Design and Gameplay

Always wanted a tattoo, or already have one? Well, Book of Tattoo can’t put ink on you, per say, but is sure can grant you some amazing prizes up to 75 000 coins. This Fugaso video slot game is sure to give you some ideas for your next visit to the tattoo parlor.

Book of Tattoo does a pretty good job at immersing the player in what is essentially a tattoo parlor experience. The hard rock music is as though it was played on the radio while you were getting that rad tat you’ve always wanted. The color pellet is almost as if it were hand drawn, adding to the humble charm of Book of Tattoo.

The game gives you 10 adjustable paylines and 6 reels in total, including the Extra Bet reel, meaning you can choose between playing with 5 reels or 6 reels. The design of the symbols is smarty devised and follows the theme accordingly. The two black tattoo symbols have the lowest value, just like a black tattoo is cheaper and easier to do that a tattoo of color. The next symbols that pay pretty well are the lion and the purple flowers tattoos. The highest values one are the tattoos depicting a scorpion and a skull.


Book of Tattoo does not have many features but it still is able to impress. The most important one is the 6 reel slots. As is with the choice of getting a tattoo, this choice can be somewhat decisive for some players. The benefit of choosing to play on a 6 reel slot rather than 5 is pretty obvious- the payout is way higher.

The book symbol plays out as a scatter and pays out awesome prizes worth up to 400x whenever six scatters appear on the bet line. Landing on three books is enough to give you 10 Free Spins.

With the gamble feature you can either double your bet or lose it all. All you have to do is to choose the red or black card, and the rest is up to luck.


Fugaso brings in a humble but effective online gambling slot game, that is sure to get you thinking on that much wanted tattoo. We recommend the player to open up that 6th reel and take charge of his luck. Now good luck, and don’t worry. It doesn’t hurt that much.