Launching in time for Halloween and the subsequent Day of the Dead celebrations next month, Amusnet has released its latest slot title, Dancing Dead.
Day of the Dead
Dancing Dead is a 5×3 reel slot with 20-paylines and a maximum win of up to x600 the player’s stake.
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Low value symbols are represented by playing card royals, with Jacks, Queens, Kings and Aces. These symbols can offer between x0.25 and x5 the player’s bet, depending on the number of winning combinations that land on a single spin.
Next up, chilli peppers, maracas and tequila depict the medium value symbols, offering between x1 and x10 the player’s preferred bet.
High value symbols come in the form of female and male characters celebrating Día de Los Muertos. If the right number of paying combinations fall on a single spin, these symbols can offer between x0.25 and x30 the player’s wager.
Scatter guitars are available on reels one, three and five, triggering the pick me bonus game if three land on the same spin. This will also result in a payout worth x5 the player’s stake.
Lastly, wild skulls can appear on reels two through four, substituting for all symbols other than the guitar scatters.
In the pick me bonus game mode, players are presented with two dancing skeletons to pick from per round. These skeletons can either reveal prizes ranging from x1 to x50 the player’s bet, or a collect function that returns players to the base game.
Players will hope to run through as many game rounds as possible before selecting the ‘collect’ skeleton to win as many cash prizes as possible. A total of 11 skeletons are available across the total number of bonus game rounds.
The jackpot cards game mode is also available, triggered randomly after any winning spin in the base game.
For this jackpot feature, players are shown 12 hidden playing cards. Four progressive jackpot prizes are available, represented by the four playing card suits.
Players will select from these 12 cards until they have chosen three cards of the same suit, receiving the respective jackpot prize offered by that suit.
Additionally, on any win lower than x35 their stake, players can gamble their payout with a double-or-nothing jackpot card feature.
With this gamble, players must guess whether the jackpot card will land as red or black, doubling their winning bet if they guess correctly.
To have a go at the Dancing Dead demo, click here.