Lucky Leprechaun Overview
It seems as though just about every major developer has their take on the luck of the Irish theme, and Lucky Leprechaun is Microgaming’s attempt. The game was released in 2015 and has been a big success for the company.
As the title might suggest, the game is based around a lucky little leprechaun who is on hand to help you with your quest for riches. The game’s design is clean and straightforward. The backdrop is a bright green Irish meadow, and the soundtrack consists of an upbeat Irish jig. The game also has several fun sound effects that get you in the mood.
Lucky Leprechaun Game Promotions
Lucky Leprechaun has two very generous bonus features that can help get your hands on that mythical pot of gold.
The first of these features is the trail o’ fortune mini-game. This is triggered when you land three or more of the bonus symbols on your reels. You will then be taken to a trail where you have to roll the dice to move forward on the squares. Each square has a multiplier on. The number of bonuses you landed will determine how many rolls of the dice you get.
The other bonus round is a simple free spins round. This can be triggered when you land the four-leaved clover on the fifth reel of the slot. This round will give you five free spins, and each one will also come with a 2x multiplier.
Lucky Leprechaun How to Play
Lucky Leprechaun’s gameplay is nice and straight forward. The game has five reels and 20 fixed pay lines. The first thing you will need to do is to select your stake, which can range from 0.20 to 20. Then you can spin the reels and see if you have the luck of the Irish.
The symbols on the reel stick with the game’s Irish theme. You will find a smoking pipe, the Leprechaun, a four-leaf clover, a pot of gold, and some pints of Guinness. There is also the classic playing card symbols, all in green with Irish style lettering.
Lucky Leprechaun on Mobile
Lucky Leprechaun has been perfectly optimised by Micrograming to work on mobile devices. The game will work on both Android and iOS systems as well as on popular browsers like Google Chrome and Safari.