This game’s visuals are jolly and colourful in keeping with the theme. The symbols are well-drawn, and the music is your typical Irish reel, but don’t expect anything genuinely cinematic-like you might find in the latest slots. The generic 10 to A symbols make up the low-value slots, though even these are drawn in a Celtic style, while the high-value symbols are drawn from across Irish culture: Pipes, fiddles, pints of stout and the Leprechaun himself.
This is set against a typically Irish background of green pastures and gently rolling mountains, capped off by a bright and shining rainbow against a blue sky. This game is very generous with its free spins, and you’ll need to make the most of them to win the big bucks because the betting range is relatively small, from 0.20 to 20 credits a spin. The overall RTP is 96% exactly.
This is not one of those games that will let you walk away with armfuls of cash in the main game, so, luckily, there are plenty of bonus options to keep you going. The game logo represents the Wild, and as this game employs stacked wilds, it means you can fill an entire reel with them, getting great bonuses and completing combos as you go.
A second symbol to watch out for is the pot of gold, which has ‘bonus’ written on it, and grants you five free spins whenever it lands. During these spins, the scatter is a four-leaf clover, which appears in the green and golden form, and grants you an extra free spin when it appears. The golden version also gives you a multiplier between 2 and 5, so all in all, you can often get ten free spins and a hefty multiplier with minimal effort.
Also triggered by the pots of gold is the bonus mini-game, a snakes and ladders style trail with a real pot of gold at the end. The number of bonus pots you land determines how many dice rolls you get, and every step along the path grants you bonuses like free spins and multipliers. Crossing bridges let you skip steps, too. In the end, players can get the pot, which contains a multiplier as large as 1000x your bet.