You could be lucky with up to £8,000! Roll the dice to get your co-ordinates and blast the blocks. If you lower a pot of gold to the ground you win the prize shown. Plus, collecting Stars could win you an Instant Prize!
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Game Name: Lucky Bug
These are the Game Procedures (the “Procedures”) for Lucky Bug (the “Game”). When You play the Game, these Procedures, and the Rules for Interactive Instant Win Games ("the Rules") apply. All of these documents can be found on the National Lottery website.
If You buy a Play through Your Account, the Account Terms apply in addition to the documents mentioned above, and if You buy a Play with Your Pingit Account, the Pingit User Account Terms apply in addition to those documents.
Any word or term in these Procedures that has specific meaning will have the meaning given to it in these Procedures or the Rules (unless the context clearly indicates otherwise).
Game Name: Lucky Bug
Game Price: £1.00
There is a 1 in 3.65 overall chance of winning a Prize on each Play of the Game. The expected prize payout percentage for this game is 65.00%.
This Game is a game of chance. The outcome of a Play in the Game is pre-determined by Camelot's Computer System at the point of purchase. You are not required to exercise any skill or judgement to win a Prize.
How to play and win
Each Play has its own Play Number - this can be found on the Game outcome screen once the Game has been finished, in the “My Games” section of Your Account if You bought the Play via Your Account, and in the confirmation email sent to You if You bought the Play via Pingit.
At the start of a Play, You're presented with a Game Play Window displaying six vertical columns (the 'Columns'). Each Column consists of different coloured octagon shapes containing a white symbol (the 'Blocks'). Each Block consists of either a clover on a green background, a horseshoe on a turquoise background, a rainbow on a grey background, a flower on a pink background, a diamond on a red background and a crystal ball on an orange background.
Each of the six Columns are displayed in varying heights as follow: two Columns with eight Blocks, two Columns with 7 Blocks, one Column with 5 Blocks and one Column with 4 Blocks. At the top of each Column is a Pot of Gold with a monetary amount (the 'Pot of Gold') and underneath the Columns is a white dice with red pips. The dice are numbered consecutively from left to right, from one to six.
To the right of the Game Play Window is the instruction '8 ROLLS LEFT' (the 'Goes Left Indicator') and underneath are two dice, one with a play symbol representing one of the Blocks and one with red pips representing one of the dice underneath the columns (together the 'Dice').
To the top right of Game Play Window is a wooden sign made up of 3 planks of wood, each plank contains either X1, X2 or X3, followed by one silhouetted star ('the Star') and a monetary amount to the right of the star (the 'Prize Table).
To the top left of the Game Play Window is the instruction "Roll the dice to get co-ordinates & blast the selected blocks. Lower a pot of gold to the ground to win that PRIZE, or collect stars to fill the Prize Table to win. After a period of time this instruction will disappear behind the 'i' motif (the 'Information Button). You can display the instruction at any time by clicking on the Information Button and then clicking once again to close it.
To commence a Play, You must position the cursor over the Dice and click. On doing so, the Dice will roll and then land to display a dice with a number displayed in red pips and a dice with a symbol (the 'Co-Ordinates'). At the same time the Goes Left Indicator will decrease by one.
The Co-Ordinates displayed on the Dice will correspond to a numbered dice underneath the Columns and to the symbols on the Blocks within that Column. The corresponding Blocks will pulse and the numbered dice under that Column will glow white to show You the Column selected.
The Blocks within the Column that correspond to the selected Co-Ordinates will blast away to reduce the Column height to lower the Pot of Gold closer towards ground level. When all of the Blocks in a Column have been blasted away, the Pot of Gold will be lowered to ground level and will turn Gold to indicate that You have won the monetary amount shown on that Pot of Gold.
If You blast a Block with an attached Star symbol (the 'Star'), the Star will leave the Block and move to the Prize Table. If You collects 2 or more Stars, the corresponding number and monetary amount will highlight in the Prize Table to indicate the You have won that amount.
Your Play ends, when You have rolled all eight Dice. A message will appear in the Game Play Window indicating the amount You have won, if any, and instructing You to click 'FINISH' to complete the game.
If You have bought a Play of this Game and have lowered a Pot of Gold to ground level within a Column and/or collected two or three Stars in the 'Prize Table', You will, providing the requirements of these Procedures and the Rules are met, be entitled to a Prize as detailed in the table below:
PrizesThe Prize amounts and odds of winning are set out in the table below:
|Prize Amount||Approx. odds (1 in x)|
|£3 (£2 + £1)||31|
|£8 (£5 + £2 + £1)||140|
|£26 (£20 + £5 + £1)||1,000|
You can only win one Prize Amount per Play, as detailed in the Prize Amounts and Odds table above.
If there is any conflict or inconsistency between these Procedures - Lucky Bug and any other information issued by Camelot in respect of this Game, these Procedures will take priority (unless Camelot states otherwise).
These are games of chance. Whether you win or lose is set the moment you buy – although you can still cross your fingers.