BGaming gives an exclusive chance to find dozens of fortune clovers in a slot Four Lucky Clover. This video slot is a new take on an all-time classic Irish folklore theme, fully packed with awesome features. This time around, you have the chance to play from the comfort of your own home and enjoy it on any device.
BGaming loves St. Patrick’s Day and that’s why it’s time for the slot Four Lucky Clover to be on the stage and hum the Irish motives! As you have already guessed the main theme of the game is the search for a 4-leaf clover which is considered to be a universal symbol for good luck (and more).
Reflecting on the past and various legends, the Druids long long time ago in Ireland had a strong belief that when they found a 3-leaf clover, they would be awarded with a gift like controlling the time! But if they found 4-leaf clovers they would have a magical protection from all life’s sorrows and would be healthy, lucky and just fortunate in all undertakings. It’s no wonder that we collected all the lucky symbols in our game like horseshoes, number 7, rare celtic claddagh and bright green leaves, the reason is obvious – we would love to see our players happy and superlucky. We cannot but mention one more vital symbol of a good fortune – a ladybug, to help you to resist the problems of life. This cute bug will let you find happiness and satisfaction in the little things, which are important in giving you enough motivation to go on. Sounds great, huh?
So, don’t stress about searching for a lucky four-leaf clover. You’ll find your own! Grab your greenish clothes and stuff, and start making lots of fun and pots of gold. And may the clover be with you!
Lucky spins feature becomes available when four playable reels are opened, the game becomes really active and involving.
Stacked wild and replicate wild feature in bonus round helps to complete winning combinations by substituting other symbols on the reels, increasing the chances of winning.
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