By Simon Wright Oct 26, 2022
This Halloween, sink your fangs into Castle Of Terror™, the blood-curdling new game from Big Time Gaming (BTG). This highly volatile, six-reel slot offers up to 4,096 ways to win and comes packed with cool BTG features like Bonus Buy™ and Win Exchange™. The game will be making its hair-raising debut on the 26 Oct and will be available network wide.
Dare you Enter the Castle of Terror™? For those brave enough to take on the vampires, massive win-potential awaits. Just make sure you bring along some Holy Water for extra protection.
Every spin, there is a chance that two or more positions on the centre four reels will be hit by Holy Water. Any potential vampires drenched from the blessed bottle become Wild and increment a win multiplier for that spin by one for truly fang-tastic wins.
Castle of Terror has two Scatter options, the regular Silver Castle Scatter and the Gold Castle Megascatter. Three of any Scatters will yield 12 Free Spins, plus three additional spins for each Scatter beyond the third. Holy Water occurs on every Free Spin for spine-tingling wins. The win multiplier starts at one and increases by one every time a symbol becomes Wild.
If one of the three triggering Scatters is Megascatter, you enter Enhanced Free Spins, where the win multiplier starts at two and increases by two each time. Every time the win multiplier reaches a multiple of 20 you hit the blood bank and receive an additional six Free Spins.
And don’t forget, you have the option of buying directly into the bonus rounds with BTG’s Bonus Buy™ feature. Meanwhile, with Win Exchange™, if you win between 25 and 100 times your stake, you can choose to swap the entire win for the chance to be awarded 12 Free Spins. The chance of winning the gamble is shown in green on a wheel. Whenever you win 100 times stake or more, you can swap the win directly for the 12 Free Spins.
Nik Robinson, BTG CEO, said: “We love Halloween at BTG, and this game has been keeping me up at night. There’s a lot going on with Castle of Terror™.”
“It’s pretty feature-rich, but it has a simple learning curve to suit all players. It’s got a few tricks, a few treats, but overall, it’s just a good game. Bloody good!”