Lucky Fish Finder Review
For the past couple of years, developers have been trying to shake up the slot world. From crash games to Infinity Reels, there have been several developments that have managed to impress players.
Another one is the concept of 'mine games' which became popularised by iSoftBet with Gold Digger: Mines and Hot Shots: Mines. Inspired Entertainment is the next developer to use this mechanic with Lucky Fish Finder.
Like the other mine games, this slot plays on a grid of 5x5 with the goal to reveal tiles. You'll want to reveal fish instead of boots - but you can select how many boots are throughout the game increasing the volatility.
As this is an Inspired game, you can reign in your expectations for the design. There is nothing too crazy going on with the game taking place at the bottom of the ocean.
There are slight animations throughout with bubbles and fish but that's about it. As for the imagery, there are discarded items at the bottom of the ocean as well as fish.
The music is absolutely fantastic with a fun upbeat score. You'll find a guitar score played throughout as well as fishing noises such as reel in the rod. It all comes together quite well and is easily the best part of the design.
You don't spin the reels with this game. Instead, you select the number of boots and click to reveal tiles. More boots on the screen ultimately mean bigger wins.
However, this also increases the volatility and makes it more difficult to reveal fish. Whenever a boot is revealed, the game ends with no wins. So be sure to collect when ready.
The RTP for this slot sits between 96.96% to 93.60% with the amount depending on the number of boots selected. Fewer boots mean a higher RTP and also a low volatility level.
Ultimately, you can decide on the volatility level by selecting boots. You can have high volatility by having more boots. It basically works the same as the RTP.
The maximum win of this game is 500x the stake which seems low for an ordinary slot but decent for a mine game considering other mine slots tend to have maximum wins of 288x stake.
For the most part, this is an excellent mine game with simplistic gameplay and a wonderful design. It's easy to understand and perfect for newcomers to the subgenre of slots.
Hopefully, this will lead to more mine games with more complicated gameplay in the future. For now, Lucky Fish Finder does exactly what it says on the tin and delivers a wonderful game for players to enjoy.