With a name like House of Doom the reels here weren’t going to be filled with rainbows and unicorns. There’s a dark, brooding feel to the design here. With the haunted looking House of Doom in the background, you’ll see pentagrams, crosses, roses and goat skulls spinning around the reels alongside the flame red playing card values.
The goat skull is the top paying standard symbol, awarding 70 times your stake if you land 5 on a line. The mysterious masked seer is the wild – land 2, 3, 4 or 5 of these on a line and you’ll pocket 0.5, 5, 25 or 100 times your stake. During every base game spin, 1 reel is highlighted. If a wild lands on that reel, it will expand and turn the whole of the reel wild.
Land the House of Doom scatter on reels 1, 3 and 5 and you’ll trigger the Doom Spins feature – 10 free spins are awarded here. The House of Doom symbol becomes a second wild during these free spins. You can re-trigger more free spins indefinitely too. Between 2 and 5 reels are highlighted during the feature which offer plenty of opportunities to land stacked wilds.
Land the Skull on the middle 3 reels on the same base game spin and you’ll trigger the second feature, the Skulls of Abyss Bonus Game feature. It’s a pick me round that awards cash prizes of up to 20 times your stake for each pick, extra picks, multipliers of up to 3x or a free spins trigger.
House of Doom has the potential to be a fiery game. The variance here is high so expect plenty of big swings – you can win 2,500 times your stake on every spin/free spin too. The best hope of landing a biggie comes via the Doom Spins feature where the extra wilds and the highlighted reels can combine to excellent effect.
A night at a metal club would be our idea of hell – we could cope with some time in the House of Doom though. Combining good design with some interesting extras, this slot game is certainly no horror show. For that, I would recommend the frightening Paranormal Activity from iSoftBet.