Lucky Twins has an oriental theme. It is a generic Chinese caricature. The theme does not draw on any one aspect of Asian culture, but rather throws a bunch of symbols together that will pass for foreign and ties it all together with a red and gold colour scheme.
Lucky Twins is developed by Microgaming. All online pokies players, should be familiar with the work of Microgaming.
They have a range of titles and are one of the biggest online pokies developers out there. They even claim to have released the first genuine online casino in 1994. There game are simple to play, normally have lots of pay lines and impressive jackpots.
The Lucky Twins pokies game, is a 5 reel pokies. New players will have no trouble understanding this games simple interface. The panel is located at the bottom of the interface and has three boxes. These boxes display the player’s bets, credits and winnings.
Clicking on any of these three boxes brings up further options to change coin size, and bet on more or less paylines. The music is dreadful. It sounds like busy shopping centre meets a games arcade. The option to turn it off, is in the options panel located bottom right of the screen.
How to play
This is a really simple pokies game, to get one’s head around. The spin button is found on the right hand side of the panel, press it to get the reels rolling. There are 9 paylines. The player can get the info screen up, by clicking on the plays tab.
It is on the very far right of the interface, about half way up the screen. This will show, all the different paylines and values of each symbol. The bet per spin, if a player wants to bet on every pay line is between £2.25 and £45.00. A higher bet will equate to a large pay out if the players wins.
The Lucky Twins pokies does not have many special features. There are no bonus games, which is disappointing. The game only has a wild and scatter symbol.
The Twins symbol is wild and substitutes for any symbol in the game except scatters. The Hat symbol is the scatter symbol. Scatter wins are added to the pay lines of normal wins and they multiply by the player’s bet. The game has a respectable player payback percentage, weighing in at 96%.
Five in a row, of the Lucky Twins symbol pays a tasty 500,000 credits, or 500 coins. The coin size is adjustable and the highest coin value is 100.
This is a neat and tidy game. It is skimpy on features, and is not the prettiest pokies but it plays nice enough. The player payback percentage is a solid 96% and the jackpot is flavoursome. It could do with some more paylines.
That being said, players will find that they rarely go through more than five spins without a win. This game holds a bankroll steady and the panel is very nicely designed. The music is probably the worst thing about this game and it can be easily turned off in the settings. All in all, this game is nothing special but it is worth a play.