Lights Slot Review
Another slots game featured in the October casino free spins giveaway so once again I've added this game to the free play collection. Lights is a beautiful slots game to play and have a relaxing background musical track. That is until you hit a winning pay line and you are startled back into reality.
Released in May 2014 this game has stood the test of time. The Oriental theme gives a truly unique visual experience for a slots game, and the swarms of fireflies add to the mystical lights. It may be a tad over the top to call it breathtaking, but it's a very nice game to play.
A five reel, nine pay line slots game, this game is set in the dusk of a late evening, and it's very relaxing. Just the job for whiling away an hour playing slots games in the early evening.
This game has a return to player percentage of 96.1%. Which is at the lower end of the recent games we've covered in the musical trilogy from Net Entertainment like the fantastic Guns And Roses Slots game
Lights is a visual treat and you can sit back and watch the swarms of fireflies drift across the screen.
Every spin brings swarms of fireflies to the reels, and they turn the ones they land on into floating wild symbols. With every spin, you'll turn between 2 to 4 reels into these floating wilds.
The scatter symbol is a Yin Yang representation, and if you get three or more, you'll activate the free spins feature. This is the best part of the game, and three scatters equal ten free spins. Four scatters equal 20 free spins, and five will give you a massive 30 free spins.
You'll win the jackpot if you land five red lanterns on a single pay line.
The graphics are superb, and the gameplay is smooth. This is one of those "marmite" games that you are going to absolutely love or hate either due to the theme or the music. It's a low variance game, and that can put some players off as well.
The game looks and plays nicely, and the fireflies make it attractive. The floating wilds spice up the play, and the free spins feature is a good one. You just need three scatters to activate it. It lacks a bonus game which is a shame because that would have rounded things of perfectly.