Tally Ho is the call that hunters make as they embark on their search for foxes while riding horses very quickly through fields and forests. Although this game is about hunting and aristocracy it turns the tables on the hunters and has the foxes as the hunters who come from elegant mansions and drive fast cars. There are five reels and nine paylines in this game that does not have animation but does have some very well defined cartoon like symbols of characters and places. Players are able to try out this game for fun before placing real money bets and during their try out, they will note the auto play function that allows them to preset the number of spins that they want the game to run for consecutively.
In this game the wild horse is the wild symbol and it can substitute for other symbols and complete a winning payline. When it does complete a winning payline the winnings for that line are doubled. As a symbol in the main game, the wild horse is considered the highest payline symbol awarding players 6000 coins when five appear on an active payline.
The trumpet or bugle as it is called in professional terms is the scatter symbol and this offers players multiplying payouts when two or more appear on the screen. Two of the bugles award players 2x the coin bet placed, three of the bugles award players 4x the coin bet placed, four of the bugles award players 25x the coin bet placed and five of the bugles award players 500x the coin bet placed. 10 free spins are awarded when three and more of the bugles appear on the screen and during these free spins all winnings are quadrupled.
There is one more special optional feature in this game and that is the gamble feature. At the end of any winning spin the player has the option of gambling his winnings. If choosing the gamble feature the player is taken to a new screen where he can guess the color or the suit of a card that is down turned. Guessing the color of the card correcting will double his winnings and guessing the suit of the card will quadruple his winnings but an incorrect guess will lose the winnings for that spin. The player may continue with the gamble feature for as long as he wants or until he loses or reaches his gamble feature. In a game like Tally Ho it is nice to see the swap of traditional roles and see the foxes as superiors running the show.