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Cursed by wolfs, NetEnt’s new The Wolf’s Bane™ slot is a must-play this Halloween

Halloween can begin now NetEnt’s newest addition to the wide series of scary-themed video slots has arrived with The Wolf’s Bane™ slot! Make the werewolf your new best enemy and spend your Halloween beneath a full moon in a cursed 18th-century village! Be the brave one that stays around while the old village is cursed from north to south, and east to west, just to get to those Free Spins with an amazing four different Free Spins feature available while a pick-and-click bonus game has been added to the game as well.

Werewolves rule the NetEnt Casinos this Halloween!

There’s no way you can pass Halloween without giving the new The Wolf’s Bane™ slot a try! I know Blood Suckers™, Blood Suckers 2™, Universal Monsters Dracula online slot™, Mythic Maiden, and Halloween Jack™ are highly recommended, but none of them brings the frightening sounds of Halloween forward as The Wolf’s Bane™ slot is doing!

NetEnt recently decided to change the video slot’s game, so the one-hour soundtrack of The Wolf’s Bane™ slot disappeared from NetEnt’s YouTube channel, but the fact it was published in the first place, proves that the background sounds are worth listening to. Without a doubt during Halloween’s night, but if you feel like listening to crying wolves and creaking doors while walking the dog, be my guest!

The Wolf’s Bane is a beautifully designed slot that will make your hair stand on end. It’s launch has been timed to coincide with Halloween but it’s a game with a classic theme that we expect to have great longevity and wide appeal thanks to its proven game mechanics,“ said Bryan Upton, NetEnt Director of Games.
The Wolf's Bane™ slot

The Wolf’s Bane™ slot

I gave the new Halloween-themed video slot a try at Fun Casino and the first thing I noticed was the sound effects. The Wolf’s Bane™ slot is indeed enriched with the scariest sounds which truly adds to the Halloween slot experience. Add to that some rich animations, especially when the 18th-century village ends up in the hands of the werewolves who have no other intention than to still their hunger, despite the innocence of the villagers.

The game is packed with fanged, clawed menaces, part of an ungodly pack of wolfish creatures, but that’s not all there’s to experience when playing the new The Wolfs Bane™ slot at the NetEnt Casinos from today on. While the hungry werewolves feed themselves haunting the poor villagers, you can feed yourself with the many slot features available including Wild substitutions, Free Spins (with four different Wild symbols) and a bonus Pick-and-Click feature.

It all starts with the Scary Wild which will substitute for all other symbols except Scatters and Bonus symbols. The Wild isn’t scarce at all and appears on the reels quite often, but it doesn’t bring anything special. At least, not yet! Bonus symbols and Scatters are a different story as three of each activate either the Pick-and-Click feature or the Free Spins feature.

Ghostly red moon Scatters will be responsible for the activation of the Free Spins feature after which a Wild is randomly chosen. The Wild feature picked beforehand can appear anywhere on the reels and include Regular Wilds, Expanding Wilds, x2 Multiplier Wilds or Spreading Wilds, one for each stage of a werewolf’s transformation. During Free Spins, an Overlay Wild symbol randomly appears on reels 1-3 in every spin and works the same as the active Wild feature.

Three of the Bonus Symbols, planted anywhere on the reels in The Wolf’s Bane™ video slot, will be responsible for the activation of the Pick-and-Click feature where you choose one of the bonus symbols to reveal a coin win.

Try your luck on this new spooky video slot in which the eerie atmosphere is increased by the blood-red full moon, illuminating the reels, which are haunted by nightmarish nurses, creepy clairvoyants, ghastly gravediggers and scary soldiers.

By on 24 October, 2019