Leprechaun goes to Hell : Demo
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Leprechaun goes to Hell is powered by Play ‘N Go. With 5 reels and 25 paylines, it can be played across desktop, mobile and tablet devices from 25p to £5 per spin. The theme is a weird one as it’s about a leprechaun in hell.
Symbols on the reels include the wicked she-devil (named Evilene), a peppy Leprechaun, bubbling potions, melting pots of gold and pentagrams – it looks fantastic even though it resembles NetEnt’s Devil’s Delight. The soundtrack is thundering with an Irish folk music style flute in the background.
The game benefits from 2 wild symbols – Evilene and the Leprechaun. They substitute for any other reel symbol, except the scatter, to form winning combinations. If both Evilene and the Leprechaun are part of a winning combination, your win will be doubled.
There is a Free Spins feature which is triggered when 3 pot of gold scatters appear anywhere on the reels – this will give you 10 free spins with a 2x multiplier (i.e. wins doubled). Look out for 3 scatter during the feature as this gives you an additional 10 free spins and increases the multiplier by 2 (to 4x). You can do this a few times with up to 50 free spins available with a multiplier of 10x!
Then there is an Infernal Bonus feature which is played when 3 Evilene symbols appear anywhere on the reels. You are then award 10 free Infernal Spins. Look out for special heart symbol landing on reel 3 (the middle one) as this gives you additional Infernal Spin – there’s up to 50 Infernal Spins to be won. Furthermore, the Leprechaun acts as a wild symbol which will boost your chances.
Now, the game changes into a blazing 3-reel slot machine with 5 fixed paylines – here is where you can win the progressive jackpots. You can do this with winning combinations which increases the temperature of the thermometer. There are 4 levels of sizzling jackpots – the higher the temperature, the bigger the jackpot you can win. Furthermore, the higher your stake, the higher your chances of winning the top jackpots.
In the base, the Leprechaun and pot of gold symbols can appear on all reels – Evilene only appears on the middle 3 reels. If you get 2 Evilene scatters on the reels, you will receive a free re-spin on the last remaining reel for a second chance to trigger the Infernal Bonus feature.
Leprechaun goes to Hell may sound a little complicated but it’s fairly straightforward once you get going – I really like the theme and animations (all Play ‘N Go slots are superb by the way). The variance is somewhere in the middle with balanced payouts and good wins available in the base game and 2 bonus features. Let’s just hope the fire burning deep in hell spurs your desire to win big in the free spins feature or, better still, trigger 1 of the 4 jackpots.
A fire is burning deep in Leprechaun goes to Hell – a 5-reel, 25 fixed payline video slot. The reels are ablaze with the wicked she-devil ‘Evilene’, a peppy Leprechaun, melting pots of gold, bubbling potions and more that will leave you with a burning desire to win the jackpots! By the way, Play ‘N Go have already released Leprechaun Goes to Egypt so it’s not their first time where they combine popular themes.