ReelPlay’s Creepy Castle Video Slot Review

Creepy Castle: Demo

Are you brave enough to enter the Creepy Castle? If you are, goodies on offer include randomly transforming wild symbols and a bonus feature that awards up to 15 free spins with up to 4 extra wild symbols spinning around the reels. Powered by ReelPlay, play from 25p to £625 per spin.

There’s a certain slapstick feel about this Creepy Castle – the design is bright and has a cartoon feel. Watched over by a suit of armour, the reels include A to 9 playing cards (which have been given a ghoulish flourish or two) as well as 4r monsters – Ballie, Bato, Tally and Squido. This quartet take centre stage in the first extra on offer.

Each monster symbol can randomly turn into a wild during any base game spin. It will then replace all other symbols apart from the Creepy Castle scatter. This is known as the Monster Wilds feature.

Landing 3, 4 or 5 of that Creepy Castle symbol on the same spin triggers the Creepy Spins feature – it’s a free spins bonus where you can look forward to 9, 12 or 15 free spins. Before these free spins play out, you’ll be shown 6 doors. Behind them lurk the monsters plus the Creepy Spins symbol.

Keep on picking until you unlock all 4 of the monsters or you land the Creepy Spins symbol. Every monster that you managed to unlock from the pre-round picks will become wild for the duration of the free spins that follow. It’s not possible to win any more free spins here unfortunately but 4 wild monsters should go a long way!

This cartoon caper owes more to Scooby Doo that Dracula as far as scares go. It’s a light-hearted game that comes with easy on the eye design and some basic features. The free spins round offers some decent winning potential though, especially if you manage to land multiple monster wilds during the picks part of the free spins round.

However, the overall volatility is in the medium to high range with potential payouts of up to 3,247 times your total bet on each free spin! Don’t expect to be too frightened on a trip to the Creepy Castle. It’s not very creepy at all but the bonus feature can provide some decent thrills if the 4 wild monsters work some wild magic. If you like scary themed games, Happy Halloween by Play ‘N Go and Fairground Fortunes: Ghost Train by Playtech are recommended.

Show more