Take a trip to the drive-in and enjoy a classic horror movie in Full Moon Romance. Powered by Thunderkick and available on all devices, it’s a 5 reel, 15 payline game that comes with stylish retro design and a couple of features. On offer are stacked cloned symbols that can land on multiple reels and a free spins round. Play from 10p to £100 per spin.

The design in Full Moon Romance has a classic 1950s feel. The setting is a drive-in cinema, complete with a trio of classic cars beneath the reels. Those reels include A to J playing cards alongside bunches of flowers, a puppy love necklace and a pair of lovers called Jack and Rosie.

Both of the sweethearts can land fully stacked and reward you with 150 times your stake for 5 across a payline. There’s also a wild that substitutes for everything apart from the scatter. There are 2 special features on offer in this particular cinema showing:

In order to trigger the Clone feature, you need to land either Jack or Rosie fully stacked on reel 1. That stack is then cloned and can be dropped onto any or all of the other 4 reels. A new payout is made with the extra cloned stacked in position.

Then you have the Bonus Game feature which is activated by landing 3, 4 or 5 of the full moon scatter on the same spin – your reward is 10, 15 or 20 free spins. Any Jack or Rosie symbols that hits during the free spins transforms into a werewolf. These werewolves will clone as in the base game to give you up to 4 duplicates on the other reels. Furthermore, land 3, 4 or 5 full moon scatters and an extra 10, 15 or 20 free spins are added to your tally.

Thunderkick is up there with the best when it comes to the design of their video slots and Full Moon Romance is no exception. This game looks lovely and a has a real retro flavour. The features aren’t the most exciting we’ve seen but offer some decent action in both the base game and the feature rounds – you can win up to 830 times your stake on every spin.

If Grease is your idea of movie heaven, then you’ll want to take in a showing of Full Moon Romance. If you like werewolves though, NetEnt’s Mr Green Moonlight and Ash Gaming’s Full Moon Fortunes are worth howling to.