|Manufacturer:||Microgaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.01 – £100.00|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||Yes|
|RTP:||Unknown||Game Type:||Video Slot|
Whether or not you are the type of person who takes astrology seriously, there’s no reason not to check out this smooth online slot from Microgaming. It’s called Lucky Zodiac and it joins a long list of oriental-themed games but there’s nothing wrong with one more – read the full review below to find out about the enhanced feature and an opportunity to gamble your winnings.
Lucky Zodiac is a five reel slot with three rows and up to twenty paylines; the design is not particularly exciting but it’s neat and tidy and bathed in a pleasing dark green. It’s a Microgaming template which will be familiar from various other games.
The high value symbols are a sheep (Aries), a Chinese lantern, a fan, an ornate vase and a blue lotus flower; 10, J, Q, K and A make up the lower values.
The Lucky Zodiac symbol is wild and substitutes for all others except the scatter symbol; that’s represented by a firecracker which animates nicely as part of a winning combination.
This is where the firecracker scatter symbols comes in handy and if you can land three or more anywhere in view you will receive a tasty twelve free spins. On each spin a random multiplier of up to 7x will be applied to any wins.
Additionally, during this round the sheep symbol becomes an extra wild to help out with winning combos although neither wild will replace the scatter symbol.
More free spins can be triggered by landing three+ more scatter symbols during this round.
Any win can be gambled by clicking the ‘Gamble’ button below the reels and here you will get the chance to double or quadruple your win by guessing the outcome of a turn of the playing card. Five wins in a row is the limit.
If you’re so inclined you can keep a track of which winning combos you’ve landed because they will be highlighted on the paytable.
Lucky Zodiac is largely run-of-the-mill and doesn’t demonstrate the quality or creativity we see from other Microgaming releases; however there’s nothing wrong with it so if this theme appeals, give it a go.