Just in time for Halloween, Play'n GO is launching a new slot called Happy Halloween with many additional features that allow punters to win a 5000x jackpot. However, this is not a typo, as the game mentions the German heavy metal band, which completes the developer’s series of rock-themed slot titles.
The latest release delivers a magical environment, combining a classic Halloween theme with elements inspired by heavy metal bands. The title has a 5x3 grid with 10 active paylines, which are settled in a dark fantasy castle, and there are a few monsters and pumpkins among the symbols on the reels.
The slot delivers a variety of bets ranging from $0.1 to $100 per spin, so players will find their favorite betting option. The mathematical model is somewhat similar to the one used in the previous version of the brand’s Twisted Sister series. Taking a step back in terms of the level of volatility, which makes the game a little easier, the developers claim that it is 6 out of 10, which is medium volatility. Different RTP values are generated depending on the developer's style. So players should check the stats before making a deposit, as the percentage can be different depending on where the punters will play, but it should be 94.2% by default. The maximum potential win is 5000x the bet.
Chief Operating Officer of Play'n GO, Martin Zettergren said:
"Happy Halloween is a slot that will bewitch and delight players in equal measure with premium performance and industry-leading animations. Launching simultaneously on both mobile and flash in time for the increasingly popular autumn holiday, Happy Halloween will deliver tricks and many treats for those players who dare to play the creepy, candle-lit reels."
One of the most notable names in the industry is Play’n GO, and their casinos are top-rated and deliver excellent games for both mobile and online players. The provider is one of the most popular casino software brands out there, which is evidence to how much players care about the games, jackpots and casinos they work with. The brand has its own casinos and offers licensed software to other users such as NetEnt and Microgaming.
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