Lion’s Pride was created by Microgaming and it is a slot machine that shows off the wild nature of Africa’s savannah. The focus is on the lion, obviously, as well as its family, including the lioness and the lion cub. There are a few other creatures in there, though the kind that the lion would hunt and eat. The design is one big advantage of the game, along with the scatter symbols, with free spins, 10x multipliers and stacked wilds. It’s the kind of game that will give you a lot of chances to win something, 100 lines being used on 5 reels. You can take home a prize of $1,250.
Betting and Prizes
Despite the large number of lines which are advertised here, you can only spend up to $0.10 for each line, using a maximum of 5 coins worth $0.02 each one. Since 100 lines are part of the wager, you can take the maximum bet to $10.
The biggest reward possible in the base game is at 1,250x, which would mean $125. During free spins, where significant multipliers apply, it can go to $1,250.
Lion's Pride Slot Features
The Lion’s Pride Logo will be used in this game to bring you a lot more wins, and luckily for you the wild will arrive in stacked form, so there are very good odds of having it part of at least one combo. The scatter is the only one that doesn’t use the wild to its advantage. The logo is also the one to offer the biggest reward, of 1,250x.
The Tribal Mask is the second major symbol that you should pay attention to, a scattered icon whose main advantage is that it doesn’t matter where it appears on the reels. When you have anywhere between 3 and 5 Masks in place, you will trigger a feature with free spins and you also get a prize. Prizes can go to 100x total bet, while free spins can have up to 25 rounds for you. While using the free spins, you will get a random multiplier for the wins of each round, and it can be at 10x, 5x, 3x or 2x. Retriggering free spins is also a possibility.
Theme & Design
I enjoyed the theme of Lion’s Pride slot, with the focus on the lion’s family, showing the members on three different symbols. There are a few related images as well, including a tribal mask, a couple of examples of prey (zebras, antelopes), plus the poker cards which have their own safari look.
Lion’s Pride has the right look for the theme that it is based on, and I enjoyed its features very much. Its payouts are very low, but it’s understandable since there are so many lines in play.