Spooky Carnival Review
Seasoned slot ghouls might be reminded of Devil’s Trap. when they open up Spooky Carnival. It’s got a very similar look and feel, but the Spooky Coins give this game an edge in my opinion. If you love slots of this ilk, then why not try them both on for size?
The setting is an old, abandoned carnival at night but ironically, the colours in the game area are rather bright. There’s not much going on in the way of graphics, but the game’s visual presentation is still inviting enough. The music is a bit of a rip-off from the theme from The Addams Family, which actually sounds ok, but with each drop of symbols, the volume is lowered, and this gets pretty annoying after a while.
One of the game’s advantages is its simplicity, which is another way of saying that the features are limited. That being said, the few features that the game has are quite fun. The ever-accumulating Spooky Coins seem to fall very frequently, too, so you might find that you often have standard pay symbols replaced with Wilds. Perhaps given the game’s medium volatility, I often felt I was unlocking or winning something, even though the financial gains were fairly modest.
There are only 10 paylines, the RTP is a little below average at 95.68% and the max win is only 1,530x. However, as mentioned above, the game didn’t feel stingy, and the bonus round seemed like a fairly frequent occurrence. Hopefully, your time with this game will be just as action-packed!
Spooky Carnival is very basic but nonetheless enjoyable. It offers only a very modest max win, but at the same time, it’s got decent win potential. As with all games, it’s got its pros and cons! If you’re after something simple but with engaging gameplay, this might very well be for you. If you’re more inclined toward visually stunning slots with bags of features, well, this one might scare you away.