Before you hit the Spin button, make sure to adjust your wager. It is set to $2 per spin by default, you can go between $0.25 and a whopping $125 per spin. When you’re ready to start playing, you can use the Autoplay feature to spin the reels automatically for a pre-determined number of times. Or hit the Space button to spin them – it’s your call.
Lucky Lightning uses the wild and bonus symbols to trigger special features. The Wild is a lightning bolt that only appears on reels 1 and 2. The bonus or scatter symbol appears on all reels and is the key to the bonus round. Whenever a wild lands on reels 1 and 2, you get a random chance for the setup to expand to 6x3. On the 6th reel, only money symbols can land.
The money symbols are represented by 3 ancient coins. When a wild hits the first two reels and you get the 6th reel to the right, a respin will take place with the money symbols locked in place. All money symbols carry a different value attached to them, rewarding between 1x and 500x your total wager. Aside from these payouts, you can also land one of three Lucky Lightning jackpots:
• Silver: 50x your wager.
• Gold: 250x your wager.
• Platinum: 10,000x your wager.
The second feature worth a mention is called Coverall. It is triggered when you fill reels 2, 3, and 4 with coins along with wilds on reels 1 and 2. With this feature, you’ll get not one but two instant coin payouts from the coin prizes.