These Halloween Slots Deliver Some Frighteningly Good Fun!
If you love Halloween, you'll love getting the chance to play some scarily-good slots! Try these for starters…
Blood Suckers, from NetEnt
Vampires is the obvious theme in action here, thanks to that title. The game features a darkened screen, some horrifying vampires popping up, and some garlic too, so hopefully that will keep them at bay. Five reels and 25 lines is the format in action, and you can benefit from the vampire and the girl appearing as a wild. A vampire bride is your scatter symbol, while a bloody hammer and stake are used as the bonus icon. Yes, free spins and a bonus game are both available here - if you are brave enough to play!
Boogie Monsters, by Microgaming
This is proof that not all Halloween games need to be scary ones. We get to meet all kinds of monsters in this five-reel, 40-line slot, but they all seem to be into disco! A dancing werewolf, a peace-loving skeleton, and a mummy on roller skates… we bet you've never seen anything like this before. Surprisingly, there is no wild here, but you do get two scatters, each of which can trigger its own unique bonus feature.
Frankenslot's Monster, by Betsoft
If you love a Betsoft game as much as we do, try this one next Halloween. Not only does it appear in 3D, it also uses the famous Frankenstein story as its inspiration. There is an electrified wild in action here, and this is labeled just as the scatter and bonus icons are. Those are the only two symbols the wild won't replace. You can win free spins with three scatters, which include wild reels during play. Meanwhile, the bonus invites you to adjust the glowing knobs to electrify the monster, after which you win a total bet multiplier.
Which Halloween-themed games will you try this year?
We've chosen three of our favorites here, but there are many more you can choose from. Zombies, ghosts, vampires, monsters… they all come crawling out of the woodwork to populate the reels of these games. If you are brave enough to give the Halloween slots a try, there could be some superb prizes in it for you.
From Halloween Fruits to Halloween Horrors, every game under the sun (or should that be the moon?) is present on All Hallows Eve. Will you beat the monsters to find the best games to play this fright night?