Lions Share, advertised as a Microgaming slot, will focus on the lion, but it will also have the focus on gold coins which is so common in slot machines released these days. The lion’s share actually seems to consist of big stacks of gold coins, which the lion protects while grinning at you. In addition to these elements which are theme related, you get a mix of classic icons which are incredibly common in 3 reel games. The slot has some basic features, wilds and multipliers. You get 3 reels, a single payline, with a $40,000 jackpot in play.
Betting and Prizes
Placing a bet in Lions Share requires that you choose the number of coins that you want to use in the bet. It can be 1, 2 or 3 coins, where the value can be set anywhere between $0.25 and $5. That’s why the betting range you can work with will vary between $0.25 and $15.
As is often the case, the wager you place decides how much you can win. With 3 coins in use, the reward can be at 8,000 coins, which would mean $40,000 cash at most. With 2 coins, you get only half that amount, so 4,000 coins or $20,000. With 1 coin, the reward can get to 2,000 coins, meaning $10,000 or less.
Lions Share Slot Features
As features, Lions Share relies on a wild symbol, one which can use its multipliers to increase the value of prizes, and it also offers some of its own payouts. The image of the Lion was picked to represent the wild symbol in the game. To get the biggest prize of the game, you need three Lions on the payline, while using a wager of 3 coins. The result would be a prize of 8,000 coins.
The wild symbol will be used in the game to replace other symbols, but it also adds some multipliers to the mix, making the action more interesting. With a single wild assisting, the multiplier will be at 2x, doubling prizes. With two wild symbols used in a combo, the multiplier will jump to 4x, so the prizes are quadrupled.
Theme & Design
The way this game is designed is hardly unusual. There is a certain mix, between a classic side and another which is based on the theme of the game. There are lions used as symbols, there are stacks of gold coins, and then there are the cherries and the Bar icons stacked as 1, 2 and 3 on top of each other.
Lions Share might not offer anything new or different, but it can still be a decent game to play. Just don’t expect it to be any different from other classic titles.