In-demand developer’s latest slot takes player to the heart of a sinister Louisiana house where a number of spell-binding features can help them win big
Stakelogic, the exciting and innovative slot developer, is taking players to the heart of Louisiana and to a deeply sinister house where candles flicker, magic happens and good luck can be found for those brave enough to seek it in its latest release.
Free Spins are triggered when three, four or five Scatter symbols land anywhere on the reels. This activates six, eight and ten Free Spins respectively. While Free Spins are active, Colossal symbols can appear on reels two and four, offering plenty of big win potential.
When the Free Spins round comes to an end, Ultimate Free Spins is automatically triggered. They continue until three Voodoo symbols have been collected. When a Voodoo symbol is collected, it is replaced by a Wild symbol. Colossal symbols are also active during the feature.
If that wasn’t enough to send a tingle down the player’s spine, Voodoo Reels Unlimited Free Spins also has a Pick and Click bonus game that is triggered when they collect six Yarn Ball symbols during the base game. When a Yarn Ball symbol is collected, a Wild takes its place.
During the Pick and Click game, three Voodoo Dolls appear; players get to pick one doll to reveal one of three bonuses – Wild Mixer, Sticky Wild and Free Spins. Voodoo Reels feature.
Super Stake Unlimited Free Spins, this is the Pick and Click game. Players are also given the chance to gamble their winnings.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO of Stakelogic, said: “Voodoo Reels Unlimited Free Spins allows players to summon magic to improve their luck and chances of winning big in this atmospheric and sinister slot. Of course, the game’s combination of generous bonus feature helps, too.
Voodoo Reels Unlimited Free Spins has been designed to deliver a spine tingling player experience by combining thrilling gameplay with dark and moody designs and chilling sounds. This all comes together to deliver a spell-binding player experience.”