Bally Tech’s Lucky Tree slot machine is Far Eastern themed, and rather delicate and fanciful to play. The slot contains a 5-reel, 30-line gaming structure, with players able to readily choose bets which stem from as little as 30p per spin, up to £45 a spin. Players will also find that the Lucky Tree slot machine game contains a non-progressive jackpot which is capped at 20,000 coins in total. Expect plenty of colourful and predictable imagery to appear in this slot, not least bamboo, frogs, lucky coins, lotus flowers and more.
Dragons happen to take up the mantle as the best-paying symbols in the Lucky Tree slot machine game. If players can land 5 of them on a payline, they will walk away with the non-progressive jackpot cash prize. It also doubles up as a wild symbol.
There are other wild symbols in this slot, too, such as the coin symbol. Fortunate cat and yin yang symbols are also capable of becoming wilds at certain points of the game.
After any base game spin, players may notice that a Wild Coin Mystery bonus may be triggered. When it is, between 3 and 7 coins will fall and turn symbols into wild symbols, as well as other icons.
Land 3 or more yin yang symbols or wild yin yang symbols anywhere on the second, third and fourth reels, and you will begin a free spins bonus. This feature offers 10 free games. Additional free games can also be won.
Three scattered fortune cat or fortune cat wilds on the first, third and fifth reels will trigger a simple pick and win bonus round in this slot. Players can pick spheres to bag instant cash prizes, in this simple but appealing side-feature.
Lucky Tree is a decent enough video slot machine game, but it doesn’t really expand on things we’ve seen in other Chinese-themed video slots. Worth a look if you have a knack for these kinds of themed slots, the Lucky Tree is still a so-so release for Bally Tech.