Lightning Horseman is powered by Lightning Box Games and comes with 5 reels and 40 paylines. This horror themed offering can be played from 40p to £200 a spin on all devices and comes a Lightning Bonus feature where Lightning Bolts reward you with respins in order to win cash prizes. If you collect 15 Lightning Bolts, you’ll enter the Mega Spins feature where you can win 1 of the fixed jackpots.

With a horror/mysterious feel, Lightning Horseman has cartoon style graphics – symbols on the reels include A, K, Q and J playing cards as well as a female and male character, black crows, haunted sheds and treasure chests full of gold coins. The Lightning Horseman is the wild symbol and replaces all symbols bar the scatter – 5 across a payline will reward you 600 times your stake.

Look out for the Lightning Bolt symbol as 6 or more on the reels will trigger the Lightning Bonus feature – you will be rewarded with 3 respins. The aim is to land more Lightning Bolts as normal paytable pays don’t apply. If more Lightning Bolts appear, the number of respins resets to 3. Once the spins end, you will win cash prizes and fixed jackpots for each Lightning Bolt.

If you manage to fill the screen with Lightning Bolts (i.e. 15), you will trigger the Mega Spins feature – you will then get between 1 and 3 respins of each reel position to give you even more prizes or to win 1 of the jackpots. The Grand Jackpot is the largest and offers wins of 4,000 times your total stake.

Lightning Horseman may not be the best-looking slot but it’s medium to high variance – be warned though, it’s quite hard to trigger the Lightning Bonus feature so you need to be patient. Once in, it can give you huge wins to the tune of 37,500 times your total stake!

In fact, the base game offers wins of up to 24,000 times your stake if you fill the screen with wilds. Overall, 1 of Lightning Box Games’ best offerings. If you enjoy the horror theme, Iron Dog Studio’s Blood Queen and Thunderkick’s Full Moon Romance are recommended.