May the luck of the Irish be with you in our new slot
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Everyone knows that in Irish folklore, there are magical beings and objects that bring good fortune, and Thunderbolt’s brand new slot has it in spades!
Paddy’s Lucky Forest is brimming over with omens of luck, and what better time to have these than in a game where luck needs to be on your side. With 721 ways to win, you’re well on your way.
Set to a foot-tapping Irish jig soundtrack, the reels are populated with merry leprechauns, gorgeous forest fairies, glittering pots of gold, four-leaf clovers and rainbows, all waiting to reward you with a win. On top of all the other ways to win, Paddy’s Lucky Forest has three progressive jackpots to jack up your winnings ¬– Major, Minor and Mini. These jackpots are randomly triggered during base play.
This slot has some great features, including Slippery Wilds (four-leaf clovers). The wilds stay on the gameboard, moving down one slot at each spin, disappearing after they move down to the bottom slot. Scatter symbols are the legendary pots of gold. When three or more land on the reels they trigger the free games round, which can be re-triggered during free spins. If three scatter scatter symbols land on reels 2, 3 and 4 they trigger the Pick Bonus round. Choose a pot of gold to reveal how many free spins are awarded, then pick a second one to reveal the multiplier (up to 12x) for that round.
If you’re feeling lucky, Paddy’s Lucky Forest has all the ingredients for a recipe for success. Stir up the pots of gold, pick a four-leaf clover, and you’re well on your way to nabbing a bit of the luck of the Irish!
Available across all platforms. Play Paddy's Lucky Forest anywhere, anytime.
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