The Vampires is a 5-wheel slot with 50 paylines and a total bet that can be set as big as 5,000 per spin. That’s a huge amount and just trying to show that you shouldn’t judge a slot by its apparent features.
There’s a card gamble specialty that can be played every time you win in the base game. Guess on the color or suit of the following card to double or quadruple your gains and then repeat the rule if you’re feeling lucky. There’s a wild icon which performs as a jeweled eye and which will replace for all regular figures and then there’s a scatter which is a red rose. Settle three of these on the reels to trigger seven bonus spins. About the usual playing figures, the male vampire is the most paid, worth 10,000 for five, while the vampiress pay 3,000 for five on the reels and the castle, aka Dracula’s lair, pays 2,000.
The keys for regulating the playing controls, which are below the wheels, are awkwardly represented. Or we can say, they haven’t been done exceptionally well, but still, they’re easy to manage. There’s an Auto Start button, but you have no power to regulate the autospin feature. Although the specific figures are quite alluring, the animations that characterize each win in this game aren’t exceptionally well performed at all. Again, this is understandable because Vampires slot game is old and couldn’t cut it against the latest and glossier slots out there. Winning figures do little more than flash and turn in a fundamental way. Still, it is good.