“Leprechauns” are those little men who dance, walk and jump everywhere, always cheerful and always singing; their only concern is usually to care anyone steals gold coins from the pot located at the end of the rainbow, in short, they have a perfect life; but if one of them lets himself be carried away by the desire, then all his life takes an 180 degree turn, and even more, if the woman that makes him fall in love is a She-Devil, it will literally make him go to hell, to work as a slave, withstand heat, sweating like a pig and not to receive a penny in return, perhaps an occasional smile from the pretty woman with pronounced curves and nothing else.
It happens in fairy tales, happens in real life, and in this specific case, it also happens in “Leprechaun Goes to Hell” slot, which by the way, it has been developed by “Play'n GO.”
This slot has a structure of 5 x 3 reels and it is provided with 20 paylines. Play'n GO has also equipped this slot with a wild symbol that in addition to replacing ordinary symbols, it has also a multiplier X2 attached to be applied to all the wins it takes part, and given that this supplier wanted to introduce yet more excitement in this game, it also created a scatter with the image of the beautiful She-Devil, which is not only the symbol responsible for triggering the round “Infernal Bonus,” but also assumes the role of wild symbol to replace regular symbols too.
Not sufficing the above, in the arsenal of this slot it has also been included a round of free spins where all our winnings are initially multiplied by X2, but if we can re-trigger the feature, then we receive 10 additional spins and thereafter all our wins start to be multiplied by X4 instead of X2.
As expected, “Leprechaun Goes to Hell” is not a slot created to ruin the casinos, therefore, the price we pay for continued access to such amazing features, is having to deal with a rather weak paytable, so that during the base game, we will have to get used to receiving tiny payouts the vast majority of times and, of course, some streaks of dead spins, all designed to achieve a balance in cash flow throughout the game.
I personally think that this slot has a really interesting concept, I think, mainly, it is a really exciting and fun game; as for my profits, I can only say that at the end of my session, and jumping among the 3 lowest bet levels, i.e., $0.25, $0.50 and $0.75, when I left the game, I had a balance reflecting a profit of $2.50, which it does not seem to be much, but I appreciate that after all the ups and downs I did not lose a single penny.
If I think of it, I believe that despite its upper-middle volatility, “Leprechaun Goes to Hell” is a slot that could be taken into account when choosing a game to meet wagering requirements; and luck will decide the fate of your money, I simply suggest you do not expect much from this slot, because you already know, devils do not pay very well :)