Haunted Houses

Haunted Slots

Would you ever step inside a haunted house? We wouldn't - not even for a second, not even in daylight. Throw in an invitation to visit on All Hallows Eve after dark and you can forget it!

There is plenty of entertainment in the slot world that revolves around haunted houses though. This has been used as a title by many software developers. We've highlighted three of them here. Which of these houses would you be brave enough to enter this year?

Haunted House #1 (from Habanero)

This haunted house has little in the way of a background, except for some rafters up above. However, the reels are packed with lots of things you might expect to see in a haunted house. Freaky cats, a ball and chain, a ghost, and a mummy rising from a casket… these will all appear as you play.

The vampiress is a wild on the middle three reels, Frankenstein is a wild throughout, and the house itself appears as a scatter.

Haunted House #2 (from Playtech)

What shall we find in this house, from one of the best software developers around in the slot world today? This is surprisingly far more basic than you might expect. There are just three reels here to begin, although you do get five lines to play on. You also get caskets, candles, crosses, and lots of other suitably-themed icons to look for.

This is about as simple as a game can get, since there are no special icons in play. However, you should watch out for lots of garlic. Three on a line will bring you one of the top prizes. The best is 1,800 coins on line five.

Haunted House #3 (from Big Time Gaming)

Into another house we go, and this one takes on more of a one-armed bandit appearance to switch things up yet again. This is ideal if you want to play a Halloween-themed game that isn't too scary. Most of what you'll see here involves fruit, with flashing lights and lots of prize-winning chances.

Watch out for the Full Moon Money multiplier trail on the right, shown as a series of bats as the multiplier gets bigger. How high will you go on that trail?

These games - and others with the same title - are all very entertaining in their own way. Will you try one of them to see what you think?