Lucky Links has been developed by the Just for the Win group, and released in partnership with Microgaming, on their Quickfire platform. The slot machine features a 5-reel, 20-line gaming platform, with basic lucky symbols appearing on the reels of the slot. Players can expect to find bets which range from 10p per spin up to £250 per spin. Unlike other Microgaming slots, you don’t actually have very much control at all over your wagers. Lucky Links takes its name from the linked symbols feature which appears in the game and can dish out wins worth around a paltry 7.5x your total bet at times.
The best-paying symbol is the Lucky Links logo, and it can deliver wins worth the aforementioned 7.5x your total bet. If you think that is small, you should check out the prizes delivered via the playing card suit symbols, the clovers, the horseshoes, acorns or 7s.
There is no wild symbol in this slot machine. Instead, players are only going to get to enjoy the Lucky Links bonus feature, which isn’t really a bonus feature at all, but rather comes standard in this simple and newly released online slot machine.
A Lucky Links feature is activated when players land a set of stacked symbols joined up horizontally across the reels. Those symbols will then lock into place, and deliver players re-spins. Provided players can keep linking symbols together, they will continue to pocket re-spins. Once no new linking symbols are to be had on the reels, the bonus feature ends and players return to the pay-to-play base game.
You’ve got a decent chance of success in Lucky Links, but only if you land the slot’s main feature. This is not a game for players who love lots of special features. There are no wilds, scatters or free spins, and to be honest, you can enjoy the same linked reels feature in any number of other Microgaming or Net Entertainment developed slots at this moment in time. They even come with the added perks which Lucky Links is missing.