For Leprechaun Goes to Hell, Play n Go created a story where an Irish leprechaun travels to Hell, though we’re not sure of the reason. The same leprechaun was also seen traveling to Egypt in another pokie from the same series, and who knows where he will be going next.
You will see Hell in the background, with fire roaring there as expected. The reels are getting symbols which are borrowing from both halves of the theme.
There is the leprechaun present, along with death coins, top hats with skulls on them, pots of gold and a bunch of Celtic style poker logos. The She-Devil is also present though, as one of the major symbols that you can land while you’re playing.
Quality wise I think that the game does well enough, even with the boring leprechaun theme that so many have used in different ways so far.
Play n Go is one of the developers that I’m always keeping an eye on, being capable of delivering some impressive pokies, especially in recent years.
If we look at some of the pokies that they’ve launched recently, besides Leprechaun Goes to Hell you will also find impressive looking games like 7 Sins, Cloud Quest or Grim Muerto. The design is always on point with them, and I’m usually satisfied with the features which are offered as well.
How To Play It
Play n Go makes it as easy as it can to select a wager in this case. There is a series of buttons with values on them at the bottom, which range between $0.25 and $5. This corresponds to a fixed number of 25 lines, with individual line bets going from $0.01 to $0.20. This is obviously a cheap slot machine to play.
Leprechaun Goes to Hell is very easy to play. You have clearly marked buttons to access the Paytable and the Autoplay area, and the same goes for the Spin button.
Evilene, which is the name of the she-devil, is a bonus symbol that behaves as a scatter. Having Evilene appear three times on the reels, will result in a bonus feature starting up. Here, you will get a different set of reels, with 3×3 positions on it and with 5 lines.
There are different paytable values listed for the combinations which you form here, even though some of the symbols are the same. You get a meter on which the temperature is measured, and whenever you’re winning it will go up and take you closer to the jackpot.
The Pot of Gold is the second symbol with scatter ability. You need at least three Pots of Gold, and you will win from them cash rewards and 10 free spins with multipliers starting out at 2x. Multipliers can eventually go up to 10x, if you continue to get 3+ scatters during these spins.
There are two symbols which can act as substitutes, the Leprechaun and Evilene. They can form combinations which pay up to 600x and they can also double win values if they’re both part of a new combo.
The big payout in Leprechaun Goes to Hell appears to get to a value of $600 for the base game, and up to $6,000 for the free spins.
Leprechaun Goes to Hell has a somewhat interesting theme, though it builds on a topic that is way too common. It also delivers great features, which is where the game’s strengths appear to lie.