Dracula's Castle Slots Soon Coming to an Online Casino Near You

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Jan/02/2018

Online casino game developer Wazdan Limited is set to unveil its new Dracula’s Castle slots game.

The vampire-themed game will come with five paylines across five reels.

OnlineCasinoReports.com writes:

The company makes it work even with just five paylines, because the game features rather impressive graphics, with reels set on the backdrop of Dracula's Castle and symbols appearing on the reels representing Dracula himself (wild), a couple of female vampires, tombstones, and unavoidable bats.

The game will offer the potential for big payouts with wild Dracula symbols expanding to fill the reel when creating winning combos.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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