There are 9 regular symbols in the Lucky Cloverland game. 10, Jack, and Queen are the smallest, with identical payouts. King and Ace are a bit stronger, and the Horseshoe and Pint even more so. The Clover and Leprechaun act as the game’s high-paying symbols.
Honestly, we were pleasantly surprised by the game’s relatively high hit rate. However, most regular wins are relatively modest – 3-symbol combinations rarely cover the stake you used.
All of this makes for a relatively volatile slot game, with a rather average 96.03% RTP.
The Gamble feature, however, elevates Lucky Cloverland slots to new heights. The RTP depends on the shown dealer card, ranging from a whopping 162% for a dealer 2 to just 42% on an Ace.
However, you’re not going in blind. You see the dealer card before gambling, which means you can choose to gamble only on favourable hands. It’s a very profitable endeavor unless you push your luck too much.
If our biggest complaint is that the theme of a slot is not all that interesting, you know we’re looking at a great title. Don’t get us wrong – Lucky Cloverland isn’t some ground-breaking success or something like that. But it’s a well-made effort with an interesting twist that gives it just enough originality to keep your attention.
Out experience of the game included checking the gamble feature on every single win. Similar features in other slots are often an after-thought, but the card comparison mechanic actually adds a lot to this one. It’s also worth mentioning that we’ve seen a similar mechanic in previous Endorphina games, most notably their Voodoo Slot. If Endorphina plans to turn it into a sort of signature, we’re all for it!