House of Horror Slot Review, RTP & Features

Slot Info

Software Electracade
Min Bet Per Line
Bet Range - 450.00
Game FeaturesWild Symbol, Bonus Feature

The House of Horror slot is a really quirky little game that allows you to delve into the creepy little house, sat perched on a mountaintop. The game is a classic in that it takes you back to those old cartoons that had haunted houses and only the bravest of the brave would ever venture up there. The graphics would probably be called pretty retro now, but we still feel that slots of this kind have a place in the modern day of online gaming.

You get a 5 reel 9 payline game, which isn’t all that great to be honest. You do get a couple of bonus games and feature games to play through though, so all is not lost. Also, you can play up to £50 a line, so the max bet is a pretty impress £450 per spin for the higher rollers amongst you.

Special Features

The jackpot game will be accessed by getting 5 of the bonus symbols. To win the lot you need to then sock Frankenstein with the maximum voltage and whatever the progressive is at that time, will be yours!

Frankenstein Bonus

The Frankenstein bonus round is the only real feature that can be accessed from this game. But, it’s not a bad little one at that. You need to first collect three or more of the bonus symbols in the game on a winning payline. Once into the bonus game, it’s then your job to shock Frankenstein back into life. Depending how much voltage you use will depend on how much of a multiplier is added to your winnings.


House of Horror Screenshot


House of Horror Paytable


The House of Horror is another old school slot that’s probably seen better days. The 9 payline game is one that you almost never see these days, coupled with the lack of features really does makes you wonder how much time games like this have in them.

That being said, it’s still a pretty solid offering for anyone who is either starting out in their online slots journey or just prefers these simple games. A lot of the more modern titles are complicated to say the least and this stripped back version of how online slots used to be has actually been rather refreshing to play.

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