What wouldn’t we do to win some big cash prizes? Well a good idea is playing Microgaming’s Lotsaloot which is another slot with an Irish theme from the successful company. There’s a progressive jackpot on offer here that you’ll most definitely want to be getting your hands on.
There’s a three-reel version of this game that is also great fun to play, here though we’re taking a look at the five-reel game. It has three rows of symbols and a total of 25 paylines. That’s not a fixed amount so you have to decide just how many to activate. As you’ll read in more detail later, if you want to win the progressive jackpot then you have to activate all 25 lines. Playing the game costs between £
The symbols in this game are rather large and a bit basic to be honest and there’s no stunning backdrop to the game. The symbols look ok though and include a bar, a rainbow-coloured 7, a pot of gold (there’s always a pot of gold isn’t there?) and a four-leaf clover. We also get the ten to Ace playing card symbols as the lower value symbols.
The shiny Lotsaloot logo is the most important symbol in this game. Not only can it substitute for other symbols to get you winning combinations, it’s vital for landing the progressive jackpot, more about that very soon.
To get more information about the game, simply take a glance through the paytable and game rules. Then have some free games to see just how this game operates.
There’s no sign of a free spins bonus round in this game. All the attention is aimed at the progressive jackpot that the game has. So how do you get your hands on this?
To be in with a chance of winning the progressive jackpot (the size of which can be seen above the reels) is going to be your prime objective in this game. Don’t get too carried away though and put your account balance at risk. If you’re making a good profit then keep it.
To be able to get your hands on the progressive jackpot you need to be betting the maximum amount with all the paylines activated. That’s because the game is really clever as the progressive jackpot can only be won if you’re playing the 25th payline. Then your task is to land five Lotsaloot wild symbols on that 25th payline and if you do, then the progressive jackpot is yours.
What we have here is a rather basic game from Microgaming. There are huge symbols that aren’t particularly well designed but not ugly. The soundtrack is passable but if you’re playing for a fair amount of time chasing that progressive jackpot you’ll be tempted to mute it. The progressive jackpot takes centre stage here with no other bonus rounds to be played. Just be careful not to go overboard in your attempt to win it and muck up your financial budget.