After a quick look it’s easy to see why so many people are drawn in by this game. The presentation style is incredibly cartoonish, and the characters themselves are cute little monsters of all sorts that help you win cash as they assemble on your reels. You won’t need to worry about these guys actually scaring anyone with their silly appearance because there isn’t anything frightening about them at all- but don’t let that fool you into thinking it doesn’t have its own kind of charm! The carnival horror music playing continuously only adds more fun than frightful atmosphere while also adding credibility for those who like darker themes too, creating an intriguingly playful experience sure to entertain just about everyone.
You will enjoy the simple graphics and simplistic mechanics of this game. The game operates on a standard five-reel, three-row grid with the lower value icons being made up from the generic 9 – A symbols. There is a good spread when it comes to betting limits which range between £/€/$0.50 and generous £/€/$100 per spin and a high RTP of 96.6% makes sure there will be plenty of opportunities for wins.
When you play this game, there are two types of symbols. The first type is the traditional symbol that rewards a win when three or more appear on any row across the reels but for higher value monsters, they can split and where just one monster previously existed it now has up to five! This number of additional creatures appearing in each respective slot will be decided randomly with multipliers based on how many parts were created from splitting occurring within a single spin. You may land 25 monsters all at once if your luck holds out which means 300x your stake!
The free spins round is activated by landing three of the swivelling, disembodied eyeball symbols. Depending on your risk tolerance level, pick between each of the monster icons – which offer higher rewards but fewer spins versus a lower prize pool but with more hits depending on what suits you best!