Slot Review: Halloween Treasures by Realtime GamingPublished January 31, 2020 by Elana K
Halloween Treasures is the latest slot release from Realtime Gaming, and though it may be seasonal, its progressive jackpots can be enjoyed year-round.
Halloween Treasures is the latest slot release from Realtime Gaming, and though it may be seasonal, its progressive jackpots can be enjoyed year-round. In addition to the 4 jackpots that are up for grabs, players can also enjoy wilds, multipliers, a free spins round, and a max win of 50,000x their bet. Check it out at RTG online casinos.
Halloween Treasures is a 5-reel, 3-row, 243-ways-to-win slot that’s playable on all devices. With an RTP of 95% it’s a bit of a disappointment since most games today have a percentage of 96 or more. However, for low-rollers who are looking to earn a few bucks, the RTP shouldn’t make much of a difference.
There’s a spooky soundtrack accompanied by blue and orange/gold reel symbols: Lower-paying A, K, Q, J, 10, and 9 royals and higher-paying candles, potions, witch’s hats, jack-o’-lanterns, and vampires. The door to a haunted house and a gravestone act as wilds, and a crystal ball with ghosts inside acts as the scatter.
When 3 or more scatters land on the reels, the free spins round is triggered. The round awards 12 free spins and none of the lower-paying symbols appear on the reels.
The Halloween Jackpot feature can be triggered when a haunted house symbol appears during the free spins round. During this feature, 12 magical coins appear on the screen and players need to touch them to reveal the symbol of an available jackpot. If 3 matching symbols are revealed, players win the corresponding jackpot. There are 4 jackpots in total: Mini, Minor, Major, and Grand.
Players who are looking for classic Halloween fun can find it in RTG’s Halloween Treasures slot. The theme is spot-on, from the eery soundtrack to the glowing symbols, and free spins and progressive jackpots certainly provide the motivation to keep playing. Since the bets don’t get too high, the game is more suited to low-rollers than high-rollers, though all can enjoy the seasonal theme.