This one is a 5×4 reel slot and there are 1.024 winning combinations, which is another way of saying that there are 1,024 different ways you could secure a payout in the base game.

Symbols include shamrocks, bells, pieces of fruit, lucky 7s and Bar symbols. In other words, precisely the sort of symbols that were on those old-school one-arm bandits in Vegas in the 70s and 80s.

There’s a Wild to look out for and it appears on reels 2,3, 4 and 5, meaning that for some reason it’s not present on Reel 1. It does its usual thing of replacing for other symbols to help you win.

But an even better symbol is the Replay Free Spins symbol. Except you’ll need two of them (three is even better, as we’ll soon see) for it to be of any value.

Getting two anywhere on the reels gives you the right to play the Ace Mini-Game. You’ll have four cards face down and it’s up to you to pick one. A Jack gives you a Multiplier up to 70x and for the Queen it’s up to 90x. A King gets you 5 free spins, and an Ace gets you 7.

The other way to get to the free spins round is to get three Replay Spins Feature. This will get you 7 free spins and they work in the usual way…until the round comes to an end.

When it does, you’ll have the chance to stick with what you have or play it once again if you think you can improve on what you won. Hence…Replay.

The game also has a Jackpot, which is Progressive.