Dracula

Sink your teeth into the mighty Dracula online slot machine where you’ll be able to bleed out some unholy wins.

  • Another top notch high production value game from Net Entertainment
  • Brilliant graphical effects and absolutely spine tingling sound effects
  • Bat feature can trigger at any moment and land extra symbols on the reels
  • Stop in paying symbols on the 2nd and 4th reels to activate the bonus round
  • Free spins take place on enhanced reels with the bat feature on every spin
  • Stacked wild reel available for the full duration of your free spins

There are plenty of games out there that embrace the dark side of popular folklore for their theme. From titles that put a dark spin on fairy tales like Miss Red and Mythic Maiden through to those that are out and out vampire inspired slots, including Bitten and Blood Suckers, you’ll find a ton of slot games that wouldn’t be out of place in an episode of the Twilight Zone or Tales from the Crypt.

Dracula is another one of these titles from Net Entertainment, and by god they’ve pulled out all the cards with its tip top production. The visuals are nothing short of stunning featuring fully animated reels that come to life with every spin and a large Dracula avatar that helps narrate the action. Watch as this undead lord snaps and spits from his seat, goading you to spin again as he turns into a flock of bats and populates the reels with his minions.

The sound effects on this game are equally creepy, full of schlock horror noises and things that go bump in the night. One thing that no slot will be able to get away from is the thrill of the win noises, and there’s plenty of audio to give you that big old boost when you land the top prizes on offer from this slot. Ultimately every aspect of this machine has clearly been fine tuned to create a top notch playing environment. After all, that’s what Net Entertainment are best at, with their Platinum slot range still representing some of the best online games you’ll find on the web.

At any time during a normal slot spin, Dracula will turn into a flock of bats that will fly their way over the reels. This is what Net Entertainment are calling the Bat Feature. The bats turn a random number of spaces on the reels into a cluster of similar symbols before the rest of the reels come to rest. This gives you a chance to land some big combinations, but more importantly it gives you a massive burst of anticipation as you wait to see if the remaining reels line up with these symbols and pump your bankroll full of cash.

Stop in a Dracula symbol anywhere on the second reel of the game and a lady symbol on the fourth reel to activate the free spin round on offer from this slot. This takes you to a second set of reels where a special stacked wild, made up of Dracula and the lady in a loving embrace, can hit on the middle reel and help you hit the big combos. That’s not all either as the bat feature will be in full flow working its magic on every spin as you march towards some of the top prizes available from this online slot machine.

Slot Professor Says

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Dracula is a great online slot machine and those guys at Net Entertainment have absolutely managed to hit their formula one more time. Blending together some of the hottest graphics you’ll see on any slot with a clever and stunning avatar system that simply fits the gameplay like a vampire in a coffin. The base game mechanism is innovative, fast paced and triggers enough times to make every spin into a nail-biting proposition as the bat feature randomly triggers and amps up your wins.

Do I have anything bad to say about this slot? Well to be honest I find it a little frightening. The way Dracula sits on his throne and snarls at you as the wins come of the reels is nothing less than daunting. Then there’s the bats. If you’re not a fan of things that go bump in the night then there are plenty of less scary games out there. May I suggest something with that old cartoony casino style to prevent you from having nightmare? Rainbow Riches perhaps?

This is the bit of the review where I talk about the bonus game. Is Dracula a title where hitting the bonus is imperative to walking away from a winning session? On this occasion I’m going to go with no. The reason for this is that the game offers you some good money from the bigger symbols on the grid, which do tend to often connect with the bat feature, paying you out some prizes that would even impress a thousand year old Transylvanian vampire lord.