The Ghosts ‘n’ Gold slots game can be found at casinos offering iSoftBet software. iSoftBet are one of the newer casino software providers on the market but they have managed to tie down some impressive branded slots game contracts. As a standard iSoftBet do publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help file. As such, we can tell that the House Edge for Ghosts ‘n’ Gold is 4.05%.
Ghosts ‘n’ Gold is a 5 reel slots game, with reel 1 sitting at 3 symbols high, whilst the remaining reels are all 6 symbols high. The slot does not use traditional paylines, instead you form winways with 3888 in total.
Wilds – The Wild symbol is the “Chest”, which will substitute for all symbols other than the Bonus symbol.
Bonus – The Bonus symbol is the “Pumpkin”. 3 or 4 of them will trigger the Free Spins feature.
Valuable Symbol – The game’s most valuable symbol is the “Green Ghost”.
Wild Ghost – This is a random feature, meaning it can happen during any one of your spins. If it does happen a Ghost will move across the reels and leave behind a trail of Wild symbols, between 3-8 in total.
Free Spins – 3 or 4 “Pumpkin” symbols anywhere on the reels will award you 8 or 18 Free Spins respectively. The Wild Ghost feature is more common during the Free Spins. The feature cannot be re-triggered.
Ghosts ‘n’ Gold is the first Halloween slot of the year and if this was a competition and that competition was based purely on looks I don’t think there are many Halloween slots out there that can compete with how good this one looks. But, looks aside and there isn’t a whole lot left to talk about. You get Free Spins, Wilds and a random feature that gives you more Wilds. A re-trigger on the Free Spins might have made up for that lack of gameplay, but it is what it is. The house edge is a little higher than we would have wanted it to be. All things considered, this a decent start to our Halloween season but I’m hoping for much more over the next few weeks.
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