol in the game, but is sadly a dumb Wild symbol that doesn't pay anything for itself. It appears only on reels 2 and 4, it doesn't multiply any wins with it in the base game, it doesn't become stacked or expanded, but does substitute for other symbols except the Scatter symbol. During the free spins, a Wild appearing on reel 2 multiplies any wins by 4x, a Wild appearing on reel 4 multiplies any wins by 5x, and a Wild appearing on both reels multiply any wins by 20x. This is the one to look out for, to provide those good wins during the free spins.
The Tiger is the Scatter symbol, paying a low 50x total bet for getting 5 of them, and getting 3, 4 or 5 Scatters on adjacent reels trigger 8, 16 or 24 free spins, but without any multiplier. Only the Wild symbols would multiply any wins. However. the Free Spins game can be retriggered. As for the other symbols, the Man pays 83.3x, the Woman pays 66.6x, whilst the others pay from 33.3x to 3.3x, all per total bet for getting 5 of each kind. The good 20x multiplier improves the overall paytable from low to an average one.
I wasn't so keen to play this game at first. The graphics are nothing outstanding, the game isn't a new one either, but my curiosity pushed me on to give it a try anyway, which finally turned out to be quite a stimulating experience for me. Hmm. Strange how instincts work sometimes. In my first ever play on Tiger Moon, I managed to get 2 Free Spins games, another rare occurrence with any Microgaming game for me. The first game paid a decent 41x my bet amount, but the second game paid a very nice win with the 20x multiplier, paying out a good 194x total bet win. I was very tempted to carry on playing, but my instinct was saying "run...run...", so I did. Hahaha.