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The 8 Lucky Charms: Extreme slots game can be found at casinos offering Spinomenal software. Spinomenal is one of the newer software developers in the online gaming market. Alongside many of the smaller casino software providers Spinomenal focus heavily on slots games. The House Edge/RTP of the Spinomenal slots games is listed within the paytable for the newer games in their catalogue. For the older games, as Spinomenal is partnered with UK licensed operators and the UKGC license requires the publication of this information, RTP figures can be found on numerous casino sites. As such, we know that the house edge for 8 Lucky Charms Extreme is 2.4%.
8 Lucky Charms Extreme is a 5 reel game that is 3 symbols high. The game uses 50 standard paylines, playing from left to right.
Wilds – The “Tiger” and the “Dragon” symbol are both Wild, substituting for all symbols, other than Free Spins and Bonus symbols. Three Wilds will multiply the bet by 3 and four Wilds will multiply the bet by 5.
Free Spins – The “Cat” symbol is the Free Spin symbol. 3 or more “Cat” symbols anywhere on the reels will award free spins. If your triggering spin has 3 or more Free Spins symbols forming a winning payline you will receive x2 the bet.
Bonus – The “Ying Yang” symbol is the game’s bonus symbol. 3 or more will trigger the main bonus feature.
Free Spins – Once you land 3 “Cat” symbols and trigger the game’s Free Spins you have to choose how many Free Spins you want to take. You can choose 5 Free Spins, with a x4 multiplier; 10 Free Spins with a x2 multiplier; or 20 Free Spins with no multiplier.
Expanding Wilds – During the Free Spins feature, any “Dragon” Wild that you land on reel three will expand to fill the reel.
Bonus Round – This is a tile flipping bonus where each flipped tile reveals a cash prize. The bonus will end when you reveal 3 symbols that are the same.
8 Lucky Charms Extreme is the (as the name would suggest) more “extreme” version of an older Spinomenal game. The most obvious difference is how the game looks. Everything has been given a facelift; so your Dragons are more detailed, your Cats are less fluffy and your Emperor is now much younger, sporting black hair and beard, instead of grey. The background is also much more lush and brightly coloured. Other than that, it is very difficult to see exactly what is different about this version. All the numbers look the same, from your multipliers, to your payline wins and your house edge. The features are all the same too, so essentially, what we’re looking at here is a game that is only more extreme because it has a dash more colour painted on it. It is worth mentioning the house edge again because it was so good the first time round that if there was one part of the game we didn’t want to see change it was this. As before the game has great value for money and would score higher if there were more features to play with.