Lucky 5 Reeler slot - Free Play - Game Review
Lucky 5 Reeler is a video slot from Barcrest, and it’s a traditional five-reel, 10-pay line set up which many players are accustomed to.
Lucky 5 Reeler has quite an odd and unique structure, and you will actually see five different screens within your main screen – when you press the spin button, the main slot real in front of you will spin, and whatever symbols land are then transported to one of the four reels you see above – the main reels will then spin again, and the same sequence happens until the fifth and final spin is complete on the main slot.
Below each ‘mini’ slot machine is a text info-graphic of your winnings, if you’re lucky enough to have accumulated any. While this game may sound a little odd and confusing at first, after a while it’s really easy to pick up and makes for a very unique and exciting gaming experience.
One thing that is worth noting is that the minimum stake per spin is £2, so some players may find this game to be out of their budget.
If you are a fan of playing video slots from your mobile phone or tablet, then you will love X’s ability to run perfectly across all types of mobile device.
The game renders really quickly and is very fast to load, and what’s even better is that every time you spin the reels, you will very rarely experience any lag or delay.
This is because the game is designed to run across all types of mobile devices, and it does not matter whether you have a brand-new iPhone six, or an older blackberry bold, you will still be to play and begin enjoying X wherever you are.
You have full customisation over exactly how much you choose to stake per spin, and you can even change the pay lines thanks to the handy settings menu found within the mobile version of the game. Inside the settings menu you will also find audio and graphical adjustment sliders, so you really can fit your gaming experience around your personal preferences.
Pros: A very unique slot the makes playing a different experience every time.
Cons: The music can get a little intense after a while and combined with the high quality graphics, 30 minute sessions are probably more than adequate.