Eyecon presents Irish Luck, a 5-reel slot game with 25 paylines. Look out for features like the match and win where you could win up to 100 times your wager. Also present is a Prize Pick feature.
Irish Luck offers gamblers 94.25% RTP and you can enjoy this game for 25p across all devices.
Irish Luck: Theme and Symbols
Inspired by the Leprechaun, Irish Luck from Eyecon is dominated by cartoon- like graphics to create a light scene. There is also a rainbow that can be seen in the background.
Glasses of stout and gold coins get you 100 coins on a payline. Next up are the castles and toadstools that could get you 200 coins. There is also the trail that offers you 300 coins. A pot of gold and the rainbow get you 500 coins a piece.
The most rewarding symbol is the tree with gold coins. If you land 2 or more symbols, you will get 5 to 1,000 coins which are equal to 40 times your wager.
The letters in the word IRISH could win you 5 to 500 coins if you land 2 to 4 letters. Form the entire ‘IRISH’ word and you will pocket 120 times your bet.
The 4-leaf clover is the game’s wild and only appears on reel 2 and 4. It will also substitute all other symbols apart from the 2 scatters
Land 3 or more leprechauns and this feature come alive. You will also get 4 to 50 times your wager if you land 3 to 5 symbols in that order.
You will then get an opportunity to select tree stumps. The number of scatters you land determines the number of picks you get. You will get 100 times your wager should the fairy appear in your picks.
You will get 10 free spins including a 2X multiplier if you land the leprechaun.
Match and Win
Awaken this feature by landing 3 or more fairy scatters. Get 4 to 50 times your wager depending on the number of scatters you land. You could win up to 100 times your wager while on this feature.
To Sum Up
Eyecon’s Irish Luck offers gamblers numerous opportunities to win heavy. This is all courtesy of the Prize Pick feature that could see you land up to 100 times your bet. You could also land the big boy prize of 300 times your wager on a single spin. In conclusion, the game calls for a try once.
Name: Irish Luck
Author: Darren Henley