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Lucky Count Pokies Review

If you've ever played Werewolf Wild, which we've also reviewed, you'll be right at home here. Despite a fairly low jackpot and bonus rounds with no multipliers, these monster games from Aristocrat have earned quite a following among Aussie pokies fanatics.

Below, we take a closer look at why that's the case. Oh, and we're going to be very careful that we don't make any typos in this article, or we could find ourselves in big trouble...


The cartoon graphics of Lucky Count walk a fine line between harmless friendly renditions of vampires like Count Chocula and The Count, from Sesame Street, and the terrifying incarnations of movies like Nosferatu and Dracula.

They hit the middle ground quite successfully, as the game never feels scary, but it doesn't feel overly childish either. Reel icons include a rose, an antique door knocker, a bat, a dog (whose feet are on fire for some reason) and a goblet of wine...or, on second thought, maybe it's blood.

Some haunting theme music playing over the action during standard play would be a nice touch but, unfortunately, this slot is almost completely silent. This is a bit of a shame, as we know for a fact that the offline version has some relevant sound effects and music. Never mind, eh?


Like Werewolf Wild, Lucky Count has all of the usual 5-reel slot staples – 25 paylines, wild vampire and bat symbols, and scatter symbols that unlock a bonus round of free spins when you land three or more.

It's possible to land anywhere between 15 and 40 free games and, although there's no guaranteed multiplier, vampire wilds act as a 3x line multiplier for each vampire or bat in view.

That might all sound a little complex, but you'll soon get to grips with it when you give Lucky Count a try. The good news is that, even without an active multiplier throughout, it's possible to do very well out of the bonus round.

Like in so many other Aristocrat titles, you can also gamble your winnings by trying to guess a card's colour (to double your winnings) or its suit (to quadruple them).

Added Value

While Lucky Count doesn't match the excitement of games like Where's The Gold, which has one of the best bonus rounds we've ever seen, it's still a fun game that has built up a loyal following.

We'd probably recommend it over the very similar Werewolf Wild, simply because the bonus round in Lucky Count tends to be a bit more lucrative. Annoyingly, it can take a while to reach the bonus round in both games.

With a base maximum jackpot of just 2,000 coins, a big win playing Lucky Count isn't going to change your life beyond belief, but it's certainly a decent title to try your luck at. Just make sure you watch your neck while you're playing, because you never know when the Lucky Count might strike...


With a creepy but cartoony theme, Lucky Count is a fun slot to play and looks really nice. The bonus round has between 15 and 40 free spins up for grabs and, while there's no guaranteed multiplier, winning wilds multiply prizes by 3x. But there's a problem – Lucky Count's base jackpot is just 2,000 coins. Obviously, this means that the game is low variance and you're not risking too much when you put your bankroll in the hands of Lucky Count. But that prize is so much lower than other slots out there that it makes this game a difficult one to recommend.