Lucky Witch delves into the world of a young witch who is on the run from the angry village people, where your job is to provide help in aiding her escape from the clutches of the injustice of the mob mentality. The back story doesn’t really affect the game play, however, it still nice to know the backbone of the game. It is a pretty standard one, from a first glance, one can easily learn the ropes even if they haven’t played any such kind of games. For a seasoned pro, the Lucky Witch slot will seem very similar to any game that has been out for the past six years from Microgaming.
We have the normal card symbols which are filler, as usual, they can help from time to time if they become substituted with a wild symbol, which does indeed multiply any combo it is included in, with a multiplier of time two. The most profitable card symbol is the “A” or ace as some veterans might call it. It will give you up to five hundred coins if you get five of them in one roll, which is not mentioning the possibility of a multiplier in the face of the wild symbol. All of the rest have pretty low payouts, but that’s something too.
The wild symbol, as mentioned above, acts as not only a substitute for all symbols, except the scatter symbol, but also as a multiplier. The scatter, however, will help you get up to fifteen free games all of which have a times three multipliers, this is a really nice feature. The wild is represented by the beautiful on-the-run witch and the scatter is a wizard hat as one might expect it to be.