Haunted House is a 3 reel (non-progressive), 5-payline, Cozy-games-casinos Video Slot. It comes with a wildSymbol, multiplier and has a maximum jackpot win of $2,500.
The slot includes wilds, multipliers and scatter symbols which is impressive for a three reel slot. Players can also use up to five paylines and a range of different stakes which at maximum can award prizes up to $2,500.
The reels themselves remind me of the classic Funnybones book because various bones separate each reel in a cartoonish way. The lines are marked out with little chips of bone and there’s even a skeleton peering out from a tree to shine light on the paytable.
The reel icons cement the fact that this is a Halloween themed video slot. You’ll find wicked witches, pumpkins, one eyed monsters and candy themed bar icons which each award prizes when three identical icons appear on a payline.
The slot uses Cozy Games standard button layout which means players can choose different lines (max 5), coin values (max 0.50) and can even place bets using an automatic mode.
Bets range from 0.05 to $2.50 which is astounding when you consider the top payout is $2,500. Each prize is multiplied by your current bet, which means the amount won is greater when wagering more. Obviously this means you’ll lose more if you are unlucky too which is why we were pleased to see a decent range of bets which cater for everyones risk level.
The pumpkin not only awards the slots top five prizes but also plays as a multiplying wild icon. It can create wins by substituting for any other single icon whilst at the same time doubling the usual paytable prize. You will win 4x the amount if two are used which means up to 600 coins can be won when using the wilds with another icon.
Haunted Houses at theme parks are getting edgier all the time providing a real screamfest for visitors. This slot is far tamer and you won’t need to hide behind the sofa to play it because the emphasis is on fun and simplicity.
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5th of December 2013
5th of December 2013