Free Double Lucky Line slot
Double Lucky Line free play demo
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Double Lucky Line slot by Just For The Win via Microgaming has a Chinese theme and very plain green background, accompanied by oriental music. This makes it appear like many generic slots of the same subject like Red Tiger's Jade Charms and take your pick from the tens of others including Play'n Go's Jade Magician or Netent's most recent far eastern themed game, Who's The Bride. To be honest, JFTW's games tend to be very generic, simply copying existing mechanics or combining a couple of common sub-mechanics from other games. So will we be doubling-up here or drawing a line under our bankroll?
We have a rather odd 17 fixed pay lines here on Double Lucky Line slot and the obvious thing on the grid is the centre row of 5 symbols is highlighted, unlike the top and bottom. This is because any symbol that lands inside it is doubled, including scatters and Wilds. This means the game can pay up to 10-of-a-kind but as that's only possible in the bonus or on the middle row only, we shall see the 5OAKS. Wild or Game Logo symbol is a paltry 3x bet although 300x if you get the 10OAK, next Dragon 2x, Frog 1.5x, Tortoise 1x with four card values at 0.8 or 0.6x for a full line of 5. All will pay 50x or more if you did manage a rare 10OAK. You have one random modifier, extra Wilds which places them in 2-6 extra positions on the grid.
You need 5 or more free spins scatter which isn't as hard as it sounds as those on the centre line count as two. You get 10 free spins and an extra one for each scatter over the 5. You can see a Money Tree Lucky Wild in the free games which will also award an extra spin and then turns its position into a doubling one for the remainder of the round so it's like the centre Lucky Line. So you could in theory turn the whole grid into a doubling one, although you'll be fortunate to see more than 3 land. This bonus is usually rubbish.
Double Lucky Line slot is like all other JFTW games except the Book of Oz type ones in that is has a low big win potential and mostly disappointing bonus returns. It looks and sounds perfectly good and some of the animations are above average although the 96.02% RTP isn't. The base game doesn't perform that badly in all honesty and the feature is quite frequent which explains the generally low pays in the 5-60x range you tend to see. Overall there are far worse slots and if you fancy a bit of colourful entertainment that won't hopefully cost you too much, then get to this slot at the double...