Lunaris Slot Game Review

Nov 14, 2014 | Slot Games, WMS Gaming

WMS Gaming has developed its Lunaris Slot in honour of the glowing Lunaris moth that can never fail to fascinate viewers. The imagery of Lunaris video slot is quite impressive as the reels are set in the backdrop of a dark forest at night.

Players are treated to the sight of Lunaris moths flitting across the reels, lighting up the reels as they do so. Lunaris is one of the newest slots in the WMS Gaming portfolio.

Lunaris Slot Game Design

Lunaris slot design is unique and alluring as there are two different set of reels—one to the left with five reels and four rows and one to the right with five reels and twelve rows. The presence of 100 paylines greatly increases players’ chances of winning prizes. That makes it a game with 10 reels and 100 paylines. There is no bonus game, progressive jackpot of wild icon, but players can use scatters, multipliers, and free games to increase their winnings. They can also use the autoplay option to set the reels spinning automatically.

Lunaris Slot Coin Values

Since the coin values range from R0.10 to R9.00, it is one of the most affordable slots in the WMS portfolio, especially as players stand the chance of winning a top fixed jackpot of 1,250 coins along with plenty of free spins wins.

Bonus & Mystery Icons

The slot’s wild icon can substitute for all other icons except the bonus and the mystery icons. Players should note that it does not appear on the first reel of the bigger set of reels, which is called colossal reels. The Caterpillar icon is the bonus icon and the Butterfly icon is the mystery icon. The reveal icon is that of the butterfly spreading its wings. These symbols are associated with attractive bonus prizes although they do not appear on all the reels.

If players land at least three bonus icons on the reels, the free spins feature will get activated and players will receive 8 free games with doubled wins, 12 free games with a x10 multiplier, 20 free games with a x20 multiplier, and 25 free games with a x25 multiplier for three, four, five, and six symbols, respectively.

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