Super Graphics Lucky Cats online slot review

Game developer -Realistic Games

Number of reels: 5×3

Recommended games from Realistic Games: Chasing Rainbows, Crystal Clear, Double your Dough, Fireworks, Go Wild on Safari, High Rise, Hot Cross Bunnies

Super Graphics Super Lucky is definitely a long and hard to remember the name, but it also is one that should not be forgotten lightly by players that really want to play a game that has great features and a lot of winning options, with scatters, wilds and sticky reels being the main focus here. A standard and classic 3-reel, 10 payline slot with no kind of progressive bonus and free spins feature, this game brings the fun back into a classic.

Realistic game is a widely-known developer that releases hit after hit, and Super Graphics Super Lucky is no joke either. Playable in a format that would suggest you are really in a live casino, offline, having a coke and a smile and just hitting the buttons, this is a classic. With the cool, groovy and holiday-feeling themes and graphics, you’ll really be a king amongst men.

The background is as simple as it gets, mainly because of this particular developer like their games classic and as simple as they can get, visually-wise, while also maintaining a healthy level of features and mechanics that improve the overall gaming experience.

Indeed, the character icons from that game return for this sequel. Being a game that has been released on all platforms and on all devices, be it desktop, laptop, mobile or tablet, the simple, yet powerful characteristics and features are completely scalable and usable on all devices.

The theme is nowhere near special, mainly because it has been used and overused, but it most definitely has a lot to offer still.

The fruity theme has a lot of common characteristics will almost all of the classical themes, but probably the most recognizable features are the symbols.

There are bells, lemons, tomatoes, and grapes, and as you can imagine, the tomatoes and grapes are what you are looking for, along with, of course, the bells. In the second tier of importance and bearing a much higher reward we have watermelons and oranges and red 7s. When talking about sound effects, there is not something to discuss in particular, as the sound effect of wins is as pedestrian and as normal as you can expect, with simple sharp and short effects being ensued on each and every single win. On the other hand, the animations are pretty decent, at least when talking about a classical-stylized slot that has a more than a widely-used theme.

In the far-end of the background and covered with the symbols, we can clearly see snow-capped mountains, meadows and pink blossom trees.

This game has both the bonus game and the base game, and you can win pretty decently in both. All you have to do in the base game is to try to make as much winning combination as you can. No scatters, no wilds, you just need to simply make the combinations that will undoubtedly bring you a lot of cash.

As you can easily imagine, a quick glance at the paytable reveals that the red 7s are the best-paying symbol and the one that stands tall and alone in the 3rd tier of importance. If you manage to get 3 on the playing lines, then you ‘ll really get the grand prize of 250x initial stake. With 3 oranges you get as little as 3x, with 3 lemons you get to double your money and 3 tomatoes bring forth just 1x your total stake.

The watermelon is the next big thing in this game and brings you a total prize of 20x for just three. The bell subsequently brings x5 and a bunch of grapes bring 4x total stake.

While the game does not include a wild icon, the aforementioned blue-and-green capsule keeps things interesting. Simply land three on an active pay-line and you’ll trigger a bunch of free spins. The initial allocation is a dozen spins, plus the total stake. The free spins take place on an alternate set of reels.