Lucky streak 3 is a classic fruit slot developed by gaming software upstarts Endorphina. Although Endorphina is relatively new in the gaming software world, the company has succeeded in getting its features on some of the biggest casino networks. As you can probably guess, this is the third release in a series of lucky streak games. But lucky streak is not just a name, the series is also loaded with appealing rewards for the player and the third game in the series is no different. The game comes with five paylines that hold a potential of nearly $40,000. The recent release is a follow up on lucky streak 2. Although the new release comes with new changes, the basics of the game are maintained. So what’s new in the recent release?
One of the changes that accompanies the third release is a cut down in the number of reels. The recent release returns to the roots by including just three reels (the first two releases came with five reels). Then there’s a slight alteration in the theme. Besides these changes, everything is just basically the same. Features used in the game align with its fruity theme. These include regulars such as watermelon, cherry, plum, grape and orange. Other symbols used in the game are sevens, bells, bars and the golden star which is the game’s scatter.
The sevens are the most valuable symbols of the game. A combination of three will give you a payout of more than seven hundred times your bet. Again, the game is reminiscent of classic slots so you aren’t going to find any special features, only basic rewards and the risks that accompany them. The wagering level starts from 0.01 and runs through to fifty coins per spin. Like with other Endorphina games, you have the liberty to adjust the value of coins, as well as the number of pay-lines.
Lucky streak 3 doesn’t come with the regular bonus features, so you aren’t going to find the regulars. However, the game isn’t entirely prosaic. While the risk game doesn’t look like the traditional bonus feature, it does add some juice to the game in a significant way. The risk game gives you the chance of “risking” your winnings for a chance to double them. I must state that things can go either ways.
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