The Leprechaun Goes to Hell 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 Hell is 4%.
The Leprechaun Goes to Hell game has 5 reels and each reel is 3 symbols high. There are 25 paylines in the game, playing from left to right. This does not include the “Pot of Gold” Scatter symbol, which can appear anywhere.
The Wild symbols are the “Devil” and the “Leprechaun” symbols.
The Scatter symbol is a red “Treasure Chest”.
Infernal Bonus – This feature is triggered when you reveal 3 of the “Devil” Wild symbols. When this happens you will be taken to a new screen with a new frame consisting of 3 reels with 3 symbols making up each reel. The Infernal Bonus gives the player 10 free spins on the new frame. There are five paylines on this frame, playing from left to right and the Leprechaun symbol is Wild. On the right hand side of the screen you will find the Leprechaun shovelling coal into a furnace. Above the furnace sits a large vial filled with green liquid. The more coins you win the higher the liquid rises, as you try to raise the level up towards the jackpot line. Every time a Heart symbol is reveal during Infernal Bonus spins you win another free spin.
Wild – If the "Devil" and the "Leprechaun" Wild symbols are part of the same payline, the win is doubled.
Scatter – If you reveal 3 “Pot of Gold” symbols on a spin you will trigger the Scatter bonus. This will give you 10 free spins, during which all wins are doubled. Additionally, revealing 3 Scatter symbols during this bonus will randomly multiply your win anywhere between 2 and 10 times its value.
Leprechaun goes to Hell is a relatively fun slots game to play. There is a decent amount of variety to the game play, with the switch from the 5 reel game to the 3 reel game in the Infernal Bonus feature quite interesting. The game also looks good, with the two characters adding a small amount of narrative to the spins, something that is often missing from more basic slots games. The theme is suitably Irish, with Celtic symbols, a repetitive Celtic rock riff and liberal sprinklings of bagpipes droning in the background. The only thing that appears to be missing from the canon of the Irish Leprechaun would be rainbows, but I guess we can live without those. All in all, this is solid game, although, as with most Play ‘n Go games just now the House Edge of 4% can be bettered in games found elsewhere.