HOW TO PLAY LUCKY NEKO
We are about to enter an old Japanese store where lucky charms and traditional figurines are sold. The reels of the Yggdrasil product are set on the very counter, so you can look around and examine the shelves as you play the game.
Most of those figurines can be found on the reels as well, acting as high-paying icons. Jars with card suits represent low-value symbols. The Lucky Cat is the Scatter that triggers the Free Spins feature, while the Golden Cat is the Wild that will substitute for all regular symbols.
As for the rules of the game, they are quite easy, despite the fact that one may think that the 2020 release is a complicated game. Lucky Neko features six reels and four rows. During the base game, players will benefit from 40 fixed paylines, which pay left to right, beginning from the far-left reel. The minimum for landing payouts is three of a kind.
Since 40 lines are on the offer, spins will cost you 40 coins each. Thanks to the wide betting range, both penny punters and high rollers will be satisfied, since the lowest you can wager is $0.08, while the biggest possible bet cannot go over $100 per single spin.