Lady in Red Slot Game Review
The Lady in Red slot game was brought to us by the excellent team at Microgaming and is one of their older creations having been released to the market as far back as May 2010. Although it is one of the older machines it has many of the usual Microgaming hallmarks.
There is a simplicity about Lady in Red, both in the design and the graphics, but also with how easy the slot is to play. This slot is able to be played either on a desktop or on mobile and tablet devices.
Older folk will probably think that a slot named Lady in Red would have a music theme, and while you would be correct, it might not be what you think. Fans of Chris de Burgh will be unhappy to know it is nothing to do with his 80s ditty, while those who have no affinity to him will be interested to know that the story is in line with a woman who does the nightclub music scene.
With a stage set in the background, the reels are covered with a lot of the typical icons, with the lower paying ones being the typical card symbols, A, K, Q, J, 10 and 9. More unique icons include the Roses, the Whisky and the Pianist. There is a wild symbol which is the Lady in Red logo while the Scatter icon comes in the form of the Camera.
There is a slight shortage of features in the Lady in Red game, but like most good slot games we do have a Free Spins feature. You need either three, four or five scatters across the reels to trigger the feature. You will be rewarded with 15, 20 or 25 free spins depending on how many of those Camera trigger symbols land.
The beauty of this feature apart from the fact that the spins are free is that anything you win during it will be tripled. Should three or more scatters hit the reels the Free Spins Feature can be retriggered so there is a chance of running up tidy wins.
The RTP rating for the Lady in Red slot game is a very acceptable 96.25%. This would be slightly on the side of the punter and very respectable.
Do not be fooled into thinking that the game has anything to do with a certain song of the past, it doesn’t, although after a while of playing it you might wish it was because the soundtrack to Lady in Red could be better.
As for the game itself, the story and theme is an entertaining one and with the Free Spins feature relatively easy to activate, and can be reactivated, the game has a lot going for it. In an ideal world there would be more features to keep you hooked in, but for a game to duck in and out of this one ticks many boxes overall.