The Lucky Lady slots game can be found at casinos offering iSoftBet software. iSoftBet are one of the newer casino software providers on the market but they have managed to tie down some impressive branded slots game contracts. As a standard iSoftBet do not publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help file or paytables. However as part of the UKGC license requirements many UKGC licensed operators have started to publish this information for all of their games. As such we can tell from Trada’s site that the House Edge of Lucky Lady is 4.44% when playing maximum paylines/coins.
Lucky Lady is a 3 reel slots game and each reel is 3 symbols high. The game uses 5 paylines, playing from left to right.
Wild – The Wild symbol is the “Lucky Lady” but only when it lands on the reels as a full stack. Wilds substitute for all symbols other than Jackpot symbols. 1 or 2 full stacks of Wilds will double all wins, except for “Lucky Lady” combinations.
Jackpot – The “Diamond Ring” symbol triggers the game’s progressive jackpot. 3 “Diamond Ring” symbols anywhere on the reels will pay the Progressive Jackpot, which equates to 150 Euros.
I’m never confident when I see a 3-reel slot game and unfortunately for the good people at iSoftBet Lucky Lady does nothing to buck that trend. There are only two things to mention outside of the game’s aesthetic and the house edge. There are Wilds, but only if you land a stack of the game’s most valuable symbol. It pains me to say that the game actually has wilds when they are entirely circumstantial. There is a progressive jackpot, which I know people will be excited about but that is where the excitement ends. No bonus. No Free Spins. Nothing to collect. Essentially, no imagination at all. The game looks as good as one with such a drab theme can. I want to say something positive about this game, I really do, but I genuinely can’t find anything positive to say. Unless you count the fact that there are worse games out there, but by worse, I mean truly God-awful. The house edge doesn’t claw back any points for Lucky Lady, meaning there is next to nothing here for us recommend. This is one you are better off avoiding.