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Spooky Games to Feature on Halloween

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Spooky Slot Games

Boo! The spookiest day of the year crept up fast. It’s the week of Halloween, and SlotDawg is handing out an early treat. We’re sharing another way to build Halloween buzz – and business – at your establishment! The previous post tackled menus, décor, and giveaways. Now, we’re rounding up four spooktacular slot games to feature on October 31st. They’re freaky, frightening, and sure to thrill your customers with a good time.

Better Off Ed

Fans of the scary side of Halloween will delight in this game from Bally. Released for Halloween in 2013, Better Off Ed follows a hollow-eyed, luminous green zombie named Ed. A slightly confused Ed wanders a haunted hilltop in an apocalyptic world. The five-reel, fixed 30-line setup features creepy cartoons, like severed eyeballs and bodies clawing out of graves. With chances to win three progressive jackpots, free spins, and extra wilds, you really are better off…Ed.

Black Widow

Superheroes and villains are among the top trending Halloween costumes on Google Frightgeist. Characters that tell a story about good versus evil have timeless appeal. That’s why Black Widow may attract your customers to the slots area. The IGT game depicts the sinister tale of a seductive female who is plotting to murder three unsuspecting men. Black Widow features wilds and free spins on five reels and 40 fixed lines. The standout feature is a super stack. At the start of every spin, a stack of symbols appears on the reel. Over time, the stack turns into the same symbol, creating payouts. With piercing blue eyes, the enigma of Black Widow can lure in even the most vigilant player.

Doctor BoneJangles

The visually stunning neon animation is a stark contrast to the grim story of this IGT game. Doctor BoneJangles is a skeleton voodoo master. Suited up in a bright purple tux, he knows fortune is your customers’ future. Players vie for two bonus features in the doctor’s colorful but ghastly five-reel, fixed 25-line game. One feature takes place in the doctor’s office. Players interact with a tattered voodoo doll, using items like a safety pin, match, and clothespin to reveal bonus credits. The doctor is sin!

Count Money

They know Count Dracula. Now, introduce your customers to Count Money. This WMS game is a nod to the classic horror of vampire fantasy. The reel features the iconic characters of a vampire’s lair, including bats, crows, spiders, and Count Money himself. The Count Money symbols trigger two bonuses. In Count Money’s namesake bonus, players select from his collection of jewels to increase – or end – the bonus round. For a bigger bonus, just avoid the garlic.

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