If you like your Rey Mysterio’s, your El Santo’s, your Blue Demon’s and your Mil Mascaras’, then you’re going to absolutely love Lucha Maniacs.
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These lads are absolute maniacs!! And I know that because it says Maniacs in the name!! They’re crazy these guys!! Crazy!! Maniacs!
Which is a little bit offensive when you think about it. Just because these guys enjoy a good romp around in a wrestling ring doesn’t mean these guys are mentally ill or mad. If I were one of the four Lucha chaps featuring in this game, I’d be suing Yggdrasil for libel.
But despite the title, I’d be quite proud to be a part of this creation because it is, in fact, a lovely game, with lovely graphics, lovely gameplay, and a quite lovely bonus round.
The symbols are all, as you might expect, related to wrestling, with a red, pink, green and blue wrestler featuring, plus spades, diamonds, hearts and clubs.
The best symbols are the red and/or pink symbols which pay out 200/1 should you hit five in a row.
The bonus round on Lucha Maniacs consists of free spins which are accompanied by three features that you get to choose at the start. The bonus round is triggered by hitting at least 3 of the bonus symbols on the 5 reels.
You can’t bet on different lines, but you can bet between 8p and £100 per spin. The house edge is a decent 3.8%.
There is an autoplay feature which comes with a number of autostop options.
Muy bien, hombre! Muy bien! An excellent game this one, a very excellent game! Seriously, though, it has everything you want and need from a game.
A low house edge, smooth transitions and animations, great graphics, a really good bonus round, excellent gameplay, plus funky and personable symbols.
And if you’re a wrestling fan then it’s even better as you can tear around with these loony’s who don’t really appreciate being called loony’s. Great fun!
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Author: Tom M.
Tom has been creating online content for over 10 years now starting way back as a small, impressionable 16-year-old. Tom mainly writes about sport and gambling, but every now and then also delves into fleshier subjects like politics and psychology. When he was 18 he created HungarianFootball.com and over the last few years he's written on a freelance basis for ESPN, WorldSoccer, Goal.com, among many others.