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The Hindus have the key to your jackpot

Perhaps the path to your pot of gold is somewhere in the east. Maybe the Hindu gods have the answer! If so, Lakshmi Gold is the slot game for you. Playtech just released the 5 reel, 25 payline game with a unique theme that stands out among today’s games.

Lakshmi has a terrific bonus game and free spins galore!

Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth in Hindu mythology and has 6 arms – perfect for a slot game. Lakshmi Gold combines Hindu culture with typical Indian symbols and the result is an interesting mix.

The wild symbol is the Hindu god Ganesh. Ganesh has an elephant head and is worshipped as a god who removes all obstacles – perfect for a wild symbol! Match 5 wild symbols for a jackpot of 10,000 coins. The other symbols include the cow, tiger and peacock. You probably already know that the Hindus worship the cow.

The graphics and sound of Lakshmi take you to another world. The sounds are especially fitting for this game and its good that the developers invested a bit more than usual on this aspect. Look out for gold dust when you win.

Lakshmi is the bonus symbol. When Lakshmi appears on reels 1 and 5, you’ve earned your way to the Lakshmi Gold Bonus game. A screen appears with Lakshmi sitting on a lotus with 6 magical plates around her. Your job is to select 3 of them. Whatever you select, you’ll win something.

Taj Mahal is the scatter symbol. Match 3 scatters anywhere on the reels and you’ve triggered the free spins bonus. You get 10 free spins at triple payouts! The free spins can be re-triggered endlessly if you’re lucky.

As you can bet up to 500 coins per payline, Lakshmi Gold is great for high-rollers. The bonus game and free spins will entertain all types of slot players. It is refreshing to see a unique slot game that takes you to another part of the world.

 

 

OCA News Editor

With a background in game development spanning 8 years, Sam Peterson is OCA’s leading authority in the world of online gaming. His focuses include new releases and gaming providers.

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