Developer Play’n GO has launched its brand-new video slot, Leprechaun’s Vault.
The slot follows Larkin the Lucky Leprechaun whose luck seems to have run out after the keys to his magical vault were stolen by the mischievous fairies of the fen. You’re tasked with helping Larkin retrieve the keys while also making wins.
Leprechaun’s Vault uses a 5×3 layout with 20 paylines, and it has an RTP of 94.2% with medium to high variance, which means you’re more likely to make larger infrequent wins when playing.
The slot requires a bet of between £0.20 and £100 per spin, and its symbols include a bag of coins as a Wild symbol, keys as Scatter symbols, Larkin the Lucky Leprechaun, a female leprechaun, a male and female fairy, a green top hat, a horseshoe, and the usual A, K, Q, J, and 10 symbols too.
Leprechaun’s Vault is available with all Play’n GO-partnered mobile casinos, including PlayOJO, 44Aces, Playjango, Videoslots, Slots Million, Casumo, Mr Green, Casimba, and numerous other casinos.
The Leprechaun’s Vault slot comes with several special features, including Multiplier Wild symbols that substitute for all symbols except Scatter symbols. Wild symbols can only appear on the second, third, and fourth reels, and each Wild symbol will have a Multiplier of between 2x and 4x.
Meanwhile, landing three Scatter symbols triggers the Treasure Free Spins. Before the feature begins, the Vault is presented and the number of Free Spins is determined by the Vault combination. The correct number of codes on each Vault cylinder add together to determine the total number of spins, up to 24.
During the Treasure Spins feature, there are Sticky Wild symbols that remain in position until the feature ends. Wild symbols contain the Multipliers mentioned above. What’s more, the Treasure Spins feature cannot be re-triggered.
Charlotte Miliziano, the Head of Games at Play’n GO, said in a statement: “The Leprechaun theme is a popular one in the industry, and we think Larkin’s cheeky personality matches Play’n GO’s outlook perfectly.
“Maybe another Irish-themed title is on the horizon… Who knows?”