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New Booming Online Halloween Game: Horror House
Having entered the time of the year with the most holidays lined up, online casino game developers are prepared to take the stage and put their best ideas forward. It is their time to deliver their best holiday games, with Halloween as the first to kick off the season.
Booming Games is ready with a scary slot game, one that captures all of the best of Halloween. Complete with spooky music and 3125 betways, Horror House is now available to all Aussie online casino game players.
Notice that the first three letters in Booming Games spell “boo.”
Coincidence? We think not.
Inside the Horror House
From the moment the player opens Horror House, the spooky music puts the player in the mood for Halloween. The purple-tinged background shows bats hanging from barren trees. The haunted house is at the center, featuring the grid in the middle of it. The windows are boarded up, spiderwebs hang from the house features, and the symbols on the grid are broken windows when not showing symbols.
Booming Games released Horror House on October 8 to some of the top online casinos in the world.
The game shows an RTP (return-to-player) of 96.04%.
Action begins with 45 betways on a 1-3-5-3-1 grid. As wins accumulate, the grid opens up, moving toward its capacity of 5×5. At that point, there are 3,125 betways.
Horror House Payout Information
The max payout in Horror House is 4,800x the bet.
The bets themselves can be significant, starting at just $0.10 per spin but increasing – in fairly small increments – up to $100 per spin. It is a game for players of all means and bankrolls.
With the bet set at the minimum of $0.10, the following is a list of payouts for each symbol when five of them hit on a payline:
- Dracula = $2.00
- Frankenstein = $1.00
- Werewolf = $0.50
- Chucky = $0.40
- Black cat = $0.30
- Spider = $0.20
- A, K, Q, J, or 10 = $0.10 each
Horror House Features and Gameplay
One of the standard features in this (and nearly every) online casino slot game is the Wild. In Horror House, it is an upside-down bat with “WILD” written across it. The symbol can appear in the second, third, fourth, and fifth reels in both the base game and the bonus round. It can substitute for all other symbols.
What players really want to hit, however, is a respin.
Any winning combination on a payline triggers one respin. Another win triggers another respin, and so on, to a maximum of five respins. And each one increases the grid size and the number of ways to win.
- First spin = 45 ways to win
- First respin = 135 ways to win
- Second respin = 405 ways to win
- Third respin = 675 ways to win
- Fourth respin = 1,125 ways to win
- Fifth respin = 1,875 ways to win
By hitting a winning combination on the fifth respin, the player activates eight free spins and the full 3,125 ways to win on the 5×5 grid. All of the free spins occur at that level.
As the player hits winning combinations involving a variety of the symbols, they react. For example, the cat screeches, Dracula laughs, and the spider even seems to hiss, as if a spider isn’t horrifying all by itself. The windows even creak when they open on each respin.
Where to Play Horror House
Players have the chance to try out Horror House for free. Booming Games offers that option for all of its online slot games.
Simply open the Booming Games website to the games page and click on Horror House. It will open a new window with a free-play version of Horror House with no login or account necessary. It’s the perfect way to explore the game and its features.
For those looking to try out Halloween offerings from Booming Games’ past years, scroll down on the games page for Witches Wild Brew or Show Me the Mummy. Since it’s October, players can also play Octoberfest, Wunderfest, and Wunderfest Deluxe.
When ready to play slot games for real money, check out Horror House and other Booming Games releases at these top-rated Aussie casinos online: