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Game objective:

Slotblox game is a fixed odds game featuring falling blocks in a grid. The player gets wins by forming one or more uninterrupted horizontal line in the grid. When the game begins, a series of blocks in various shapes will drop from the top of the screen into the grid. All wins are paid as per the paytable.

Game Information:

The minimum bet amount is $0.10 USD and the maximum bet amount is $50 USD.
How to play:

The default selected stake for the game is $1.00. You can change the stake by clicking the "STAKE UP" and "STAKE DOWN" buttons.
Press "PLAY" to start the game.
If one or more uninterrupted horizontal line is formed, the game pays as per the paytable.
If you win, winnings will be added to 'WINNINGS' meter located above the STAKE meter on the screen immediately.
If you lose, the game is over and you can start a new game by clicking "PLAY".
BALANCE: Your remaining game balance, after you have placed the desired STAKE, is shown under 'BALANCE' meter.
Your current game balance is the sum of the amounts displayed under the 'BALANCE' meter and the 'STAKE' meter.
Click on 'GAME LOGS' to view the logs of the games you've played.
Click on 'REBUY' to buy more credits into the game from your PartyAccount.
Click on 'Exit Game' to leave the game and return to the lobby.
The game rules are identical in both real money and play money modes.
FREE PLAYS: If the player forms one or more line with a Magic Block, the game will award 10 free plays. Once the current play is finished, the game will automatically enter Free Plays mode.
'AUTO PLAY': You can make use of this feature for 'hands free' game play. Auto Play plays can be set from 10 games to a maximum of 500 games.
Game rules:

The player has no control over the blocks and where they land as they are randomly determined by the game. The computer plays the game on behalf of the player.
Whenever an uninterrupted horizontal line is formed, the respective line disappears. The more lines the player gets, the longer the game lasts.
TURBO ON: Blocks in various shapes will drop from the top of the screen quickly.
TURBO OFF: Blocks in various shapes will drop from the top of the screen slowly.
Clicking on Mute button on the right top corner of the game screen will turn off the sound and on deselecting it will turn on the sound.
Blocks fall from the top of the screen into the grid at a constant speed.
Blocks cannot be rotated when they fall from the top of the screen into the grid.
Blocks always land in order. The lowest block falling always lands first.
Only one magic block can be triggered at a time in a game.
Magic Block is indicated by the rainbow effect.
The theoretical return to player of this game is 94.50%.
Malfunctions Voids all Pays and Plays.

 

Type of Wins:

The types of wins available to the player are:
Line win for single uninterrupted horizontal line.
Line win for double uninterrupted horizontal line (2 consecutive rows one after the other)
Line win for triple uninterrupted horizontal line (3 consecutive rows one after the other)
Line win for quadruple uninterrupted horizontal line (4 consecutive rows one after the other)
Magic Block Free Plays– 10 free plays are awarded for one or more lines formed using a Magic Block.
Auto Play:

Auto Play plays the game automatically for a set number of games which the player sets at the start.
On selecting the number of games and clicking on PLAY button, the game then continues until it has played the selected number of games (or the player stops the Auto Play).
On completion of the Auto Play, it will resume back to playing as normal.
The number of games field will be enabled depending on the available game balance.
If the player gets a win while in Auto Play, winnings are automatically collected.
During Auto Play, when Free Plays feature is triggered, Auto Play will reset.
Auto Play can be stopped by clicking on ‘Stop Auto Play’ button on AUTO PLAY ACTIVE pop-up which appears after every game.

 

FREE PLAYS: If the player forms one or more line with a Magic Block, the game will award 10 free plays. Once the current play is finished, the game will automatically enter Free Plays mode – the screen background colour will change and a message will flash up saying "10 Free Plays!".
At the end of Free Plays, a message will display the total amount won during Free Plays mode.
All wins during Free Plays mode are doubled.
Free Plays can be re-triggered for an unlimited number of times. Each time Free Plays are re-triggered, 10 free plays are added.
Amount won in Free Plays is added to the WINNINGS meter.
Adding funds to your PartyAccount

To add funds to your PartyAccount, click on 'DEPOSIT' in the 'Cashier' menu, then select the desired deposit option (Play Anywhere clients) or click on 'DEPOSIT' in the 'Cashier' option on left panel in Main Lobby, then select the desired deposit option (Download clients). You can also add funds to your account by clicking on 'REBUY' on the game screen and then clicking on 'CASHIER'. The time taken to transfer funds and the fees charged will vary depending on which deposit option you choose.

What do I do if I reach my betting limits?

If your game balance drops below the minimum bet, Buy-In window will be automatically presented.

To add funds to your PartyAccount, click on the 'DEPOSIT' option in the 'Cashier' menu in the Main Lobby (Play Anywhere clients) or click on 'DEPOSIT' in the 'Cashier' option on left panel in Main Lobby, then select the desired deposit option (Download clients), or click the 'CASHIER' button in the 'Buy-In' window of any game.

I could not complete the game. What should I do?

If you get disconnected in the middle of the base game, the software will automatically complete the game for you. You will be able to find out the result by clicking on the 'Game Logs' button once you have logged back in. If you are still having problems, please contact our 24/7 Customer Care team.

If you get disconnected after triggering Free Plays or in the middle of Free Plays, on reconnection the software will automatically start the Free Plays, if not already started, or resume from where it was disconnected.

 

 

2010

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Rubiks Slot

Rubiks game is a fixed odds game based on the popular Rubik’s Cube® Puzzle. The player selects the stake and then presses the Play button and gets wins based on how many lines and/or sides get completed on the 3 visible sides after the cube is automatically rotated several times. All wins are paid as per the paytable. Rubik's game also introduces Free Plays. Free Plays is triggered when all six letters in the Rubik's logo are highlighted, in which the player is awarded free plays and extra cubes.


Slotbox

Line up a fortune in Slotblox. Take a classic, line-building puzzle game, remove the stress and add plenty of chances to win lots of cash. That’s Slotblox.

Slotblox couldn’t be simpler. When you start playing different shaped blocks fall down the screen into your game grid. Don’t worry about controlling the blocks, the game does that for you.

You can build your way to big money when these blocks create cash-winning lines. Winning lines then disappear, creating more space in the grid and giving your further chances to win.

Get a winning line with the special ‘magic’ blocks and you’ll trigger the free plays feature where’s there’s double money to be won.

See if a fortune’s about to fall your way.

Sands Of Fortune

Sands of Fortune is a five-reel, nine-paylines slot game with a bonus feature game that gives you the chance to win extra prizes. Random number of picks of up to 5 is awarded. You get to select any 1 door in each pick to reveal a prize. 3 or more BONUS symbols appear anywhere in view triggers the bonus feature.


Beat the Bank

Beat the bank is a five-reel, twenty-paylines slot game with a 'free game' and a ‘Beat The Bank’ feature. The Free Games Feature is triggered when Thief appears any where on reels 2, 3 and 4 at the same time. 15 free games are awarded, during which all prizes are tripled, except for Beat The Bank feature win, even though it is triggered during Free Spins. The feature can be retriggered when Thief appears any where on reels 2, 3 and 4 at the same time. The Beat The Bank Feature is awarded when 3 or more Scattered Safe occur anywhere.

Thief appears on Reels 2, 3 and 4 only and substitutes for all other symbols except Scattered Safe.


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20000 Leagues

Game Objective:
20000 Leagues Slot is a five-reel, twenty-paylines slot game with a 'free game' feature. The feature is triggered when 1 or more Submarine appears any where on reel 1,2,4 &5 with a "20,000 Leagues" symbol any where on reel 3.

10 Free Games are awarded for each Submarine in the triggering spin. During the free games all prizes are doubled. If during free games any one or more Submarine appear with a "20000 Leagues" symbol 10 additional free games are awarded for each Submarine appearing any where on Reel 1,2,4,5.

The Submarine only appears on reels 1, 2, 4 and 5 and substitutes for all other symbols except "20,000 Leagues"

"20,000 Leagues" only appears on reel 3 and substitutes for all other symbols

Game Information:
The minimum bet amount is $0.01 USD and the maximum bet amount is $1000 USD.
You can bet on up to twenty lines. The paylines are shown under the Paylines section located on the Paytable (Help) screen.
How to play:
Setting 'LINES': Twenty lines are selected by default. You can decrease or increase the number of lines by clicking on the '+' button or '-' button available under the 'LINES' indicator on the game screen respectively. Selected lines are lit, and unselected lines are not lit. You can also select/deselect Lines by clicking on desired line image at the end of lines.
Max Lines: To play with 20 lines, click on 'MAX' under 'LINES'. If your game balance is not sufficient, this option is disabled.
Setting 'BETS': When you enter the game, a default bet of $0.25 per line is set for all 20 lines, resulting in a total bet of $5.00. You can choose to increase or decrease the bet per line by clicking the '+' button or '-' button available under the 'BET' indicator. If your game balance is less than 5.00, the system will automatically adjust the bet to the next highest possible amount.
Max Bet: To play with 50.00 bet per line, click on 'MAX BET' under 'BET'. If your game balance is not sufficient, this option is disabled.
The number of selected lines is multiplied by the 'bet per line', and the total bet amount is displayed in the 'TOTAL BET' meter, which is located at the bottom center of the game screen.

'RULES': The game rules can be viewed by clicking on the 'PAY TABLE' button on the bottom left of the screen, then 'RULES' button on 'PAY TABLE' screen. You can go back to the game by clicking on the 'GAME' button on the 'RULES' screen.

'PAYTABLE': The 'PAYTABLE' can be viewed by clicking on the 'PAYTABLE' button located on the game rules screen. To calculate the payout amount, multiply the respective prize with the bet per line. You can go back to the game by clicking on the 'GAME' button.
Spin: After the reels stop spinning, any winning combinations on the selected lines, will be paid according to the paytable.
Result: Any wins are indicated by their paylines highlighted and symbols animating. The total win amount is shown at the bottom of the reels as a message and PAID meter is updated with winning amount. The individual line wins are shown at the right end or left end of each winning line.
Repeat Bet/Change Bet: If you have already bet, the settings selected will be automatically carried over to the subsequent spin. Simply click on 'SPIN' to play with the same bet again. To change your bet, use the '+' and '-' buttons under the 'BET' or 'LINES' indicators as explained above.
Credits: Your remaining game balance, after you have placed the desired bet, is shown in 'CREDIT' meter.
Your current game balance is the sum of the amounts displayed in the 'CREDIT' meter and the 'TOTAL BET' meter.

'AUTOSPIN': You can make use of this feature to choose amongst the various options for 'hands free' game play. Options available under this feature are:
Number of spins: The game will automatically spin for the number of spins selected from the drop-down menu.
Spin till win is equal to or exceeds: The game will automatically spin until the win amount is equal to or exceeds the amount selected from the drop down menu.
Spin till any win: The game will automatically spin until the next win.
Spin till feature trigger or bonus round: The game will automatically spin until the next feature or bonus round is triggered.
Spin till my balance exceeds: The game will automatically spin until the game balance is greater than or equal to the amount entered. Note that 'game balance' implies the sum of the amounts given in 'CREDITS' meter and 'TOTAL BET' meter.
Spin till my balance falls below: The game will automatically spin until the game balance is less than or equal to the amount entered. Note that 'Game balance' implies the sum of amounts given in 'CREDITS' meter and 'TOTAL BET' meter.
Play faster: This option lets you play faster than usual by reducing the break time. You must choose at least one of the other available Auto Spin options before selecting 'Play Faster'.
To make use of the autospin feature, click on the 'AUTO SPIN' button in the bottom left of the game screen. When the autospin window opens, check the boxes next to the option(s) you'd like to play with. Select from the drop-down menu where applicable. Click on 'START' to activate the selected options and start the spins. Click on 'CANCEL' to return to the game screen.
You can deactivate 'AUTO SPIN' by clicking on the 'STOP SPIN' button. If spin is in progress, 'AUTO SPIN' will be stopped after completing the current spin. Otherwise 'AUTO SPIN' is stopped immediately.
When playing with multiple 'AUTO SPIN' options, the condition that is satisfied first will take precedence over the others, and the remaining selected conditions will be ignored. You can then choose to either select the same set of options again, or choose new option(s), and proceed with the 'AUTO SPIN'.
Please note: The 'AUTO SPIN' option is not available in play money mode.
Click on 'GAME LOGS' to view the logs of the games you've played.
Click on 'VERSION' to view the current version number of the game.
Click on 'REBUY' to buy more credits into the game from your PartyAccount.
Click on 'EXIT GAME' to leave the game and return to the Lobby.
The game rules are identical in both real money and play money modes.

Game rules:
Play 1 to 20 lines
Payouts are made according to the Paytable
Payline wins are multiplied by the amount staked per payline
Highest win only on each selected payline
Coinciding wins on different paylines are added
All symbols pay Left to Right only
All wins occur on selected lines only.
Submarine only appears on reels 1,2,4 and 5 and substitutes for all other symbols except "20,000 Leagues"
"20,000 Leagues" only appears on reel 3 and substitutes for all other symbols

Free Games Feature:
The feature is triggered when 1 or more Submarine appears any where on reel 1,2,4,5 with a "20,000 Leagues" symbol any where on reel 3.
10 free games are awarded for each Submarine appearing in the trigger combination
A maximum of 40 free games are awarded when Submarine appears any where on 1,2,4,5 reels along with 20,000 Leagues any where on reel 3.
All wins during free games are doubled
The feature can be retriggered with in free games when 1 or more Submarine appears any where on reel 1,2,4,5 with a "20,000 Leagues" symbol any where on reel 3.and rules for award of free games and payoff remains same as above
All Free Games are played with same number of lines and bet per line of the trigger game


Paytable

 

The theoretical return to player of this game is 93.45%


Adding funds to your Party Account
To add funds to your Party Account, click on 'Deposit' in the Cashier menu, then select the desired deposit option. You can also add funds to your account by clicking on 'Rebuy' while in the game screen and then clicking on 'Cashier', or by clicking on 'Deposit' or 'Real Balance' in the My Account section in the left panel of the Main Lobby. The time taken to transfer funds and the fees charged will vary depending on which deposit option you choose. Funds can only be added at the beginning of a new game.

What do I do if I reach my betting limits?
If your game balance drops below the minimum bet you are trying to place, you will have to click on 'Rebuy' to buy in credits from Party Account to your game balance.

To add funds to your Party Account, click on the 'Deposit' option in the cashier menu in the Main Lobby, or click the 'Cashier' button in the 'Buy-in' window of any game. You can also click on the 'Deposit' button or on 'Real balance' in the My Account section of the left panel in the Main Lobby.

I could not complete the game. What should I do?
If you get disconnected in the middle of the base game, the software will automatically complete play for you. You will be able to find out the result by clicking on the 'Gamelogs' button once you have logged back in. You can also find out the result from your Party Account balance. If you are still having problems, please contact our 24/7 Customer Care Team.

If you are disconnected in the middle of the feature round, you will be prompted to complete it after logging back in. After completing the feature round, you can resume playing the same base game, or you can select another game of your choice.

Malfunctions voids all pays and plays

 

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High Noon

High Noon

 

Game objective:

High Noon is a five-reel, twenty-paylines slot game with a High Noon Feature .The game also features a WILD which appears on reels 1, 2, 3 & 4 ONLY. The Wild High Noon Logo symbol substitutes for all symbols other than the Scattered Will Kane symbol. 3 or more Scattered Will Kane symbol occurring anywhere in view triggers the High Noon feature.

Game information:

The minimum bet amount is $0.01 USD and the maximum bet amount is $600 USD.
You can bet on up to twenty lines.

How to play:

Setting 'LINES': Twenty lines are selected by default. Player can select or deselect lines by clicking on the line numbers.You can decrease or increase the number of lines by clicking on the left or Right arrows under the 'LINES' indicator on the game screen respectively. Selected lines are lit, and unselected lines are not lit.
Setting 'BETS': When you enter the game, a default bet of $0.25 per line is set for all 20 lines, resulting in a total bet of $5.00. You can choose to increase or decrease the bet per line by clicking on the Left or Right arrows available under the 'BET' indicator. If your game balance is less than $5.00, the system will automatically adjust the bet to the next highest possible amount.
Max Bet: To play with 20 lines and $30.00 bet per line, click on 'MAX BET'. If your game balance is not sufficient, this option is disabled.

The number of selected lines is multiplied by the 'bet per line', and the total bet amount is displayed under the 'TOTAL BET' meter, which is located at the bottom left of the game screen.

'RULES': The game rules can be viewed by clicking on the 'HELP' button on the game screen. You can go back to the game by clicking on the 'BACK TO GAME' button on the 'RULES' screen.

'PAYTABLE': The 'PAYTABLE' can be viewed by clicking on the 'PAYTABLE' button located in the game screen. To calculate the payout amount, multiply the respective prize with the bet per line. You can go back to the game by clicking on the 'BACK TO GAME' button.

Spin: After the reels stop spinning, any winning combinations on the selected lines, or any scatter wins, will be paid according to the paytable.

Result: Any wins are indicated by their paylines highlighted and symbols animating or, in the case of a scatter win, by their symbols animating. The total win amount is shown at the bottom of the reels as a message. The individual line wins are shown on the right of the reels, at the end of each winning line.

Feature Game: The High Noon feature is activated when 3 or more Scattered Will Kane symbols occur anywhere in view. Then the Will Kane animation and sound starts after which the game screen will change and the High Noon feature game screen will open up. On completion of the High Noon feature, the main game screen is restored.

Repeat Bet/Change Bet: If you have already bet, the settings selected will be automatically carried over to the subsequent spin. Simply click on 'SPIN' to play with the same bet again. To change your bet, click on the Left or Right arrows available under the Bet/ Lines indicator on the game screen respectively.
Total Credits: Your remaining game balance, after you have placed the desired bet, is shown under 'CREDITS' meter.

Your current game balance is the sum of the amounts displayed under the 'CREDITS' meter and the 'TOTAL BET' meter.

'AUTOSPIN': You can make use of this feature to choose amongst the various options for 'hands free' game play. Options available under this feature are:
Number of spins: The game will automatically spin for the number of spins selected from the drop-down menu.

Spin till win is equal to or exceeds: The game will automatically spin until the win amount is equal to or exceeds the amount selected from the drop down menu.
Spin till any win: The game will automatically spin until the next win.
Spin till feature trigger or bonus round: The game will automatically spin until the next feature or bonus round is triggered.

Spin till my balance exceeds: The game will automatically spin until the game balance is greater than or equal to the amount entered. Note that 'game balance' implies the sum of the amounts given under 'CREDITS' meter and 'TOTAL BET' meter.
Spin till my balance falls below: The game will automatically spin until the game balance is less than or equal to the amount entered. Note that 'Game balance' implies the sum of amounts given under 'CREDITS' meter and 'TOTAL BET' meter.

Play faster: This option lets you play faster than usual by reducing the break time. You must choose at least one of the other available Auto Spin options before selecting 'Play Faster'.
To make use of the autospin feature, click on the 'AUTO SPIN' button at bottom centre of the game screen. When the autospin window opens, check the boxes next to the option(s) you'd like to play with. Select from the drop-down menu where applicable. Click on 'START' to activate the selected options and start the spins. Click on 'CANCEL' to return to the game screen.
You can deactivate 'AUTO SPIN' by clicking on the 'STOP SPIN' button. If spin is in progress, 'AUTO SPIN' will be stopped after completing the current spin. Otherwise 'AUTO SPIN' is stopped immediately.
When playing with multiple 'AUTO SPIN' options, the condition that is satisfied first will take precedence over the others, and the remaining selected conditions will be ignored. You can then choose to either select the same set of options again, or choose new option(s), and proceed with the 'AUTO SPIN'.
Please note: The 'AUTO SPIN' option is not available in play money mode.
Click on 'GAME LOGS' to view the logs of the games you've played.
Click on 'VERSION' to view the current version number of the game.
Click on 'REBUY' to buy more credits into the game from your PartyAccount.
Click on 'EXIT GAME' to leave the game and return to the Lobby.
The game rules are identical in both real money and play money modes.

Game rules:
Play 1 to 20 lines
Payouts are made according to the Paytable
Payline wins are multiplied by the amount staked per payline.
All symbols pay Left to Right only, except scattered Will Kane which pays any.
Scatter wins are multiplied by total bet.
Scatter wins are added to payline wins
Wild High Noon Logo symbol doesn’t have any payoff.
Only the highest win on each lit line is paid.
Coinciding wins on different lit lines are all added to your total.
Wins only occur on lines which have been selected.,except scattered Will Kane which pays anywhere.
The Wild High Noon Logo symbol substitutes for all symbols except the Scattered Will Kane symbol. Wild works only in conjunction with other symbols.
Malfunctions Voids all Pays and Plays
3 or more Scattered Will Kane occurring anywhere in the reels triggers the High Noon feature
Wild High Noon Logo substitutes in a winning combination as follows
If one High Noon Logo substitutes in a pay line win then the win amount = payline win * 2
If two High Noon Logo substitutes in a pay line win then the win amount = payline win * 4
If three High Noon Logo substitues in a pay line win then the win amount = payline win * 8
If four High Noon Logo substitues in a pay line win then the win amount = payline win * 16

High Noon Feature Play
Initially the High Noon feature screen will be displayed in black and white and it then turns to color
You as Will Kane will see 9 deputy stars in unrevealed state
Each star you pick will reveal either a cash amount or Frank Miller
If you reveal a cash amount then the amount is added to your total winnings.
The feature ends when you reveal Frank Miller, winning the total winnings you have already collected.
You can therefore potentially pick up to 9 stars

The theoretical return to player of this game is 93.61%

Adding funds to your Party Account
To add funds to your PartyAccount, click on 'DEPOSIT' in the 'Cashier' menu, then select the desired deposit option(Play Anywhere clients) or click on 'DEPOSIT' in the 'Cashier' option on left panel in Main Lobby, then select the desired deposit option (Down load clients). You can also add funds to your account by clicking on 'REBUY' on the game screen and then clicking on 'CASHIER'. The time taken to transfer funds and the fees charged will vary depending on which deposit option you choose."

What do I do if I reach my betting limits?
If your game balance drops below the minimum bet, Buy-In window will be automatically presented.

To add funds to your PartyAccount, click on 'DEPOSIT' in the 'Cashier' menu, then select the desired deposit option(Play Anywhere clients) or click on 'DEPOSIT' in the 'Cashier' option on left panel in Main Lobby, then select the desired deposit option (Down load clients). You can also add funds to your account by clicking on 'REBUY' on the game screen and then clicking on 'CASHIER'. The time taken to transfer funds and the fees charged will vary depending on which deposit option you choose."

I could not complete the game. What should I do?
If you get disconnected in the middle of the base game, the software will automatically complete the game for you. You will be able to find out the result by clicking on the 'Game Logs' button once you have logged back in. If you are still having problems, please contact our 24/7 Customer Care team.

If you are disconnected after triggering or in the middle of the feature round, on reconnection, the software will automatically start the feature round, if not already started, or resume from where it was disconnected. After completing the feature round, you can resume playing the same game, or you can select another game of your choice.

Malfunctions Voids all Pays and Plays.

 

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Tarzan

Tarzan

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Tarzan

Tarzan is a fictional character, an archetypal feral child raised in the African jungle by fictional great apes, who later returns to civilization only to largely reject it and return to the wild as a heroic adventurer. Created by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzan first appeared in the novel Tarzan of the Apes (magazine publication 1912, book publication 1914), and then in twenty-three sequels and innumerable works in other media, authorized or not.

The Tarzan character

Tarzan is the son of a British Lord and Lady who were marooned on the West coast of Africa by mutineers. When Tarzan was a year old, his mother died of natural causes, and his father was killed by Kerchak, leader of the ape tribe into which Tarzan was adopted. Kerchak's tribe of apes is known as the Mangani, Great Apes of a species unknown to science. Kala is his ape mother. Tarzan (White-skin) is his ape name; his English name is John Clayton III, Lord Greystoke (the formal title is Viscount Greystoke according to Burroughs in Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle; Earl of Greystoke in later, non-canonical sources, notably the 1984 movie Greystoke). As a young adult, he meets a young American woman, Jane Porter, who along with her father and others of their party is marooned at exactly the same spot on the African coast where Tarzan's parents were twenty years earlier. When she returns to America, he leaves the jungle in search of her, his one true love. In later books, Tarzan and Jane marry and he lives with her for a time in England. They have one son, Jack, who takes the ape name Korak ("the Killer"). Tarzan is contemptuous of the hypocrisy of civilization, and he and Jane return to Africa, making their home on an extensive estate that becomes a base for Tarzan's later adventures.

In Tarzan, Burroughs created an extreme example of a hero figure largely unalloyed with character flaws or faults. He is described as being Caucasian, extremely athletic, tall, handsome, and tanned, with grey eyes and black hair. Emotionally, he is courageous, loyal and steady. He is intelligent and learns new languages easily. He is presented as behaving ethically, at least by Burroughs' definitions, in most situations, except when seeking vengeance under the motivation of grief, as when his ape mother Kala is killed in Tarzan of the Apes, or when he believes Jane has been murdered in Tarzan the Untamed. He is deeply in love with his wife and totally devoted to her, and in numerous situations where other women express their attraction to him. Tarzan, politely but firmly declines their attentions. When presented with a situation where a weaker individual or party is being preyed upon by a stronger foe, Tarzan invariably takes the side of the weaker party. In dealing with other men Tarzan is firm and forceful. With male friends he is reserved but deeply loyal and generous. As a host he is likewise generous and gracious. As a leader he commands devoted loyalty.

In contrast to these noble characteristics, Tarzan's philosophy embraces an extreme form of "return to nature". Although he is able to pass within society as a civilized individual, he prefers to "strip off the thin veneer of civilization", as Burroughs often puts it. His preferred dress is a knife and a loincloth of animal hide, his preferred abode is a convenient tree branch which happens to be nearby when he desires to sleep, and his favored food is raw meat, killed by himself; even better if he is able to bury it a week so that putrefaction has had a chance to tenderize it a bit.

Tarzan's primitivist philosophy was absorbed by countless fans, amongst whom was Jane Goodall, who describes the Tarzan series as having a major influence on her childhood. She states that she felt she would be a much better spouse for Tarzan than his fictional wife, Jane, and that when she first began to live among and study the chimpanzees she was fulfilling her childhood dream of living among the great apes just as Tarzan did.

Rudyard Kipling's Mowgli has been cited as a major influence on Edgar Rice Burroughs' creation of Tarzan. Mowgli was also an influence of a number of other "wild boy" characters; see Feral Children in Mythology and Fiction.

Skills and abilities
In many ways, Tarzan's jungle upbringing gives him abilities above and beyond those of ordinary humans. These abilities include climbing, clinging, and leaping as well as any great ape. He uses hanging vines to swing at fast speeds, a skill likely acquired because of his primate upbringing.

His strength, speed, agility, reflexes, flexibility, and swimming ability are above average in comparison to most humans. He has wrestled full grown bull apes and gorillas, rhinos, crocodiles, anacondas, sharks, and even dinosaurs (when he visited Pellucidar).

He is capable of communicating with every species of animal in the jungle, short of predators. He can recover from wounds that would kill normal men, such as gunshot wounds to the head. He was trained as a soldier in World War I and possesses advanced learning skills which enabled him to teach himself how to read with nothing but a few books. He is attacked by a sorcerer who is using a magic rock for mind control, only to discover Tarzan is immune to mental probing. Eventually, Tarzan becomes immortal due to a witch doctor's potion.

Literature

Tarzan (book series)

Tarzan has been called one of the best-known literary characters in the world.[6] In addition to more than two dozen books by Burroughs and a handful more by authors with the blessing of Burroughs' estate, the character has appeared in films, radio, television, comic strips, and comic books. Numerous parodies and pirated works have also appeared.

Science fiction author Philip José Farmer wrote Tarzan Alive!, a biography of Tarzan utilizing the frame device that he was a real person. In Farmer's fictional universe, Tarzan, along with Doc Savage and Sherlock Holmes, are the cornerstones of the Wold Newton family. Farmer also wrote two books, "Hadon of Ancient Opar" and "Flight to Opar", set in distant past and giving the antecedents of the lost city of Opar, which plays an important role in the Tarzan books.
Even though the copyright on Tarzan of the Apes has expired in the United States of America, the name Tarzan is still protected as a trademark of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. Also, the work remains under copyright in some other countries where copyright terms are longer.

Critical reception
While Tarzan of the Apes met with some critical success, subsequent books in the series received a cooler reception and have been criticized for being derivative and formulaic. The characters are often said to be two-dimensional, the dialogue wooden, and the storytelling devices (such as excessive reliance on coincidence) strain credulity. While Burroughs is not a polished novelist, he is a vivid storyteller, and many of his novels are still in print. In 1963, author Gore Vidal wrote a piece on the Tarzan series that, while pointing out several of the deficiencies that the Tarzan books have as works of literature, praises Edgar Rice Burroughs for creating a compelling "daydream figure".

Despite critical panning, the Tarzan stories have been amazingly popular. Fans love his melodramatic situations and the elaborate details he works into his fictional world, such as his construction of a partial language for his great apes.

Since the beginning of the 1970s, Tarzan books and movies have often been criticized as being blatantly racist. The early books give an overwhelmingly negative and stereotypical portrayal of native Africans, both Arab and Black. In The Return of Tarzan, Arabs are "surly looking" and say things like "dog of a Christian", while blacks are "lithe, ebon warriors, gesticulating and jabbering". Other ethnic groups and social classes are likewise rendered as stereotypes; this was the custom in popular fiction of the time. A Swede has "a long yellow moustache, an unwholesome complexion, and filthy nails" and Russians cheat at cards. The aristocracy (excepting the House of Greystoke) and royalty are invariably effete. In later books, there is an attempt to portray Africans in a more realistic light. For example, in Tarzan's Quest, while the hero is still Tarzan, and the Black Africans relatively primitive, they are portrayed as individuals, with good and bad traits, and the main villains have white skins. Burroughs never does get over his distaste for European royalty, though.

Burroughs' opinions, made known mainly through the narrative voice in the stories, reflect common attitudes, widely held in his time, which in a 21st-century context would be considered racist and sexist. The author is not especially mean-spirited in his attitudes. His heroes do not engage in violence against women or in racially motivated violence. Still, the attitudes of a superior-inferior relationship are plain and occasionally explicit; according to James Loewen's Sundown Towns, this may be a vestige of Burroughs having been from Oak Park, Illinois, a former Sundown town (a town that forbids non-whites from living within it)--or it may very well be the fact these were common attitudes at the turn of the century.

Also, some defenders of the Tarzan series argue that some of the words Burroughs uses to describe Africans, such as "savage", were generally understood to have a different and less offensive meaning in the early 20th century than they do today.

Unauthorized works
After Burroughs' death a number of writers produced new Tarzan stories without the permission of his estate. In some instances, the estate managed to prevent publication of such unauthorized pastiches. The most notable exception in the United States was a series of five novels by the pseudonymous "Barton Werper" that appeared 1964-65 by Gold Star Books. As a result of legal action by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., they were taken off the market and remaining copies destroyed. Similar series appeared in other countries, notably Argentina, Israel, and some Arab countries.

In Israel in the 1950s and early 1960s there was a thriving industry of locally-produced Tarzan adventures published weekly in 24-page brochures by several competing publishing houses, none of which bothered to get any authorization from the Burroughs estate. The stories featured Tarzan in contemporary Africa, a popular theme being his fighting against the Mau Mau in 1950s Kenya and single-handedly crushing their revolt several times over. He also fought a great variety of monsters, vampires and invaders from outer space infesting the African jungles, and discovered several more lost cities and cultures in addition to the ones depicted in the Burroughs canon. Some brochures had him meet with Israelis and take Israel's side against her Arab enemies, especially Nasser's Egypt.

None of the brochures ever bore a writer's name, and the various publishers - "Elephant Publishing" (Hebrew: ????? ?????), "Rhino Publishing" (Hebrew: ????? ??????) and several similar names - provided no more of an address than POB numbers in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. These Tarzan brochures were extremely popular among Israeli youths of the time, successfully competing with the numerous Hebrew translations of the original Tarzan novels, and are recalled with nostalgia by many Israelis now in their fifties. The Tarzan brochures faded out by the middle 1960s, surviving copies at present fetching high prices as collectors' items in the Israeli used-book market. Researcher Eli Eshed has spent considerable time and effort on the Tarzan brochures and other Israeli pulp magazines and paperbacks. (Hebrew website with cover of "Tarzan's War Against the Germans").

The popularity of Tarzan in Israel had some effect on the spoken Hebrew language. As it happens, "tarzan" (Hebrew: ?????) is a long-established Hebrew word, translatable as "dandy, fop, coxcomb" (according to R. Alcalay's Complete Hebrew-English Dictionary of 1990). However, a word could not survive with that meaning while being identical with the name of a popular fictional character usually depicted as wearing a loincloth and jumping from tree to tree in the jungle. Since the 1950s the word in its original meaning has completely disappeared from the spoken language, and is virtually unknown to Hebrew speakers at present - though still duly appearing in dictionaries.

In the 1950s Syria and Lebanon also saw the flourishing of unauthorized Tarzan stories. Tarzan in these versions was a staunch supporter of the Arab cause and helped his Arab friends foil various fiendish Israeli plots.

Tarzan in film and other non-print media

Tarzan in film and other non-print media
Film
The Internet Movie Database lists 89 movies with Tarzan in the title between 1918 and 2008. The first Tarzan movies were silent pictures adapted from the original Tarzan novels which appeared within a few years of the character's creation. With the advent of talking pictures, a popular Tarzan movie franchise was developed, anchored at first by actor Johnny Weissmüller in the title role, which lasted from the 1930s through the 1960s.

Buster Crabbe's role in the 1933 Tarzan serial Tarzan the Fearless (also issued as a full length movie) launched a successful career in which he starred in over one hundred movies. It would be the only movie in which Crabbe starred as Tarzan. (The serial was re-edited into a made-for-TV feature in 1964.)

Tarzan films from the 1930s on often featured Tarzan's chimpanzee companion, Cheeta. Later Tarzan films have been occasional and somewhat idiosyncratic. Disney’s animated Tarzan (1999) marked a new beginning for the ape man, taking its inspiration equally from Burroughs and Greystoke.

Radio
Tarzan was the hero of two popular radio programs. The first aired from 1932-1936 with James Pierce in the role of Tarzan. The second ran from 1951-1953 with Lamont Johnson in the title role.

Television
Television later emerged as the primary vehicle bringing the character to the public. In 1958, movie Tarzan Gordon Scott filmed three episodes for a prospective television series. The program did not sell, but a different live action Tarzan series starring Ron Ely ran on NBC from 1966 to 1968. An animated series from Filmation, Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle, aired from 1976 to 1977, followed by the anthology programs Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour (1977–1978), Tarzan and the Super 7 (1978–1980), The Tarzan/Lone Ranger Adventure Hour (1980–1981), and The Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro Adventure Hour) (1981–1982). Joe Lara starred in the title role in Tarzan in Manhattan (1989), an offbeat TV movie, and later returned in a completely different interpretation in Tarzan: The Epic Adventures (1996), a new live-action series. In between the two productions with Lara, Tarzán, a half-hour syndicated series ran from 1991 through 1994. In this version of the show, Tarzan was portrayed as a blond environmentalist, with Jane turned into a French ecologist. Disney’s animated series The Legend of Tarzan (2001-2003) was a spin-off from its animated film. The latest television series was the live-action Tarzan (2003), which starred male model Travis Fimmel and updated the setting to contemporary New York City, with Jane as a police detective, played by Sarah Wayne Callies. The series was cancelled after only eight episodes. A 1981 television special, The Muppets Go to the Movies, features a short sketch entitled "Tarzan and Jane". Lily Tomlin plays Jane opposite The Great Gonzo as Tarzan. In addition, the Muppets have made reference to Tarzan on half a dozen occasions since the 1960s. Saturday Night Live featured recurring sketches with the speech-impaired trio of "Frankenstein, Tonto, and Tarzan".

Stage
A 1921 Broadway production of Tarzan of The Apes starred Ronald Adair as Tarzan and Ethel Dwyer as Jane Porter. In 1976, Richard O'Brien wrote a musical entitled T. Zee, loosely based on Tarzan but restyled in a rock idiom. Tarzan, a musical stage adaptation of the 1999 animated feature, opened at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway on May 10, 2006. The show, a Disney Theatrical production, was directed and designed by Bob Crowley. The same version of Tarzan that was played at the Richard Rodgers Theatre is being played throughout Europe and has been a huge success in Holland. The Broadway show closed on July 8, 2007. Tarzan also appeared in the Tarzan Rocks! show at the Theatre in the Wild at Walt Disney World Resort's Disney's Animal Kingdom. The show closed in 2006.

Video and computer games
In the mid-1980s there was an arcade video game called Jungle King that featured a Tarzan-like character in a loin cloth. A game under the title Tarzan Goes Ape was released in the 1980s for the Commodore 64. A Tarzan computer game by Michael Archer was produced by Martech. Disney's Tarzan had seen video games released for the PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Color. Tarzan also appeared in the PS2 game Kingdom Hearts, although this Tarzan was shown in the Disney context, not the original conceptional idea of Tarzan by Bourroughs. In the first Rayman, a Tarzan-like version of Rayman named Tarayzan appears in the Dream Forest.

Ephemera
There have been several Tarzan View-Master reels and packets, plus numerous Tarzan coloring books, children's books, follow-the-dots, Airfix plastic figures and activity books.
Tarzan in comics

Tarzan (comics)
Tarzan of the Apes was adapted in newspaper strip form, in early 1929, with illustrations by Hal Foster. A full page Sunday strip began March 15, 1931 by Rex Maxon. Over the years, many artists have drawn the Tarzan comic strip, notably Burne Hogarth, Russ Manning, and Mike Grell. The daily strip began to reprint old dailies after the last Russ Manning daily (#10,308, which ran on 29 July 1972). The Sunday strip also turned to reprints circa 2000. Both strips continue as reprints today in a few newspapers and in Comics Revue magazine. NBM Publishing did a high quality reprint series of the Foster and Hogarth work on Tarzan in a series of hardback and paperback reprints in the 1990s.

Tarzan has appeared in many comic books from numerous publishers over the years. The character's earliest comic book appearances were in comic strip reprints published in several titles, such as Sparkler, Tip Top Comics and Single Series. Western Publishing published Tarzan in Dell Comics's Four Color Comics #134 & 161 in 1947, before giving him his own series, Tarzan, published through Dell Comics and later Gold Key Comics from Jan-Feb 1948 to February, 1972). DC took over the series in 1972, publishing Tarzan #207-258 from April 1972 to February 1977, including work by Joe Kubert. In 1977 the series moved to Marvel Comics, which restarted the numbering rather than assuming that used by the previous publishers. Marvel issued Tarzan #1-28 (as well as three Annuals), from June 1977 to October 1979, mainly by John Buscema. Following the conclusion of the Marvel series the character had no regular comic book publisher for a number of years. During this period Blackthorne Comics published Tarzan in 1986, and Malibu Comics published Tarzan comics in 1992. Dark Horse Comics has published various Tarzan series from 1996 to the present, including reprints of works from previous publishers like Gold Key and DC, and joint projects with other publishers featuring crossovers with other characters.

There have also been a number of different comic book projects from other publishers over the years, in addition to various minor appearances of Tarzan in other comic books. The Japanese manga series Jungle no Ouja Ta-chan (King of the Jungle Ta-chan) by Tokuhiro Masaya was based loosely on Tarzan. Also, manga "god" Osamu Tezuka created a Tarzan manga in 1948 entitled Tarzan no Himitsu Kichi (Tarzan's Secret Base).

In a one off mini series Tarzan teamed with Batman. The art was supplied by Igor Kordey.

Works inspired by Tarzan

In the 1940s, the Finnish writer Lahja Valakivi published several adventure novels about Tarsa karhumies, i.e., Tarsa the Bear Man. The books were obviously inspired by Tarzan, but they were adapted into a Finnish setting: as there are no apes in Finland, the hero Tarsa was raised by bears instead.

In Asia, Philippine Cinema's inclination in satirizing western entertainment produced Starzan, a comedy film loosely based on the original Tarzan franchise. It stars Filipino comedic actor Joey De Leon as Starzan, Rene Requiestas as "Chitae", and Zsa Zsa Padilla as Jane.

Tarzan appears briefly as a character in the book Lust, by Geoff Ryman.

Trivia

Tarzana, California, where Burroughs made his home, was renamed in honor of Tarzan in 1927.

Michael Heseltine, a former British MP and senior government minister, is nicknamed Tarzan in honour of his having once seized the ceremonial mace in the House of Commons and swung it about his head in the middle of a debate. This action, together with Heseltine's flowing golden hair, was said to be distinctly in the style of Tarzan.

The March 1959 issue of Man's Adventure published a story titled “The Man Who Really Was… Tarzan” by Thomas Llewellan Jones. This article claims that Tarzan was based on William Charles Mildin, 14th Earl of Streatham, who supposedly lived among the apes from 1868 (age 11) to 1883, before returning to England. None of the news stories claimed in the article exist in the archives of the London papers, and there is no record of such an Earl in the British peerage. Nonetheless, the story sometimes resurfaces as “fact.” (Credit: Wikipedia)