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Hell Raiser Slot Machine

Hell Raiser is a unique blockbuster video slot released by the reputable Betsoft gaming platform. Released in late 2014, the innovative casino game is a multi-line, four-roll, 10-line variation, a fruit machine whose very look and feel will quickly make you nostalgic for the days when you first started “playing the pokies”.

Unassociated with the cult British horror film directed by Clive Barker, Hell Raiser is a retro-style slot that has the ability to keep you spellbound for hours on end. Let’s break it down.

Hell’s bells

Hell Raiser takes place on a 4x3 grid, and there are nine unique symbols featured, including cherries, lemons, oranges, blueberries, watermelons, grapes and the Hell Raiser devil himself. There is a lot going on in the main screen, with the reel grid situated at the top of the screen and the payline featured below. There’s also a table to the left of the reel grid, showing your balance, credits, bet and win amounts.

Players can play on a single payline, or on all ten. They can also play on five, if they prefer. To win a pay-out, all you need to do is find two identical symbols on a single active payline. All wins pay left to right, and as this is an old-fashioned slot, there are no scatter or wild symbols.

Hell Raiser features four different wager amounts, comprising coins stretching in value between one and 20. Naturally, the higher the bet, the greater the number of combinations that will result in you winning a handsome pay-out.

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No ordinary game

Hell Raiser is no ordinary game. For instance, the title features separate hold buttons for each roll on one-coin bets, in place to let you hold your preferred symbols while spinning the remainder quite freely. There are also multiple ‘double or quits’ options on one-coin bets, with as many ‘heads or tails’ calls as you like within the bonus timeframe. Moreover, if your spin on five, ten and 20-coin bets brings up a trio of Hell Raiser bat symbols, you’ll enter the special Hell Raiser bonus level.

During the mini-game, you’ll have an instant bonus of 200 coins credited to your account. In other words, there are four separate games that combine to give you the Hell Raiser video slot.

The pay values associated with each icon are dependent on which ‘bet head’ you choose. You can determine the bet head using the control at the bottom of the screen. With Bet 1, you can win a top prize of 100, which is linked with the devil symbol. The watermelon pays 40, the grapes and strawberries pay 20 and the blueberry pays 10. The orange, lemon and cherry icons pay five, while the red berries pay two.

With five paylines in play, the top pay-out remains 100, but the values associated with the other symbols go up. With watermelons, for instance, the pay-out rises from 40 to 60. It’s also 60 for combinations of grapes, and the pay-out for blueberries and strawberries doubles, from 20 to 40.

Of course, putting all paylines in play means setting the bet head to 20. If you do this, you can expect a top pay-out of 200. The other values are also generous, with 120 for watermelons and grapes, 80 for strawberries and blueberries and 40 for oranges, lemons and cherries.

Kicking ass and raising hell

Hell Raiser will undeniably appeal to a certain strain of gamer. The graphics are certainly not needle-sharp, but the slot does as advertised, giving you plenty of opportunity to win cash by matching combinations of fruit.

The presence of a wild or scatter might have helped, or even some kind of free spins bonus, but in truth, this isn’t that sort of game. It’s old school, a pokie built for the ‘90s yet surfacing in the digital age of the 2010s.

If it sounds up your alley, give it a go and see how you get on. You can play in demo mode to gauge which way the wind’s blowing, but in all likelihood you should already know if this one appeals to you.

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