Lucky Number Slots

Lucky-NumberLucky Number, while it is a modern slot machine with the right number of reels, lines and features to back that claim, has a very classic theme and it uses a mix of playing cards, fruits and classic icons for its symbols. The lucky number mentioned by the title seems to be the 7, which is used for two different feature symbols. The slot was created by Top Game and I imagine that its biggest fans will be those that appreciate classic slots as well, but want the same kind of experience in a modern setting.

In Lucky Number, you get on the 5 reels of this modern game a total of 20 paylines. As features, you get free games, scatters, a bonus game and a wild, with the top jackpot valued at up to $25,000.

Features of Lucky Number

The game doesn’t miss any of the features that Top Game uses for its modern slots, meaning that you get wilds from it, along with bonus symbols and free spins with a scatter trigger.

The Triple Seven wild is the same as in every other slot, a basic feature which is capable of substituting for another icon, as long as it doesn’t have special features attached to it. It doesn’t award prizes directly, it doesn’t form its own combinations and it doesn’t multiply the prizes it contributes to, but it’s still a useful feature to have around.


Free Games Feature

The Gold Bell appears scattered in the game, in three to five positions when it awards its prizes, so getting only one or two will not help you. Still, they don’t have to appear together on win lines, so it doesn’t matter where you get the Gold Bells, as long as you have at least three.

You win 5 free spins when three Bells are present, 10 when there are four of them and 20 when all five are on the reels.

Mystery Bonus Blocks Bonus Game

The start of the Mystery Bonus Blocks feature is given by the presence of 3+ Shiny Sevens. They have to be on active lines in order to do that, since they’re not scatters.


Their payouts go from up to 290 bonus points, to 870 and to 2030, depending on the number of Shiny Sevens which triggered the feature.

Betting options and jackpots

Each of the 20 lines offered by the game can be activated by the player as he sees fit, with a single coin for each one being used. The coin’s denomination is the one that varies the most, with the range from $0.01 to $5 allowing the player to wager as much as $100 per spin.

Since the slot mentions prizes of up to 5,000x, you can win that amount in coins and with a value of up to $25,000.

Design and symbols

The theme is simple enough, using an abstract background, plus a bunch of symbols of different colors, with the common theme being the classic genre. That’s why you get a bunch of fruits among them, plus Sevens and Bells, and some playing cards as well to fill up the roster. It’s not a terribly attractive slot machine, but it will do just fine if you’re already used to what a typical classic slot has to offer.

Symbols: Triple Seven (wild), Shiny Seven (bonus), Gold Bell (scatter), Lemons (5,000 coins), Plums (1,000 coins), Cherries (750 coins), Ace (500 coins), King (250 coins), Queen (200 coins), Jack (150 coins) and 10 (100 coins).

Is It Worth Playing?

As long as you enjoy the classic genre or if you’re a bit nostalgic after it, Lucky Number will be a good title to play. There are slots with much better graphics out there though, so don’t feel like you’re missing out on something if you skip it.

You will find Lucky Number at any online casino which chooses to use software from Top Game, playable either for free or for real money.