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    Slots players who remember a certain British comedy film series from the 1950’s and 1960’s, will surely Carry On Laughing as they spin the reels of the Big Ghoulies slot machine. It’s very reminiscent of these movies, in style content and name. Even the title is a bit suggestive, and once you open up the game and see the comic characters that populate the five reels of this slot, you can be laughing all the way to the bank when these fun symbols line up for you. We’re not sure how popular Carry On films were outside of the UK, and this slot comes from the Italian-based WMG company, but you don’t need to be a fan of the films, or to even have heard of them to enjoy this game.

    It’s got vampires, Frankenstein monsters, sexy witches and some kind of blue zombie paying out the higher prizes, with fruit symbols returning the smaller wins. There’s also a fun bonus game that has punters picking from the windows of a haunted house to collect coin wins, with the chance to multiply winnings if they find the right one. WMG are not the best-known developer of online casino slots, an we have to say that the graphics of Big Ghoulies are not exactly state of the art, but that doesn’t stop it from being a fun slot machine.  

    WMG is a major supplier of lotto terminals in their local market, and it’s only in the last few years that they have moved into the realm of online and mobile casinos. As well as a selection of slot machines from WMG, operators can also make use of their i-gaming platform, making their range easily integrated into any casino site. Let’s grab this game by the Ghoulies and see what rewards we can claim.

    Monster Prizes

    The dark blue walls of a haunted house sit behind the reels, while twisted trees and a full moon give it a suitably scary appearance. It’s not that scary really, as everything is in a cartoon style, with some nice 3D effects given to each symbol. Even the soundtrack is fun to listen to, with creaking doors and evil cackles of laughter accompanying the spins.

    Cherries, apples, lemons and grapes are the lower-paying symbols, with the various monsters, and a carved pumpkin returning the higher prizes. In each case, you’ll need to land three of a kind in an unbroken run from the left side to win something. Payouts for the cherries and the lemons are equal to 5x, 20x, or 50x the line bet when either is seen on three, four, or five reels. Grapes and apples pay out 10x, 40x, or 100x, with the pumpkin and disembodied head of Frankenstein’s monster both valued at 15x, 60x, or 200x. The zombie is worth a high limit of 300x your per line stake when he lands right across a payline.

    The attractive witch is a special symbol, as she can act as others to complete combinations if needed. Along with the vampire, she’s also the highest-paying symbol, with prizes of 50x, 100x, or 500x the wager per line collected when either lands on three, four, or all five reels across an active payline.

    When the characters make up a winning combination, as well as a nice coin payout, you are treated to animations, with Frankenstein’s monster laughing along with you for example.

    Boney Bonus Feature

    Look out for the skeleton symbol in the bonus round, as he signals the end of a fun feature. It starts when at least five images of the haunted house are seen in any places across the 5x3 symbol grid. You are taken to the creepy house, where 20 windows light up the gloom. Your task if you dare, is to click these windows in any order, revealing coin prizes in each, but each skeleton in a window removes a life from the three that you start with.

    Find the ‘Bonus Bonus’ symbol (that’s not a mis-print, it’s what WMG have called it), in a window, and you can multiply all wins from the haunted house feature. This round plays out in the same cartoon style as the rest of the game, so expect fun, if slightly simple graphics and animations as you pick prizes and reveal skeletons.

    Stakes on Vampires

    Stakes and vampires don’t usually mix well, but unless you are playing the free Big Ghoulies video slots on this page, you will need to stake some cash on the game. You can activate five or all ten paylines, and just 0.01 is needed per line. This isn’t a slot for high rollers though, with a maximum possible bet of just 10.00 per spin.

    The control buttons can also be used to activate an Autoplay feature, with up to 500 spins playing out with no effort needed on your behalf. Because you won’t be able to set limits to stop these spins however, you’ll need to keep an eye on your account balance. A return to player percentage stated as ‘Greater than 90%’ doesn’t really fill us with confidence and we would prefer a declared RTP of at least 95%. It could take a bite out of your bankroll.

    It’s mobile optimised, so you can play this slot on an iPad, iPhone, Android or Windows smartphones and tablets.

    Other Bewitching Slots to Play

    Ghosts, ghouls, goblins and other creatures of the night are popular at any time of the year, but especially so at Halloween, when casinos often promote their slots themed around this special day. 

    Among the wide selection of Halloween themed slot machines to play at online casinos, you will find Bloody Love, a vampire-based game from iGaming2Go, with similar cartoon graphics. The humour includes a can of blood that looks like a soup tin, and the seductive brides of the vampire who wink at players when they complete winning lines. Free spins are the main bonus feature, but you can also choose to enter a gamble round, for the chance to double wins over and over.

    At the last count, there were no less than nine slot machines called Haunted House, but one of the top slots with this title comes from the Danish studios of Magnet Gaming. A 3x3 reel matrix reveals old rocking horses, an iron, gramophone and bulldog, all appearing in front of the gates to a creepy tumble-down mansion. In common with other games from this exciting developer, Haunted House is packed with bonus features. There’s a pick a prize rounds in the kitchen and living room, progressive jackpots to win in the storage room and respins with each win. Check this fantastic game out at some of the top online casinos today.

    A Halloween Horror?

    The nice cartoon style and animations, along with the soundtrack, combine to make this a fun game that’s got a real sense of humour about it. There are some decent opportunities to collect wins in the base games, with the fruit symbols creating on average the majority of the combinations, but in our experience, the higher prizes from the various characters are still seen quite often.

    The bonus game comes with virtually guaranteed wins, unless you are really unlucky and find skeletons on each of your first picks, and the chance to claim a win multiplier from the Bonus Bonus window is a real treat.

    The skeleton in the closet of this slot however, is the return to player percentage. It may well be 95% or more, but we wish WMG had stated it more clearly.

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