Free Irish Frenzy slot
Irish Frenzy free play demo
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Irish Frenzy slot by Blueprint Gaming gives us the inevitable stereotyped theme and appearance with green countryside in the background, a rainbow above the reels and inane interjections from a leprechaun which luckily we don't see usually as he's hidden away. At least they kept it simple here for a change unlike with their numerous other games of a similar theme which include Irish Riches, Slots O' Gold and Luck O' The Irish. So can the little Irish fellow here produce a frenzy of action for our bankroll?
A standard 5x3 grid is what we get on Irish Frenzy slot as there are only 10 fixed pay lines here. This means some decent 5-of-a-kind wins which begin with the Leprechaun Wild at 500x bet, Harp 200x, Beer 100x, Shamrock or Toadstool 50x, Treasure 20x with 10x for the five card values on offer. No in-play modifiers here and all symbols are single but there are Rainbow scatters on all reels which will come in very useful!
You get 10 free spins here for 3 scatters or 15 and 20 for 4 or 5 respectively. No retriggers but the Treasure symbol as described above now lands with cash multipliers on it. You won't get anything though unless a Leprechaun Wild appears on the grid, in which case you are paid the combined values for any in view, once for each Leprechaun. Sometimes the symbols may have 1 to 3 extra spins instead of a cash value, in which case if the Leprechaun appears you are awarded them as there are no retriggers. A bit hit-and-miss this bonus, but can be very good when it wants to be.
Irish Frenzy slot is quite volatile as you may expect with the high line pays possible but the free games don't seem too hard to trigger. The sounds are inane and annoying as you usually find with this stale old theme and it doesn't look great although bright and colourful with limited animation. You do get a good 96.12% RTP though and sometimes you really could see a frenzy of wins in the bonus, but I'd not make a beeline for yet another Irish slot for that reason alone...