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5 Horrifying Halloween Slots to Sample in 2022

Posted on: March 24th, 2022

If you’ve been playing slots for a while, you’ll notice that there are several common themes. One of these is horror – slots that are meant to scare, featuring fearsome characters and atmospheric audio designed to send shivers down a player’s spine.

There are loads of scary slots out there, and they’re perfect for Halloween. Take a look below to find out our top 5 horrifying slots for 2022. You can go to to find a list of casinos with the most scary slots games on offer today.

1. Blood Suckers II
We’ll start with Blood Suckers II, which is the sequel to one of the most successful slots around. It comes from NetEnt, one of the biggest software providers in the world. As the name suggests, it’s based on vampires, with the game taking place in a scary Transylvanian castle, much like the one lived in by Dracula.

In this game, you’ll get the chance to spin in wins on 25 paylines, as well as activate the superb Blood Rose Free Spins bonus feature, during which all prizes you win are trebled!

2. Immortal Romance
This is one of the most popular online slots ever created. It’s from Microgaming, a huge name in the business, and has been around for many years. However, it’s still as popular as ever with players. It is based on vampires and has something of a Twilight vibe to it – whether this appeals to you depends on your movie preference.

Microgaming have also recently added an Immortal Romance game to their Mega Moolah series. This has a history of paying out huge prizes, some of which can be worth over £10 million!

3. Paranormal Activity
Paranormal Activity is the only online slot on this list that’s genuinely terrifying. It’s made by iSoftBet, a company with a history of making amazingly good games and has 243 ways to win. Look out for the Paranormal Event feature, which can add five wild symbols to the reels on any spin – something that could lead to a huge prize.

What’s more, this slot has three different free spins bonuses. Paranormal Free Spins feature a multiplier that keeps rising, while Possessed Free Spins have stacked wilds on the reels. Demon Free Spins feature wild transformations, which can lead to some huge prizes.

4. Beetlejuice Megaways
Beetlejuice Megaways comes from Barcrest and is based on the hugely popular movie of the same name. It offers up to 248,832 ways to win, thanks to the Megaways feature. This sees varying numbers of symbols landing on the reels on every turn. The Megaways feature is hugely popular with players and every slots fan should try it at least once!

This slot also has some other fantastic features, including free spins with an unlimited multiplier. Whether you’re a fan of the movie or not, you should definitely try spinning the reels of this top online slot.

5. Halloween Fortune II
Finally, there’s Halloween Fortune, a superb slot from Playtech – one of the largest casino software providers around. This online slot is slightly more basic than some others on this list, but that’s not a bad thing – many online casino players prefer simpler slots to those that feature loads of bonuses and other features.

However, there is one feature to mention: the free spins. During these you’ll find a locked wild on the reels, plus the multiplier rises every two spins. With 10 spins in total, this means the final two free spins see 6x multipliers added to all wins.

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