Haunted House Pokies – Have a Thrilling Time!
When it comes down to Halloween themes and casino games, Playtech sure knows how to make them. Haunted House pokies is a Playtech pokies game that takes our scariest childhood nightmares and makes a fun casino game out of them. The game takes on the format of the classic pokies game with 3 reels and 5 possible active pay lines. Keeping it simple with a bet range of 0.25 – 5 coins, this allows you to make a maximum bet of 25 coins at any one time.
Haunted House pokies does not support a wild symbol but it does have a scatter symbol in the form of the garlic clove, the vampire’s worst nightmare! Get a Garlic clove on any reel at any time and you will win prizes, 3 of them will win you the jackpot of 1,800 coins!
The look and feel maintains an old school casino feel with an authentic Halloween look. Garlic cloves, Jack ‘O Lanterns, bats and coffins are all a part of the aesthetic. Couple this with Playtech pokies classic software which displays the reels below a clear and crisp pay table and you have a genuinely good, simple and old school pokies game that can bring hours of fun and scares.
Informally known as the fruit machine, originally nicknamed the “one armed bandit”, known by the rest of the world as a pokies pokies machine, pokies certainly have character. They started in the US, during the 18th century, created by Charles Fey who put together a few revolving drums with some cards plastered on the front and a big arm that made them spin. They grew in popularity throughout the America’s, spawning hundreds, then thousands, then hundreds of thousands of machines.
In the 1950’s, an Australian company decided they were going to make their own pokies machines and created one called the Clubman. It was so popular that a few years later it spawned the sequel, Clubmaster. We all love our pokies, we still see casino games in pubs and club and casinos across Australia all the time, but not as much as before. Now, you can play your casino games online, so why go anywhere else?