Whenever we see the name Hell Raiser, we think of the Hellraiser movies. However, that is not what this game is all about. You will see a devilish character as the game begins, but this game is rather tamer than the movie story.
If you like a classic slot game with something to offer, this could be worth a look. Will you raise hell if you don’t win anything here? We hope not, but let’s check out the possibilities.
This game has an unusual format – one you may never have seen before. It delivers four reels and uses just 10 paylines. An interesting mix, don’t you think?
There is just one coin to play with here, and it is worth a dollar. Yep, that means you need to play a dollar per line to be in with a chance of winning anything. If you cover all the lines, you’re looking at a minimum of $5 per spin. That’s a hefty bet. You can play more too.
The game is a basic one in some senses, although there are some complex bets going on. You should look closely at the game screen before you begin, to determine which bets you would like to make. They will affect any potential payouts you might get.
Moreover, you should think about the fact there is no wild here, and no scatter either. That is another reason we called this a basic game.
Not really. However, we do have something called Hell Raiser Mode. You must find three bats on a paid line to unlock this. This triggers the Hell Raiser Meter to fill with up to 200 credits to play the game with. There are devil icons in this feature too. The idea is to retain as many devil tokens as you can for as long as you can. Confusing? That’s why you should check out the freeplay version of this before you bet for real.
This is an unusual entry into the Betsoft range of games. It sits apart from many of their other titles. If you manage to get your head around it and give it a try, there are some neat prizes to be won.