If you feel you would like to try a video slot that gives you the retro feel, then probably Lucky Haunter is the right choice for you. Developed by Igrosoft, a lesser-known developer, this game puts you in a tavern atmosphere where simply the luck can hit you at any time. There isn’t much information about this developer, but Lucky Haunter looks like a pretty serious slot, which might be worth trying.
How to Play it
The graphics may not be very appealing, however, this video slot can already be found on a few online casinos, most of them offering the opportunity to try this title for free in the demo mode. This can prove to be the perfect way to learn and discover it, before trying it for real money. When spinning the reels you will find some symbols which are tavern-based like caps, cans or pints of beer, bottles or wine, but also food symbols like shrimp or a lobster.
How to Get the Most Out of It
The layout includes 5 reels and 3 rows, but the slot also has 9 pay lines. There isn’t any coin size and you can play with 1 to 225 credits. The real interesting thing is the jackpot, which is not progressive but has the value of 187500 coins, which is definitely a handsome sum capable of luring players to this slot. The special features you will need to look for are:
- The horseshoe which is the wild symbol, capable of replacing most of the symbols (except the game logo or the scatter) to create a winning combination;
- The beer cork is the scatter symbol and if landed at least 3 times anywhere on the reels will activate the Bonus Game. In this round, you will choose from 5 corks which will increase your payout. If within those corks you find the exit one, the bonus round will end, if not you will enter the second round where you can find dishes covered by a lid. If you find chicken your winnings will be multiplied, if you will find bones, then you will not win anything.
Lucky Haunter has a different theme than many of the slots available online and although it has a tavern theme this doesn’t mean it’s a drinking game, it’s actually a winning one.