The House of Doom game can be found at casinos offering Play ‘n Go software. Play ‘n Go are a growing providers in the industry and have a rapidly expanding portfolio of both slots games and clients. They do offer a full casino platform, but primarily seem to be used as a bolt on package for extra slots games. Play ‘n Go 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 House of Doom is 4%.
The House of Doom game has 5 reels and each reel is 3 symbols high. This game uses 10 paylines, playing from left to right.
The Wild symbol is a “Sightseer” with a crystal ball. During each spin a reel will be highlighted. Any Wild symbol that lands on the highlighted reel will automatically fill that reel with Wild symbols.
There are two bonus features when playing House of Doom. The first bonus is activated when you reveal 3 House of Doom symbols across the reels. This will provide you with 10 free spins. During these spins there will be between 2 and 5 reels that are highlighted and any Wild symbols landing on any of the highlighted reels will expand to cover the entire reel. At this point House of Doom Scatter symbols also become Wild and 3 or more Wild House of Dooms symbols allow an extra spin per symbol.
The second bonus is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Skull’ scatter symbols. When this happens the screen will fill with 15 ‘Skull’ symbols. Select Skull symbols one at a time to reveal a new symbol, combinations of which gain the player prizes. You can continue turning them until a House of Doom ‘End’ symbol is revealed. Symbols with a 1, 2 or a 3 will allow you to continue playing and will multiply your bet by the corresponding number. A 5 or a 20 will multiply and end the bet. The House of Doom symbol will also end the bet and provide the player with the bonus previously mentioned.
From a visual perspective House of Doom has a pleasing if dark aesthetic. The bonus features are fun if a little lacking in originality. The House Edge is at the high end of the spectrum for recent slots releases. This isn’t one of Play N Go’s strongest releases – there are many more entertaining games on the market with lower House Edges attached – but it’s still not a bad game and might be worth a look if your in a gothic type mood.