Whether it be through American Horror Story or some other form of entertainment, there’s something so spooky about carnivals and everything that comes with them. There’s an unknown quantity to their history and where they’ve come from, and because of that, a lot of it can be open to interpretation.
Today, we’re going to take a deeper look at it through Nolimit City’s The Creepy Carnival slot game.
The standard 5×3 reel layout of The Creepy Carnival slot game threatens to lure you into a false sense of security, making you feel as if you’re walking into any random slot experience – when you’re not. There are 20 paylines, all of which can be viewed at either side of the board, being accompanied by some pretty creepy looking symbols.
The standard playcards do make an appearance alongside the strongman, talking bear, creepy clown and more.
The return to player (RTP) percentage is a bridge that most slot players have to cross at one point in their gaming lives, if only because it gives you an idea of what you can expect to earn financially from any given slot. The same can be said for The Creepy Carnival slot game with the RTP coming in at 96.07%. We’d argue that is below the standard average and with low to medium volatility, high rollers may not be particularly thrilled about their prospects.
You’re able to start off your journey at 20p before working it up to a conservative maximum stake of $/€/£50, although it must be noted that you can win 1,595x your initial stake.
Visually, this game lives up to the billing from the dark night sky to the symbols who all attempt to strike fear into our hearts. Oh, and the soundtrack is very unsettling, too.
You’ll want to keep an eye out for the tiger, who is the wild, and the fortune-teller who serves as part of the scatter. If you land three or more scatters then you’ll be able to activate the free spin bonus mode, and with retriggers, you could land more than 50 free spins alongside a 5x multiplier.
A star spin bar will also add up all of your wins, and when it’s full, you’ll activate a feature that gives you free spins in addition to extra wilds.
Outside of feeling like we need to sleep with one eye open, there is a lot we like about The Creepy Carnival slot game. It doesn’t try to be pretty or over the top, but instead, it focuses on the horrors that the scare genre can provide.
The winnings are decent enough, and for those who like to be freaked out from time to time, we’d say that it can be quite addictive.
We have some not so creepy slot titles such as Gladiator of Rome, A Dragon’s Story, Teddy Bears Picnic and Red Dragon.