If you like video slots with themes based on Leprechauns and Shamrock stories, and you also love Rock 'n' Roll, then I do not think you have a problem playing a video slot called “Shamrock 'n' Roll” its name sounds great, but in fact, what I like most about this type of theme is the color, because for some reason, I feel that I'm doing much better in green-themed slots.
In any case, I think that this slot developed by “Nektan” is a visually appealing game, but after my debut with it, I think it is also an interesting slot that hides certain winning potential thanks to the fact that it has a pay table with quite acceptable prices, but mainly because “Shamrock 'n' Roll” is a slot provided with a relatively long free spin round; 15 spins for 3 scatters and 25 spins for 4 scatters as far as I could tell.
A couple of aspects that I liked about the free spins round are, first, this round is not extremely difficult to be triggered, and secondly, this feature can be re-triggered with some ease since at this stage of the game, it seems that a greater number of scatters are set to revolve on the reels; in fact, my best round of free spins started with a total of 25 free spins and was extended to a total of 40 spins thanks to the appearance of three more scatters during one of the spins.
Precisely, that round led me to get my best win throughout the game, which amounted to a total equivalent to 51 times my total bet, and although this does not seem like a real big win, for me this value was enough to put a few bucks in my pocket thanks to a few spins before, I had already started a winning streak during the base game that had already helped me to recover much of the losses suffered before the start of this.
I think 96.3% is a pretty good RTP for a video slot of these characteristics, and being honest, I think even though this slot is of medium-high variance, in a single session you can perceive that you actually win 96% of what you bet; and I know that's a pretty subjective statement, but I think the positive numbers in my balance today reaffirm this idea.
Anyway, I think “Shamrock 'n' Roll” has earned the right to a second round with me.