It’s basically a ‘hold and win’ kind of game, whereby each win retriggers another free respin, until no new win is encountered. Playing with 243 ways to win, but with a minimum starting bet of only 20 cents, it is an affordable game to play regularly. However, the game is not designed as a high volatility game, so most wins are mediocre at best, hardly ever going over 50x the stake amount. Big-win hunters may not like this game unfortunately.
There are only two feature games in Luminous Life. One is the ‘hold and win’ Respin, the other is a Free Spins feature game, awarding 5 free spins but without any win multiplier. It should have been 5 sure-win free spins, as in Dolphin Reef, or as in Pimped, but it isn’t. I’ve had a few spins that didn’t pay anything at all during that 5 free spins, so I ended up getting a disappointingly low win.
The ‘hold and win’ Respin feature works both in the base game and during free spins. Any winning combination gets one free respin, so two or more different symbols may be held in position during that respin. Needless to say, the more different symbols being held, the smaller the wins would be. You need to get only one kind of held symbol for better and bigger wins.