Lucky Cloverland Slot Review
Green beer is the beverage of choice during St. Patrick’s Day – well, other than Guinness, that is. It’s been around since the 1900s in the US of A, but the concept only took off in Ireland around 1985.
The first green beer was made using a laundry whitener with an iron base known as “blue wash.” The blue reacted with the yellow of the beer to produce green beer but luckily these days, we do things in a (somewhat) healthier way.
Not that I give a shit; my tastebuds are tingling and it's beer they must have! So, grab your favorite tipple and join me as we head on over to Lucky Cloverfields slot from Endorphina.
Welcome to a magical forest known as Lucky Cloverland. Here, leprechauns could be hiding behind trees, shrubs, or just about anywhere! Catching these wee slippery fellas sounds like a lot of work, so I’m going to opt for spinning some reels instead.
The grid is made up of a 5x4-reel configuration. Unsurprisingly, the symbols included a leprechaun, a four-leaf clover, a golden horseshoe, and a tankard of ale.
The game looks magnificent on a phone in landscape mode, with Endorphina’s standard controls being easy to use.
Our luck starts off strong with an RTP of 96% and a lavish max win of €277,600. You can start laying bets at €0.40 and keep going until you reach the €400 mark. Now that’s a spread!
Lucky Cloverland slot has a volatility that sits in the low to medium range, and this means you could get fairly regular wins with low to modest payouts. It also implies that landing that top prize could take some serious work.
Starting us off is the Wild.
This symbol substitutes for all others, except the Bonus Scatter. Wilds appear stacked on reels 2, 3, and 4 in the base game and during the Free Spins round.
Next up are the Free Spins.
These are triggered once you land 3 or more Bonus Scatters. You’ll be awarded 7 Free Spins for your efforts and an extra Wild on top of that. When the round starts, a random symbol will turn into a Wild. Free Spins can be retriggered.
Want a chance to double your winnings? You can with the Gamble feature.
After any win, you’ll see the hamburger menu and the icon on the SPIN button transform. Click the red icon if you wanna take a chance, or the green icon if you’d prefer to collect your winnings.
If you go for the red option, you’ll be faced with 4 cards to choose from, with the objective being that your card needs to beat the dealer’s.
If you beat him, your winnings are doubled, and you can repeat your performance up to 10 times in a row. However, if the dealer comes out on top at any time, you’ll lose all your winnings.
With the Gamble feature, the average RTP is 84% but that does fluctuate.
I had no issues while playing Lucky Cloverland slot. I tested this bad boy on my phone, laptop, and desktop devices using Chrome and Safari, and all was well.
While the max multiplier might seem low – at 694x – if you combine it with the max bet of €400, you’re looking at a top prize of €277,600. And there ain’t nothing wrong with that!
Maybe it’s because St. Patrick’s Day was just around the corner, but it feels like I’ve been reviewing Irish/leprechaun-themed games forever this month.
The thing about testing similar games is you notice the ones that elevate themselves from the rest. Lucky Cloverland slot doesn’t do that, unfortunately. It’s a bog-standard game with only Wilds, Free Spins, and a Gamble feature on offer.
On the plus side, it does come with a decent RTP and top prize, but the low to medium volatility could hinder players who want to scoop up that max win.
It’s a stunningly crafted game, make no mistake about it, but it has its limitations.