Mr Slotty might not be the most familiar of slot game providers, but we think you’ll want to play this game because it is a fun take on the Halloween theme. It is crazy, to be sure, and features some crazy things, such as a grey worm inching its way across the bottom of the game screen. It looks like it’s in a hurry, but where could it be going?
The skull at the bottom of the screen reveals the game has 25 lines. There are five reels in place too.
With a one-cent coin value, you can bet from 25 cents on all the lines up to $25 without any worries.
It’s hard to tell because there doesn’t seem to be a paytable anywhere you can look at. However, a few practice spins revealed a book that seemed to act as a wild symbol. This has a strange blue symbol on the cover and if it helps you form a winning line, the book flips open and a blue ghost flitters out. Very spooky and in keeping with the game itself, we think.
We’ve scoured the internet and found a couple of mentions of the potential to win free spins, but it isn’t clear how this is done. We played the game for an extended period and never triggered any free spins, so we’re unsure how this might work.
So, we haven’t got much to go on with this game, despite it having a free play mode to get to grips with. We did enjoy the game but we felt it could have been a lot better if they provided a paytable you could get easy access to. No doubt some players will simply want to play for free, but you wouldn’t want to play for real if you didn’t know what to expect when you did so.
It has all the symbols, with pumpkins, black cats, eyeballs (ew!) and various other things you’d expect from a slot game. But it lacks in details when it comes to telling you how the game works and what you might win. So, it’s good – but it could be better and it could have been planned a little more.