It was back in mid February 2015 when my colleague Jack Stewart announced the collaboration between the Swedish casino developer Net Entertainment and Universal Studios. The first branded slot game to be born from the newly formed partnership was The Invisible Man. Now five months later, the second game produced by NetEnt in association with Universal Studios is Universal Monsters Dracula online slot. The new game is based on the iconic horror character Count Dracula that was portrayed in the 1931 movie by the Hungarian-American actor Bela Lugosi.
Dracula’s Blood Sucking Special Features
The Dracula online slot has 5-reels, 4-rows and 40 paylines and has a plethora of features, including the new and innovative Bat feature, Free Spins, stacked symbols, Stacked Wilds, and the regular Wild symbols. Once the unique Bat feature is triggered, it is done so randomly, bats will fly in and land anywhere on the spinning reels in a cluster formation. Then all bats in the cluster will turn into the same random symbol, which also includes the Wild symbol. Depending on where the bats land, players can collect some considerable payouts. The Free Spins bonus round is activated when the Dracula and the Lady appear as stacked symbols on the second and third reels respectively. In return, players will receive 10 free spins.
Exciting Animations and Sounds
In order to enhance the excitement of the game, Net Entertainment has added spine chilling sounds and theatrical animations during the main game, when the darkly and menacing Dracula is at the side of the reels. Additionally, a “binaural sound approach” has been introduced to Dracula slot so it can bring music and sound effects that harmonize the dim graphics.
Play Dracula on Mobile
In addition to playing Dracula on your desktop, thanks to NetEnt’s Touch, you can also access it through your mobile device, whether that is Windows, Android or iOS. Mobile users will be able to enjoy everything the desktop version has to offer, as none of the unmatched graphics have been sacrificed. Don’t forget that you have the range of £0.20 a spin all the way up to £200 to bring down the house! It’s up to you to decide what levels you want to play at giving you the ability to play within your comfort zone.