Free Spins: Yes
Wild symbol: Yes
Scatter symbol: Yes
Coin Values: 0.02 up to 4
Jackpot: 5000 Coins
“When the full moon crests in the sky, whoever is unlucky enough to fall under the werewolf curse turns into a wolf. […] If it were a choice, it wouldn’t be called a curse. Werewolves will attack humans, but instinct and centuries of rivalry have hardwired them to hunt their prey of choice – vampires”. Feeling creeped out yet? There are no werewolves in this NextGen slot, but you will need to brave up and face the Blood Lore Vampire Clan in their own home. They’ll appreciate your courage and reward you for it, and might even let you leave without turning you into one of their own. Just in case, grab a clove of garlic and a wooden stake before you head towards the woods which are hiding Clan’s home.
When you enter the spooky house where the Vampire Clan resides, you’ll be met by its residents, the House symbol, Blood Phial, Pistol and blood-stained 9 to Ace playing card icons. Luckily (or not?) you’re visiting their home at night, the two torches being the only light source to help you find your way around. Vampire Queen herself is Wild. She’ll substitute for all other symbols except the scattered Moon and double the awards when participating in winning combinations. She might not look very happy doing it, but she’ll help anyway. And being as powerful as she is, Wild Queen can also form winning combos on her own.
Blood Lore Vampire Clan features 5 reels and 20 flexible lines, offering you to bet from $0.02 to $4 per line. Winning combinations are formed by identical symbols appearing on a payline consecutively, from left to right. Exception is the scattered Moon which will pay regardless of its position. If your hands feel a bit shaky, you can leave the spinning to Autoplay. It lets you choose 5 to 500 rounds which will be played automatically.
The full Moon represents your Scatter symbol. When 3, 4 or 5 of them hit the reels, they’ll award 12, 16 and 20 Free Spins respectively. As you spin for free, all amounts won will get tripled. If Wild icon participates in a winning combo, it will multiply the win 6 times. Landing another group of 3+ Scatter icons will re-trigger this feature.
To multiply your win, you can use the familiar Gamble function. Choosing correctly the next colour in line will double it and selecting the right suit will quadruple it. You can gamble your winnings up to five times, so if you’re lucky enough, this function alone could inflate the amount won more than 1,000 times.
The most generous base game icon is that of the Vampire Clan, paying up to 2,500x your line bet. If you were betting the max $4 per line, this would win you $10,000 amount. Wild pays even more, awarding as much as 5,000x line bet or a maximum of $20,000. Scattered Moon will not go quite that high, promising up to 100x your total bet or $8,000 for five-of-a-kind. Opportunity to win more is given via Free Spins which triple amounts won and, if you’re feeling lucky enough, gamble function which can quadruple your win 5 times in a row.
Blood Lore Vampire Clan is a high volatile game so manage your bankroll carefully. Otherwise, you might be leaving this scary place sooner than you’ve planned.
It’s pitch-dark and the moon is full – what better time to tackle vampires than this!? Blood-curdling music and sounds add to scary atmosphere and might make you feel a bit uneasy if playing at night. Perhaps you’ll even start imagining blood-scented breath on the back of your neck… Ok, clearly we think the theme is executed well, though there was more room to exploit the vampire legend fully. Like taking the game to a different screen during the bonus round.
When speaking of bonuses, there’s not really a wide range available. In fact, if you take away gamble function, there’s only one. As prizes are tripled during Free Spins, you could still be leaving vampires’ house with full pockets. Couple of highly lucrative symbol combinations can also deliver generously, so you’ve got thousands of reasons why you should walk into this vampire’s lair. Even if all of your instincts scream “No!”