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House of Doom is a Play ‘N Go slot with 5 reels and 10 fixed paylines. Playable from 10p to £100 on all devices, this heavy metal music themed offering benefits from expanding wilds as well as a Doom Spins feature where you can win infinite free spins – you will also benefit from an extra wild as well as up to 5 reels being highlighted where the wild will expand within it. There’s also a Skull of Abyss Bonus Game feature where you pick skulls to win cash prizes or enter the free spins feature.
Visually, House of Doom has a dark, horror feel to it with a purple haunted church set upon skulls in the backdrop. Symbols on the reels include gothic looking A, K, Q, J and 10 playing cards as well as barbed wired crosses, flaming roses, pentagrams and ram skulls.
The latter is the most rewarding symbol giving you 70 times your stake for 5 on a payline. The Seer is the wild symbol with just 2 giving you a small payout – it replaces all symbols bar the 2 scatters. More importantly, 5 across a payline will give you a cool 100 times your total stake. Furthermore, 1 reel is randomly chosen and highlighted on each base game spin – if the wild symbol lands within the chosen reel, it expands to give you a wild reel.
When it comes to bonus features, you have the Skulls of Abyss Bonus Game feature which is played when you get the Skull scatter symbol simultaneously on reels 2, 3 and 4 (the 3 middle reels). You then pick skulls, 1 at a time, to give you hidden prizes – you can win cash prizes or trigger the Doom Spins feature (more on this below). The cash prizes go up to 20 times your stake.
The main attraction is the Doom Spins feature which is played when the House of Doom symbol appears on reels 1, 3 and 5 simultaneously – this will start you off with 10 free spins. The House of Doom scatter transforms into a House of Doom wild symbol in order to give you an additional wild.
Look out for the House of Symbol scatter appearing on reels 1, 3 and 5 as this will reward you with more free spins – there’s no limit to how many times you can do this. Now, between 2 and 5 reels are highlighted on every free spin – if a wild or wild House of Doom symbol lands on the highlighted reels, they expand to give you a wild reel. This can result in 5 wild reels on every free spin!
House of Doom looks superb and has a cracking soundtrack – it’s rewarding in the base game as well as the Doom Spins feature due to the possibility of wild reels. Your chances are winning bigger in the Doom Spins feature due to the potential 5 wild reels on each free spin.
As a result, you can win 2,500 times your stake on each spin/free spin. It’s a medium to high variance offering. If you like high variance offerings, I recommend you try NetEnt’s Blood Suckers II and Play ‘N Go’s Gold King.