Nightmare Family Megaways Review
This game is brought to you by Max Win Gaming and the slot is distributed through Red Tiger Gaming. Judging by the features on offer, the game developer has decided to play it very safe and not push themselves out of their comfort zone.
That said, the Megaways mechanic is always a fan-favourite and the Free Spins Bonus along with the Progressive Multiplier can produce some top wins.
There’s a nice Addams Family feel to this game and that is hardly surprising given the theme and the name of the slot itself! You can look forward to some high-end graphics and cute little animations throughout your session. The sound effects are suitably spooky but fairly predictable nonetheless. All of the above is available on a range of devices including mobile phones.
As you know, winning symbols will create a Reaction and bring new ones down as they disappear. This is always a popular method for keeping us slot fans happy. There is also a Wild symbol to add a little action here and there while the Megaways mechanic speaks for itself. I was a little surprised when I saw that only 3 free spins were available but I quickly realised that the free spins bonus is actually a respin feature masquerading under a different name. You've probably seen this style of bonus round before and you'll know just how explosive the wins can grow, especially with that multiplier in play.
Taking on the Nightmare Family could bring you a potential haul of 10,000x but it comes with pretty high volatility—the official rating is 4 out 5. The hit rate is very high though so you can expect plenty of action along the way and the RTP sits a little below the average at 95.86%.
It didn't take long to work out that Nightmare Family Megaways is going for the easy option and has been put together fairly quickly just in time for Halloween. It seems like not a huge amount of thought has gone into the feature options but at least having Megaways in tow should stand it in good stead. I have to say, it's not my favorite spooky slot but it might just be yours—who am I to judge!?