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Lucky Tree is a 5 reels, 30 paylines online slots game by Bally. Lucky Tree has Wild, Scatter symbols, Multiplier, Free Spins, and Bonus Game features, and an RTP of 96%. The best place to play Lucky Tree is right here at Rose Slots, where players can also enjoy over 500 more leading online slots including Fluffy Favourites, Starburst, Rainbow Riches, and Great Rhino.

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According to the popular saying, money doesn't grow on trees. Lucky Tree, by Bally, gives the lie to that saying. Money is all over the trees in this slot, but then these aren't any old trees - as the name suggests, they're lucky! This is a beautiful-looking slot, which combines the themes of nature and the Far East to excellent effect. Bally has a long history of coming up with great online slots which belong to the Oriental genre, and Lucky Tree is no exception.

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The presentation of the slot, while being strikingly good looking, is also basic and traditional. The 5x3 layout is the one we expect to see in the majority of slots, and the 30 paylines it offers is fairly standard when it comes to slots of the current era. The reels are contained within a golden frame, behind which we have a picturesque fantasy landscape. The buildings in the distance are clearly of Oriental design, but everything has a purple tinge. It’s a busy background, with tiny details everywhere. The most important of all the things in the background is the huge tree next to the reels, which has golden coins hanging from its branches. Keep a close watch on those coins; they might fall onto your reels at any moment!

The low-value symbols J, Q, K, and A are nothing to get excited about, but above them, everything we see on the reels is inspired by the Orient. There's a pink lotus flower, a bamboo, and then a very colorful set of three animals - namely turtles, fish, and toads. That completes the set of base game symbols, but there are several more which you'll be hoping to see make regular appearances on your reels as you spin.

Lucky Tree has no less than four wild symbols, which sounds a little confusing until you understand what they do. The primary wild is represented by a dragon, and it does what you expect all wild symbols to do. It can substitute for anything apart from the other bonus symbols (including the other wilds) to help create winning combinations. The gold coin symbol is also a standard wild when it lands. Two more symbols function both as wilds and scatters, and they’re the yin yang symbol, and the lucky cat.

To cover why we have so many wilds in one slots game, we should take a detailed look at the bonus features.

Lucky Tree Developer - Bally

Nobody knew what an online slots game looked like when Bally started trading; in fact, people barely knew what a slots game looked like at all! They started life making wooden toys for children in the mid-1920s. Their name is taken from 'Ballyhoo,' a wooden table-top pinball game which we imagine was a popular Christmas gift during the year of its invention. Over the decades that followed, Bally moved from children's games to adult games, and found themselves manufacturing slot game cabinets as the 1950s turned into the 1960s. During that time, they had one major rival both at home in Great Britain and abroad in Europe: Barcrest.

Bally and Barcrest would do battle for many years for supremacy in the market, and both of them changed with the times after the invention of the internet brought us the first generation of online slots. Soon, though, their rivalry would come to an end thanks to an American investor. Scientific Gaming bought up both companies in the new millennium, and took them in-house to start making online slots under the Scientific Gaming umbrella. Although they work side by side, the two companies still produce wildly different online slots. Bally excel with Oriental slots; as well as Lucky Tree, they're also responsible for Fu Dao Le Online Slot, The Gem Machine and 88 Fortunes UK Slot. That's not to say they can't be more outlandish when they feel like it; check out Lucky Tree if you want to try a slot which plays with the standard format.

Lucky Tree Slot Bonus Features

Lucky Tree comes with two bonus features, and also a Reel Modifier which we’ll explain first. There’s no way of triggering the reel modifier; it’ll just happen whenever it feels like making an appearance. After any spin, the tree next to the reels may shake its branches and deposit between one and even wild coins onto your reels. If further wins are created by these new wilds, the value of those wins will be awarded to you before the reels spin again.

The yin yang symbols give you access to a Free Spins feature if you’re able to land three of them on the middle three reels during a single spin. Ten free spins are awarded when the feature is triggered, but you can get ten more should a further three yin yang symbols turn up in the required places while the feature is active. To make wins more likely during this feature, additional gold coin wilds will be added to the reels after each spin. By the time you get to spin seven or eight, you should find that the wins are easy to come by.

The Prize Pick bonus is a little more complicated. To get access to it, you need three lucky cats to show up on the first, third, and fifth reels. That takes you to a new screen, where you choose one of the three objects presented to you to decide how many choices you’re allowed to make from the next stage of the bonus. At worst you’ll get six, with the maximum award being fifteen. Now all you have to do is use those picks up on the next set of objects which are presented to you. Behind each one is a multiplier, and the combined value of all the multipliers is totaled up and applied against your stake when you’ve run out of choices.

What Bally has done with Lucky Tree is take a format which looks straightforward, and added enough bonus wrinkles to it to create a layered and rewarding slots game. Our only slight complaint is that sometimes it feels like the multiple wild symbols can get each other's way more than they help out with wins, but when they combine to trigger one of the bonus features, you're in for a good time.