|Game:||Trick Or Treat||Paylines:||3|
|Manufacturer:||Microgaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.25 – £15.00|
|Bonus Features:||No||Free Spins:||No|
|RTP:||Unknown||Game Type:||Video Slot|
- but why not try one of these?
Halloween seems to be celebrated these days in a manner which it never was when those of us of a certain age were a bit younger. On one night of the year, hordes of parents escort their children around the suburbs and housing estates in the hope of finding a householder willing to hand over some sort of reward. Trick Or Treat is a Microgaming slot based on this particular event so read on to find out more.
Trick Or Treat is one of Microgaming’s older classic slots and it follows the design of a number which were released during the same period. It features three reels and three paylines and the big log below those reels is row of glowing pumpkins underneath several swooping bats.
The right hand side of the screen contains the ever useful paytable which displays all the relevant information about this game. The symbols here are theme-related and include green sweets, green/purple sweets, green/purple/yellow sweets, pumpkins and bats. The pumpkins are the most valuable and worth up to 4000x for three on a winning payline.
Aside from three matching symbols on a payline, there are various other ways to win money including:
- Any three mixed sweets on a payline will win 5x your line stake.
- Any three mixed bats/pumpkins will return 75x your line stake.
Betting is accomplished by using the ‘+’ and ‘-‘ buttons below the reels; this gives a range of £0.25 – £5.00. Now you can select a coin level of one, two or three which will double or triple your stake proportionately.
The biggest prize is the exception to that increase – it’s worth 4000x your line stake if you are using three coins which is double the prize if you are using two coins. This means there’s a financial incentive to use all three coins and you can so this with a reasonable small stake of £0.75.
That extra financial incentive means this slot offers something a little extra and it’s worth a go for fans of classic slots. We like the traditional sound effects.