04.092018Halloween Jack: New Spooky NetEnt Slot for Halloween 2018
This Halloween is going to be the spookiest yet for NetEnt, as they have gone all-out with Halloween Jack, a dark, creepy, and almost Burtonesque slot machine that celebrates the darkest holiday of the year.
This is one of our favourite new slots, one of the few that have truly piqued our interest this year, and we were happy to delve further into it and tell you all about it.
Halloween Jack Review
Dark and foreboding music sets the scene on Halloween Jack and is played throughout. This music isn’t the endless, repetitive nonsense typically played over the back of slot machines and is actually very fitting and very atmospheric. It draws you in and captures the horror movie aesthetic perfectly.
As for the features, they include a locking and walking wild symbol and a bonus feature (unlocked via the ornate boxes) that rewards 10 free spins on an additional game screen. This game screen has three collectibles in the form of a hell hound, a pumpkin and a skull.
When they are collected they unlock additional features such as wild reels, further increasing the payout potential of this already generous bonus feature. And just like the pumpkin wild in the base game, these wild reels also lock in place and slide along with each spin, giving players more chances to win big every time they see a wild reel.
How to Play
You can find Halloween Jack on most NetEnt casinos. Look for online casinos that are either new or always updating their slots and you will find it. Of course, it’s worth noting that we are still in early September and this is a slot created for the 31st of October. So, you might need to wait for the build-up to Halloween.
Typically, Halloween slots begin to show up mid-October, before quickly fading in early November and then being completely replaced by Christmas slots by the middle of November.
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