There’s no getting around it, this slot’s theme is most definitely ‘classic slot’. Even the music has a repetitive retro feel that you’re either going to love or hate. The grid is a standard 5 x 3 job, made up of a series of unimpressive symbols. Players will find A, K, Q, J, 10, and 9 symbols. These haven’t been crafted in a particularly skillful way, but this is probably deliberate because Lock A Luck is going for simple style in every aspect. The remaining symbols are cherries, four leaf clovers, diamonds (which stands in as the jackpot symbol) and horseshoes. These are all either well known symbols for luck, or classic symbols found on all the original slot machines.
The grid and background also take on a very simple look, working with several different shades of blue and a very static display. Aside from a repetitive glimmer of light that crosses the reels at regular intervals, there’s virtually no animation to contend with whatsoever. Lock A Luck’s simplistic approach can be received in two ways. Some players will undoubtedly find it dull and uninspiring, while others will be glad of the lack of flashing features, preferring a return to the original slots.