This is a standard classic slot, played on a 5×4 board with 25 fixed paylines, so you can only choose your bet from €0.25 and €250 before clicking the spin button, and a smaller bet is advised until you learn how this game plays. I’ve played it for a few hours, so let me give you a detailed review of Lemur Does Vegas before you invest your own money in it.
Main game and paytable
The paytable is one which can’t pay much on its own, as the maximum win on a single payline is only 60 coins on a 25 coin bet. You’ll get that for five Diamonds. The other four high-win symbols pay either 55 or 50 coins, while the five card symbols basically only have the potential of getting you your stake back. Wild only pays if you land five on a payline, and you’d get 60 coins.
During the base game, a win multiplier may appear randomly on any spin, and up to 8 Wild symbols may be added to the board. They can have a x2 or x3 win multiplier, too. These two features don’t amount to much though, as the paytable is skinny so they’re just making up for its deficiencies a bit, and are adding a bit of fun to your game.
You need to land a Bonus symbol on each of the five reels to trigger the Bonus game where you’ll get to spin a Wheel of Fortune. The wheel has 12 sections and three of them will give 10 free spins, while one will give 20 free spins. The rest are cash prizes ranging from 2x to 10x your bet. You get to spin the reels three times, and the free spins count adds up, so in theory you can get up to 60 free spins.
On every win, the winning symbols will be held and you’ll get a re-spin after the wins are paid. If you add another symbol to the winning combination it will pay and you’ll get another re-spin. This can go on and on, and it’s not uncommon to see 5 or 6 re-spins if you had a Wild in your original winning combination. And if your win only consisted of one winning symbol, then the game is helping you towards a full board win. If you reach it or get close to it, that’s when you’ll be winning money in this slot game.
Lemur Does Vegas Slots RTP
Theoretical return to player (RTP) is only 95.06%, which is too little to take a slot game seriously, especially if it can’t pay big and this one can’t. The game is fun to play, especially the free spins game where you can get up to 60 free spins plus lots of re-spins, but that’s the only time you ever get to enjoy Lemur Does Vegas. The base game isn’t rewarding enough, so if you’re playing this slot game, you’re just playing it to reach the free spins game.
Lemur Does Vegas looks like a slot machine from some bygone era, as it offers low theoretical payout and a game that’s designed to be fun, but isn’t really offering enough good things to the player. Classic slot players may enjoy it, but this is a game that doesn’t pay too well, and you can only be fortunate enough to trigger the free spins game early. If you do, you’ll win money on Lemur Does Vegas.