House of Doom and Pay of the Dead

House-of-Doom-SlotsPlay’n Go recently released the strange and dark House of Doom Slots and it’s just as haunting as it sounds. Presumably, most players aren’t doom metal fans, but even if it’s not your thing, the imagery and music make this machine attractive. We’ve profiled other musical themed slots in the past, but hard-rocking thrashers Candlemass provided the soundtrack for this one and are definitely less known than most others.

In terms of extras, Doom Spins, Expanding Wilds, and the slightly disturbingly titled bonus round, Skull of Abyss, all offer great opportunities for complimentary credits and cash prizes. That said, it’s the visuals and the background music that keep things interesting.

Pay of the Dead SlotsThe music created for this title is completely unique, something their dedicated following will surely appreciate. Additionally, the band themselves were involved in the launch via a social media campaign and various events where fans can see them live, and for now, this game is only only at select operations so it’s an absolute treat to be one of the first to try it.

Another recent release is Pay of the Dead Slots with a decisively evil theme as it’s an homage to Day of the Dead, but surprisingly much more cheery. The music goes in a completely different direction, with more of a mariachi style, which definitely matches the cartoonish imagery.

A cute chihuahua shows up quite a bit throughout the action to serve as a special Wild when wearing a Lucha Libre mask and it also features Scatters, tons of free spin options, and high-energy multipliers. With a Return to Player percentage of 96% and maximum payout of $250,00, numerous lucrative outcomes are possible, ensuring many will want to take Pay of the Dead out for a test drive.

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