The Giant panda, which is a well-known symbol of China, has been incorporated into many different slot games. One of them is Lucky Panda from the huge game developer Playtech, who has placed the five reels in a Chinese bamboo field and combined them with Chinese-inspired music to get the ambiance right. Examples of standard symbols that can show up on the reels are tigers, monkeys, snakes, birds, and small bears. The panda is a scatter symbol.
Lucky Panda is chiefly a slot for high rollers because making a bet that activates all 1024 winways requires some seriously deep pockets.
Lucky Panda casinos
You can find lucky panda in online casinos that cooperates with Playtech. Playtech is a popular game developer and you can play this game in hundreds of different online casinos. My personal favorite online casino is Leo Vegas. Leo Vegas casino feature games from a number of different game developers including Playtech. Leo Vegas is a very well run casino. The casino is easy to use and very user-friendly. The Leo Vegas bonus that you receive when you join the casino is large and generous. Leo Vegas offers an excellent selection of games. They feature more than 1000 games. Most of them good.
No traditional paylines
Instead of traditional paylines, this game gives you a chance to win in 1024 different ways.
This is an expensive slot machine because the smallest possible wager is €2.40 for 64 ways to win. If you want to activate all 1024 different ways to win, you will need to make even bigger wagers.
The Lucky Panda Logo is a wild symbol.
The panda is a scatter symbol. If you get three pandas, anywhere on the reels, you are awarded 15 free spins.
If you get two pandas, anywhere on the reels, the game will give you a new chance to get that third panda that you need. The two pandas will stay in place while the reels re-spin free of charge.
Free spins round with win multiplier
As mentioned above, you need a minimum of three pandas to trigger the free spins round.
During free spins, a 2x win multiplier is active for all coin wins.
It is possible to earn more free spins during free spins, up to a maximum of 210 consecutive free spins.
Trivia: Did you know….?
- The Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) belongs to the order Carnivora, but is a folivore. Most of its diet consists of bamboo shoots and leaves, although wild pandas have been observed occasionally eating some other things as well, including birds, rodents and tubers.
- Today, all the known wild populations of giant panda are found in China, but the native range of this species used to be bigger and include countries such as Vietnam and Burma. In China, wild pandas are found in the Sichuan, Gansu and Shanxi provinces.
- The number of wild pandas are on the rise thanks to conservation efforts. In 2016, the species was reclassified from “endangered” to “vulnerable” by the IUCN.
- The giant panda was one of five Fuwa mascots for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
- Ailuropoda microta is the earliest known ancestor of Ailuropoda melanoleuca. It measured only one meter in length, and is therefore referred to as “the pygmy giant panda”.
- Panda dung tea is a type of tea made from tea plants that have been fertilized by panda dung. The plants are grown in the mountains of Ya’an in Sichuan, just below the Tibetan Plateau.