Emerald Isle

The Emerald Isle slot is a game created by the highly reputable NYX Gaming. This is an Irish-themed game with excellent design with a free spins feature as well as a prize picking bonus.

Find out all about Emerald Isle in this review.

  • Software: NYX Gaming
  • Reel structure: 5×3
  • RTP: 96.59%
  • Min bet per spin: 20p
  • Max bet per spin: £40
  • Paylines: 20
  • Features: Free spin and prize picking bonus

Emerald Isle is a beautifully designed game with a standard 5-reel, 3-row structure.

This Irish-themed creation is set in an idyllic location with a lake, a bright sky and luscious trees painting a glorious scene in the Irish woodlands. The peaceful music gently playing in the background only adds to the ambiance.

The reels are framed in gold and wrapped in vines. On those reels the 9, 10, J, Q, K, A symbols make up the lower-paying symbols and the four-leaf clover, pot of gold and red-haired woman are the higher-paying symbols.

The wild symbol pictures the stereotypical leprechaun and substitutes for all other symbols to form winning combinations, except for the rainbow scatter symbol.

If you are lucky enough to land five of the leprechaun symbols, 6,000 coins will be yours.


Emerald Isle Features

Emerald Isle Slot Gameplay

When the wild lands on reels 1 and 5 on the same spin, the prize picking bonus feature will be activated.

In this feature you pick treasure chests, and if you manage to match two prizes, you will win that particular prize. You can win 500 times your triggering bet in this feature if you get really lucky.

The Free Spins feature is triggered by landing at least three of the scatter symbols anywhere on the reels. You will be rewarded with 10 free spins and all payouts during the spins will have a 3x multiplier attached to them.

Also, you can retrigger the feature by landing another three scatters.

Our Verdict

This is a slot which ticks all the boxes. It boats stunning visuals and immersive gameplay, and the two enticing bonus features can deliver you some tasty wins.

What’s not to like?