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We like a decent fright every now and again, whether it’s watching a horror movie or wandering around the grounds of a ruined castle at night. Admittedly we don’t ever do the latter but checking out a scary movie is often on the agenda. It’s also possible to combine one’s love of online slots with the horror genre by playing a game such as Haunted House. It’s developed by Playtech so read on to find out more about this traditional machine.
Haunted House is a three reel slot with five paylines and it could be argued that the theme is more funny than scary; a Dracula-like character with red eyes floats above the title in the top left hand corner of the screen underneath several bats which look as if they are hanging by pieces of string. Occasionally a witch on a broomstick will wobble across the background in front of the silhouetted castle and a full moon.
The symbols are all horror-related and include garlic, candles, a golden chalice, a dagger, a coffin and a cross. The garlic symbols are the ones to watch out for (as any vampire will tell you) with one anywhere on a payline worth 5x your line stake. At the other end of the scale, three garlics on reel five (bottom left to top right) will be worth 1800x your line stake.
How It Works
All you really have to do now is set your line stake and that’s accomplished with the ‘+’ and ‘-‘ buttons in the bottom left of the screen. This sets your bet per payline and now you can choose how many lines you want active by using the ‘Bet One’ button to add one at a time of the ‘Bet Max’ button to select all five. Your total bet is shown in the box to the left of the reels.
If you’d like to use the Autoplay function but are struggling to track it down it can be found by clicking the little spanner icon in the top right hand corner.
Haunted House may seem a little dated now but it does have a moderately haunting soundtrack which suits the theme. There are better classic slots around now but this is worth a few minutes of your time.