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Released September 2017
The Blood Eternal slots game is produced by BetSoft. BetSoft are one of the smaller slot development companies on the market at the moment and have recently started offering their own casino platform. The company was founded in 2006, entering the slots market 4 years later. Betsoft do publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help files. As such we know that the house edge for Blood Eternal is 4.97%.
The Blood Eternal game has 6 reels and each reel is 3 symbols high. The game uses traditional paylines, 30 in total, playing from left to right and right to left.
Wild – The “Wild” symbol substitutes for all other symbols, excluding the Free Spins (Vampire and Human) symbol. When substituting for bats, Wilds only act as a single bat.
Free Spins – Vampire and Human symbols are both needed in order to trigger the game’s Free Spins feature. You do this if you land a Vampire and a Human symbol next to each other on adjacent reels. Vampire symbols will only appear on reels 2 and 5 and Human symbols only appear on reels 3 and 4.
Double Bat Symbols – Combinations of “Bat” symbols can pay out well in the game. The major advantage to them is that some individual bat symbols are a pair. In theory, according to the pay table, you can land up to 12 “Bat” symbol on a single payline, if they are all “Double Bats”. As soon as you have 3 as part of a winning pay line you will receive a payout, with 12 offering you 10,000 coins.
Free Spins - If you can land a Vampire and Human next to each other on adjacent reels then the Vampire will reach out and grab its victim before you are awarded 8 Free Spins. The two symbols that triggered the feature will be held in place for the Spins and each Vampire/Human pair that you land on the reels will generate between 1 to 4 Wild symbols per free spin.
Double Up – After any win you can risk what you have earned by pressing the Double Up button. You bet half or all of your winnings and will win or lose based on the toss of a coin. You can attempt to double up as often as you like.
Everyone who plays slots games needs a vampire game in their lives. The only trouble with this is there are thousands of them out there and developers are constantly struggling to offer us anything new and innovative that fully exploits the blood curdling theme. This game looks good, maybe not amazing, but it certainly holds its own with some of the other vampire games I’ve looked at recently. The background is probably the game’s most obvious aesthetic let-down, with a few candles penetrating the darkness in an old creepy looking house. The symbols are OK, with the vampire attack when triggering the free-spins an obvious highlight of how things look here. There are free spins and wilds, with an additional bat feature, but I can’t help but feel let down by the lack of a bonus feature. The house edge is higher than we would want it to be, meaning that this game doesn’t offer the best value for money. This a solid offering but there are better vampire games out there.