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Leprechaun Goes to Egypt

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RTP 96.75%
RATING 7
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Reels 5
Paylines 20
Min bet size
Max bet size
RTP 96.75
Wild symbols Yes
Free spins Yes
Bonus Yes
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Leprechaun Goes to Egypt Slot Review

The Leprechaun Goes to Egypt game can be found at casinos offering Play ‘n Go software. Play ‘n Go are a growing providers in the industry and have a rapidly expanding portfolio of both slots games and clients. They do offer a full casino platform, but primarily seem to be used as a bolt on package for extra slots games. Play ‘n Go do publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help files. As such we know that the house edge for Leprechaun Goes to Egypt is 3.25%.

The Leprechaun Goes to Egypt game has 5 reels and each reel is 3 symbols high. There are 20 paylines in the game, playing from left to right. This does not include the “Cleopatra” Scatter symbol, which can appear anywhere.

The Wild symbol is the “Leprechaun”, which substitutes for all symbols other than the Scatter and the Bonus symbols.

The Scatter symbol is “Cleopatra”.

The “Pyramid” is the Bonus symbol.

Bonus Features:

If you manage to collect 3 or more of the “Cleopatra” Scatter symbols on any round you will trigger the game’s free spin bonus. At this point Cleopatra transforms into an Irish barmaid, carrying a pint of “the black stuff” and 3 panels will appear in front of you. You can choose to take 5 free spins, multiplying all wins by 6; 10 free spins, multiplying all wins by 3; or 15 free spins multiplying all wins by 2. During the free spins, the “Barmaid” symbol becomes the Scatter but no more free spins can be won. All bets made during free spins will be the same as the bet that triggered them.

To trigger the game’s bonus feature you need to collect three of the “Pyramid” Bonus symbols. When you do so you will need to guess your way through the ancient tombs. You need to guess each door correctly and avoid being caught by the mummy as you try to win 500 times your bet.

Conclusion

Leprechaun goes to Egypt is a confusing mixture of Irish and Egyptian mythology, that if made into a movie would make precisely no sense at all. The pesky Irish sprite appears hell-bent on leaving the glades and brooks behind in order to stir up mischief in a more arid climate. He does so by taking symbols of Egypt and turning them all leprechauny for us. Scarab beetles are crushed by pots of gold and the Sphynx is coloured in with a green pen, along with other such anti-social behaviours. The idea is mad, it makes no darn sense but it can be fun at times. The bonuses are immersive and the game looks seriously good. The House Edge could be a lot worse than it is, meaning there might be better value for money on offer here than the penny pinching Leprechaun would lead you to believe.

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