Lucky Angler (Touch) Mobile Slot Review

Lucky Angler Touch Screenshot

The Lucky Angler Touch slot is based around the deep blue ocean, and primarily fishing. It feels a lot like a bit of a mix between Finding Nemo and Ice Age, both films of which we are unashamedly fans of! The images possibly look a little goofy but it’s another light hearted slot from NetEnt and it’s this kind of humour that in the end keeps us coming back for more.

The slot is a 5 reel, 15 payline version that includes features such as Win Both Ways, Free Spins and Sticky Wild Substitutions.


Lucky Angler is based around fish! Pretty mind-blowing, ay! In all seriousness though, the slot looks really cool and the colours work brilliantly on the mobile device. There a number of well-designed symbols including the fish themselves, old raggedy boots, sea shells, lobsters and other sea life.


Lucky Angler is another slot that carries NetEnt’s famous sticky wild cards. These allow you to use these cards to represent any that you may need for a winning payline. They will also remain on your board until a bonus has been hit. But bear in mind that if you change your stake amount then you will lose your sticky wilds.

The free spins section requires you to pick up three or more scatters. The great thing about this is that they can be placed anywhere on the slot, with the more that you uncover, the larger the amount of free spins you will receive. 3 scatters will result in 10 free spins, 4 will equal 15 and 5 will make 20 free spins.

The Lucky Angler slot has very middle of the road feel to it. Their payout amount of 96.7% is pretty much industry standard, which is good, and the maximum of 20 free spins is again a solid amount without ever having any sort of wow factor. The lack of multipliers in games is something that we are disappointed to see but a payout of up to 20,000 is certainly lucrative enough to give this slot a go. With the competition of mobile slots being so fierce, Lucky Angler might be one of those that possibly get left behind, but in all reality there’s not a lot wrong, just not as jazzed up as some.