Free Lucky Wu Megaways slot
Lucky Wu Megaways free play demo
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Lucky Wu Megaways from Inspired Gaming is a pretty superfluous release when all's said and done. It's the same game as their recent Gimme Gold Megaways which in turn is a version of Bonanza slot but with the addition of mystery symbols as with Blueprint's Diamond Mine slot. So a patterned red oriental style background, Chinese symbols and music alongside appropriate sound effects from the theme. Very ordinary stuff I'm afraid. So can it be lucky for you or will your bankroll be taken by Wu?
On the reels...
Yes, the usual 2-7 rows on each of the 6 reels with a scroll of 4 single titles over the middle 4 reels means Lucky Wu Megaways gives 324-117649 ways per spin. We pay 20 coins, Wilds can only appear on the top scroll in the form of Gold Tokens, scatters of Green Dragons on all 6 reels and the other symbols single or stacked. Winning tiles are replaced by tumbles and Mystery Character tiles can land on any spin but don't guarantee a win. The 6-of-a-kind pays are 50x bet Purple Dragon, 7.5x Carp, Frog or Pig 2x with six card values of 1.75 down to 0.8x for each full way. So the same as all the games mentioned above!
You need 4 scatters for 12 free games here with +2 for each one over, maximum 80 spins. During the free spins you tend to see more mystery symbols, you get an increasing multiplier of 1x for each winning tumble and retriggers can only be seen on the top scroll with 5 or 10 spins for 3 or 4 respectively. Your round is capped at 25,000x bet although to get 10,000x would be a miracle as we have witnessed that in the history of Bonanza only once.
Lucky Wu Megaways has a 95.50% RTP and this is the same if you use the bonus bet which raises your stake 50% for a tripled chance of landing the bonus. The sounds, graphics and animations are mediocre at best and this is really a shelf-filler for new markets in the USA and Asia. You cannot argue with the mechanic as it's the same as the classic Bonanza which has proved to be a world-beating game since its release at the end of 2016, but so we need yet another copy from every developer using the Megaways license? Mr. Wu, I'm telling you, I've got those cloned Megaways blues...