The devil may have the best tunes but does he have the best slots? Red Tiger Gaming puts that to the test in Lucky Little Devil. It’s a 5 reel, 10 payline game that comes with special coins that reveal mystery matching symbols and a free spins bonus round. Head to Hades from between 20p and £500 per spin.
The design in Lucky Little Devil has a comic rather than horror feel. Joining the A to 10 playing cards are a trident, a gemstone in a trap and a cauldron full of potion. The best paying symbol is the 666 logo – land 3, 4 or 5 of these in combination and you’ll pocket 200, 300 or 1,380 coins.
Keep a special eye out too for the star symbol – when these land, they can transform into the same matching standard symbol. A new payout is then made with the extra matching symbols in position.
Land 3 of the Lucky Little Devil symbol and you’ll trigger the Free Spins feature – the devil perched to the left of the reels will strike with his fiery trident to reveal the number of free spins awarded.
The Lucky Little Devil can also add a giant lucky coin into play – known as the Little Devil Coins feature. This is a 3×3 block of lucky coins. Just like in the base game, whenever any part of this block lands, the coins will transform into the same matching standard symbol.
The Lucky Devil can also step onto the reels and give you a helping hand to transform a symbol or 2 to create a winning combination. He can also randomly add extra free spins to your total.
The base game action in Lucky Little Devil is a little pedestrian. Yes, the transforming coins can create the odd winning line. You’d hardly call it scorching though. Things really warm up during the feature round though. Land the mega coin fully formed in a 3×3 block and combine with a stack of matching symbols on the other reels and some pretty hot action is possible.
The cartoon design is simply done but is neat and crisp. The hard rock soundtrack is a nice fit for the theme too. This game is all about the bonus round. Get on a roll with the mega coins and the Lucky Little Devil can serve up some impishly entertaining action. If you like the theme, Play ‘N Go’s 7 Sins is highly recommended.