No prizes for guessing that Irish Eyes 2 is a slot that celebrates all things relating to luck and the Emerald Isle. It’s a 5 reel, 25 payline slot that comes with a free games feature that offers up to 20 bonus spins where all wins are trebled. Play from between 50 and £100 per spin.
The symbols on the reels include typical Irish stereotypes including four-leaf clover, leprechaun’s pipe, a big green hat and a lucky gold ring. The latter is the most lucrative image offering 1,500 coins if you hit a 5 symbol combo. Joining the leprechaun themed visuals are playing card symbols from ace to nine.
The flame haired woman is the wild and substitutes for all symbols apart from the scatter. Finding just a single wild will give a payout, albeit of just one coin. The rewards get substantially bigger the more you find, right up to 5,000 coins if you hit 5 in a row.
The pot of gold coins is the scatter and offers payouts of between 2 and 100 times your total bet depending on how many you hit. Three or more pot scatters will activate the Free Games feature. Three scatters will give you 10 free games, four will get you 15 with five pots of gold delivering an impressive 20 free games. That’s not all as all wins during the feature are subject to a 3x multiplier and trebled.
The cartoon style imagery is simple enough but nice and sharp against the white reels. The action is set against a fantastical woodland setting and played out to a jaunty soundtrack that has more than a hint of the Ireland.
The sound and visuals on show in Irish Eyes 2 are perfectly acceptable without being flashy. The features are a little underwhelming though – there isn’t a huge amount on offer in the bonus stakes. Yes, those free spins can be lucrative but we’d like a little more variety.
If you like the tried and tested theme you’ll enjoy Irish Eyes 2. If not, there are more entertaining options available elsewhere such as Barcrest’s Rainbow Riches, Leprechaun’s Luck by Ash Gaming and Leprechaun Goes Egypt by Play ‘N Go which combines Irish luck and Ancient Egypt weirdly enough.