Try These Two Blood Lore Slot Games This Halloween
Think of Halloween and you might eventually think about werewolves. Humans who turn into werewolves and go out to hunt for blood. Hmm, we guess that is quite appropriate on October 31st.
While you might want to stay indoors with the doors and windows locked on that night, you can still get a slice of the action courtesy of the following werewolf-themed slot games.
Blood Lore: Vampire Clan
What better time to enjoy a vampire-themed game than at Halloween? This entry in the Blood Lore series from NextGen Gaming takes place in what looks like an underground crypt. We guess this is where the vamps nap during the day.
The female vampire shows up here as a wild - very appropriate, we guess - and she will substitute for all but the full moon. This is used as a scatter symbol and could net you up to 20 free spins, depending on how many scatters you find.
In any case, you will secure a 3x multiplier on all prizes in those free games. If a wild vampire queen is involved in a win, the multiplier increases to 6x.
Blood Lore: Wolf Pack
Wolves… or werewolves? You can expect a wolfman to pop up as the wild in this version of the Blood Lore theme, once again ideal to play on Halloween night. The moon appears once more as the scatter, which could net you up to 100x your bet if you find enough of them.
While we had free spins to try and win in the first game, this one gives us a shot at earning some respins. These are free too, of course, but they work differently to the game above. You must find the wild wolfman on the second and fourth reels simultaneously to get this feature to work.
When this occurs, you will see the two wilds remain where they are on the reels. The remaining three reels then go through five respins to see if you can net some prizes.
Our verdict - which Blood Lore slot is the one worth braving?
We like them both. That's not useful, we know, but really it depends on whether you're in the mood for free spins or respins. Make your choice and then choose the appropriate game from the two listed above. They are both entertaining to try and aren't too complex either.