Dracula Mobile Slot Review
The Dracula Video Slot, from Net Entertainment, is of course based about the 1931 vampire horror movie that was – itself – based on the popular Novel.
Dracula (the Video Slot!) is playable from as little as 20p per spin, up to £200 per spin, ensuring that all level of players can enjoy the slot.
While it’s not one of the most intuitive games we’ve seen released from the Net Entertainment lab, Dracula does offer a unique take on most of today’s Video Slot games, and most notably is that the reels are 5-rows high. This is more than most slots, and gives the slot quite a cool feeling to it.
The symbols you’ll see include higher-paying characters from the novel/film, as well as all the traditional playing-card symbols, including 10, J, Q, K, and A which make up the lower-paying symbols.
First of all, in the base game, on any spin, you can see Dracula on the left-hand-side of the screen transform into bats, and land mystery symbols on the reels. These mystery symbols transform all into one random symbol, which can give you big wins – or nothing at all.
The main free-spins bonus is triggered by landing the giant Dracula symbol on reel 2, and countess symbol on reel 4.
When you manage to do so, you’ll be awarded with 10 free-spins, and during each free-spin, the Dracula bat feature appears, ensuring that you have a chance of a big win on EACH and every spin! While you can’t retrigger the feature, you are awarded an extra 3 free-spins for landing a special symbol on reel 3, which is found only within the bonus.
Dracula renders just fine on mobile devices, and you can choose to play this Net Entertainment classic in both landscape and portrait mode on your phone or tablet. It displays perfectly, and even those players with smaller screens can enjoy the slot without any issues!
Just open Dracula up from your mobile Internet browser to begin playing, and that’s all there is to it!
Pros Fun, exciting, and eerier, Dracula is a great game for both new and old slot players, and the base-game random feature occurs very frequently, making for nice and regular excitement.
Cons Many players are (seriously) put off by the Dracula game because of the disturbing 3D Dracula on the left-hand-side of the screen. Go see it for yourself – it’s weird, for sure.