If you're hoping for a bit of boob, you’ll be disappointed, but if it’s hard cash you’re after then it might be your lucky day. Pragmatic Play’s Lady Godiva introduces you to Coventry’s legendary resident, the wife of a nobleman planning to increase taxes, she objected by taking to the streets naked on horseback and who could be said to be one of the original activists.
Presented over a standard 5x3 setup with a predictable 20 paylines, this cheeky slot takes on a romantic view of the classic legend. The reels are set against a moonlit street scene that romanticises the city of Coventry, and anyone who has been will say candlelit windows and such quiet serenity is a far cry from today’s concrete jungle.
The symbols of a legendary tale
The higher-value symbols within the slot include Lady Godiva, the lady’s horse, an older gentleman we can assume is her noble husband and a young man who doesn’t really fit anywhere within the story, poor lad. The lower value symbols are the usual suspects within these slots, the playing cards. In this game, they range from Jack to Ace. All symbols can appear stacked on all reels.
The wild in the game comes in the form of the game’s logo, always a disappointing shortcut. However, this symbol replaces all other symbols to form wins, except for the red scatter.
You might get a bonus
Land three or more of these red scatters across the reels to trigger a range of free spins options. There are four different spins modes for you to choose from, each balance out on average but are a matter of personal preference. Choose between 5 spins and a 6x multiplier, 10 spins and a 3x multiplier, 15 spins and a 2x multiplier or 30 spins and a 1x multiplier. If you get three scatter during this round your first choice gets repeated on top.
As slots go, Lady Godiva is fairly basic and even doesn’t give us a huge amount to talk about, but that doesn’t necessarily need it’s not a good one. Those bonuses are particularly interesting, and the fact you can way up which free spins package to go with is a lovely touch we think, even if there is little in it. The RTP is 96.54%, so taking the limits a little further than usual, but you probably won’t see much of a difference as the medium variance keep it stable. One to try out for sure.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring