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Universal Monsters – The Phantom’s Curse

Net Entertainment
RTP 96.57%
Play Net Entertainment Slots
Reels 5
Paylines 20
Min bet size
Max bet size
RTP 96.57
Wild symbols YES
Free spins YES
Bonus YES
Jackpot 1000 coins

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Universal Monsters – The Phantom’s Curse Slot Review

The Universal Monsters – The Phantom’s Curse slots game is produced by Net Entertainment. 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.

Does The Phantom call to you and will you be captured by his curse?

Universal Monsters – The Phantom’s Curse is a 5 reel game with 20 paylines and you can bet up to 10 coins on each payline.

There is no Wild symbol during the base game of Universal Monsters – The Phantom’s Curse.

There are three bonus features when playing Universal Monsters – The Phantom’s Curse. The first bonus feature is activated when you receive a stack of the ‘Phantom’ symbol on reel 1 and a stack of the ‘Christine’ symbol on reel 5. When this happens you will be shown 8 roses. Select the roses one at a time to reveal cash prizes. When you reveal the ‘Blocker’ symbol you will not be able to select any more roses and will be shown 3 mirrors. Select one of the mirrors to reveal a multiplier of up to 3 that will be applied to your coin win.

The second bonus feature is activated when you receive a stack of the ‘Phantom’ symbol on reel 1 and a stack of the ‘Mask’ symbol on reel 5. The symbols that trigger this bonus feature are locked in place and act as Wild symbols and all other symbols will be respun once.

The third bonus feature is activated when you receive the ‘Chandelier’ scatter symbol anywhere on reels 1, 3 and 5. When this happens you will trigger free spin mode. A rope showing 5 threads will be shown at the left side of the reels. You will receive free spins and each time you receive the ‘Masked Phantom’ symbol on a reel the corresponding thread will be cut. Once all 5 threads are cut the free spin feature ends. During the free spin the Masked Phantom symbol is a Wild symbol.


Universal Monsters – The Phantom’s Curse isn’t a classic as far as Net Entertainment games are concern. It has all the look and feel that NetEnt games usually do, but it lacks anything significantly different or interesting in terms of bonus features. Between pick and click features and unlimited free spin features, these are things that have been done many times before and lack NetEnt’s usual originality. What Universal Monsters – The Phantom’s Curse does have is an fairly attractive House Edge when playing all three Hotlines and this makes this game good value for money if nothing else.

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