Try These Three Halloween Slot Games

Lots of slot games make their intentions clear in the titles. These three games are clearly based around Halloween as they all have that word featured as part of the title. Choosing just three has proved to be difficult, but we hope you agree we've created a good selection of options to try - if you're brave enough!

Halloween #1 (from Microgaming)

Do you recall the original Halloween movie starring Jamie Lee Curtis? If so, you'll want to check out this version of it. It gives us an appealing slot based around five reels, all set on the front porch of that familiar property.

We get 50 lines in this one, along with aptly-named bonuses such as the Trick or Treat Wheel Bonus and the Boogeyman Bonus. There is plenty more where those came from too. This is a must-play slot in our opinion.

Halloween Fortune (from Playtech)

Skulls with candles in them, bottles of potions, and witches on broomsticks - just a few of the icons you can expect to find in Halloween Fortune from Playtech. We have 20 lines to play on here, with a wild pumpkin and a logo acting as the scatter symbol.

You can also watch for the cauldron of swirling green stuff, as this triggers the Witches' Brew bonus whenever it appears on reels one and five simultaneously. Choose a witch, select a potion, and prepare to play your free games…

Halloween Jack (from NetEnt)

Yet another sensational game here with high-quality visuals and some disturbing icons on the five reels. The scattered chests can unlock free games, while the scary pumpkin turns out to be a walking wild. Collect lanterns in the free games and there are numerous wild features to unlock as well.

This is a dark and dramatic slot, ideal to play on All Hallows Eve, and filled with unnerving elements we think you'll come to appreciate. Try it and see if you agree.

There are plenty more Halloween-titled slots around too. Look out for Halloween Emojis, Halloween Horrors, and even Halloweenies. With lots of games to choose from this year, you can be sure there are themed games out there that will suit whatever preferences you might have. Virtually every software developer has got in on the action with this, and that has resulted in as much choice as you could ever hope for as a player.