A spooky slot from the gaming giants that are Microgaming, Lucky Witch is a 15 payline pokie that features a feisty witch and a range of creepy paraphernalia. Lucky Witch has a limited jackpot and an average betting range. There is nothing hugely impressive about the way this game looks, plays or feels. However, there are a few interesting features hiding under the surface.
Lucky Witch has an attractive, rounded, colorful aesthetic, one that looks like it could have been plucked from the pages of a children’s picture-book. An attractive red-head is the star of the show, and she also assumes the role of the biggest symbol. If you get a payline full of these, you can pickup 20, 000 coins in total, whilst other symbols pay 10, 000, 9, 000 and 8, 000.
There is also a stacked wild symbol, although this only substitutes for the biggest 4 symbols.
Lucky Witch can be played for 1 to 20 coins per line, with the coins set at between $0. 01 and $0. 20 each.
During the free spins round, the witch symbol becomes wild, returning 2x wins. The free spins round is unlocked via a scatter symbol in the form of a poison bottle, and you can trigger as many as 13 free spins. The scatter itself also returns a big instant win if you get enough of them, although the win is not as impressive if you get just 3 of them.
The free spins can be re-triggered, and there are also a couple of «choose me» rounds to look out for. In one of these you choose from a small number of pumpkins, and in the other you join the red-headed witch in picking from a dozen different potion bottles.
Lucky Witch is a feature-rich game that looks great, but doesn’t have too much in the way of big paylines and high RTPs.