Lady Luck slot has a very great look and I suppose it intends to show the night life of upper-crust but maybe I’m just wrong here with this theory but what is sure it has a really elegant view and I found fantastic the deep red, purple colour domination on the screen. I think this and the decorated, well-drawn gems, diamond, dices, shamrock, chips symbols are perfect match and together give that great impression.
A little bit misleading the marketing slogan what can be visible everywhere around this game that the main prize here is the eye-popping €250.000 (even the triggering symbol appearing on the reels indicates that number). Of course it’s true if the player has a flexible bankroll and most importantly that bankroll has a lot of credits on it because this huge amounts can only be won if the line bet is €1 and because I’m speaking here about a 20-payline game, that means €20 total bet per spin what I guess is too much for most of the gamblers. But what really angers me is they forgot promoting that the 5 Lady Luck emblems on an active payline just pay only when maximum bet’s in use. Not just that incredible amount but at all. So if get that lucky combination and the line bet is not €1 it doesn’t pay any. That’s why basically the main prize is just 2000 times of line bet. I think such communication is unfair from the developer’s side.
The SkillOnNet’s bonus system works here too and player has to collect 1000 points to trigger the feature. It’s a scratch type side game and the main goal to scratch off 4 Star emblems from 4 attempts. Comparing to other bonus games using this software it has a good payout ability and but it still can’t reach that level what I consider a profitable extra feature.
Dices are the Special Wilds here and only count if 2 of them are involved to complete winning combinations then a randomly chosen multiplier value is added (from x1 up to x6) and the final total won amount is calculated according to this. The ‘normal’ Wild is the Lucky Horseshoe and only substitutes for others. At least 3 Star are needed to get free spins which can be 2-20 spins but like the Wild it also has no additional multiplier number to increase the value of the wins.
It’s not the game’s fault at all how the creators set the Jackpot rules so this thing must be ignored when the final verdict about is made so I can say I very like its decorative and stylish exterior and the game qualities also can follow its footsteps. Playing with just €1 total bet there were occasions when I got some nice returns especially the free spin results surprised me a bit but the base game showed some acceptable payout trend. So it’s an above average slot game in the SkillOnNet game park and maybe that’s why Lady Luck became one of my most frequently game at this platform.