The Frankenstein game can be found at Net Entertainment casinos. Net Entertainment do make the house edge information of their slots games available and this can be found in the help files of the game (usually accessed by pressing the ‘?’ button at the bottom left of the game window). Net Entertainment games appear to only have one setting.
Both Come On! and Unibet list the house edge of Frankenstein as between 3.3% and 29% depending on how many lines you play, with the lowest house edge only available when playing the maximum number of lines.
Based on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and more specifically on the old Universal Studio movie, this game features all the classic characters and themes.
This game is a 5 reel game, with 20 paylines and you can bet up to 10 coins on each payline.
There is only one bonus feature in this game, but the wild symbols serve as a second form of bonus feature. When you receive either and ‘Fire Wild’ or a ‘Lightening Wild’, once the reels stop spinning these wild symbols spread out over two adjacent symbols turning them into wild symbols as well.
The bonus feature is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Windmill Scatter’ symbol turn up anywhere on the reels. This activates complimentary spins. While in free spin mode, every spin is guaranteed a ‘Fire Wild’ symbol randomly somewhere on reels 2, 3 or 4.
This was an entertaining game and the wild symbols certainly made it more exciting, it’s just a shame that the bonus features lacked player interaction.
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