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Trick or Treat

As a kid the best part of Halloween is trick or treating; come to think of it that's probably the best part when you've grown up to! This three reel video slot includes plenty of themed action with a wild witch and pumpkin inspired bonus round.

Trick or Treat Theme

Trick or Treat is presented in a similar way to a modern day Vegas Slot. It has all the hallmarks such as a curved top, integrated paytable and raised buttons. There's even a pantomime bandit arm and speakers as well as two other machines either side of the one you are using for effect.

A witch is displayed above the reels; she looks pretty menacing but we're pretty sure she's there to help (we'll talk more about that later). Other themed icons include gravestones and pumpkins whilst jewels, bar and triple bar icons complete the overall graphical lineup.

Betting Options and More Functions

Players are able to choose bets that range from 0.01 to $30 per spin. This makes it a very versatile slot that caters for most budgets. In fact some casinos also offer free play, so you can either try before you buy or just play for fun.

You may have also noticed that auto play has been included. This is a fairly big deal because classic slots seldom offer this function. It's great if you prefer this type of play.

Trick or Treat Slot Features

The not so wicked witch is wild on this slot which allows her icon to substitute for any other. This not only creates more winning strings but also doubles them in size too. If two wilds are used the win won't be doubled, but quadrupled instead!

The bonus pumpkin won't appear on screen unless you're using triple coin wagers. Only then can it potentially appear to trigger the bonus game. This loads a pick N win game above the reels which awards instant bonus prizes.

Our Take on Trick or Treat

Trick or Treat combines the best bits of classic and modern gaming. This means it offers an easy to use format with added bonus goodies on top. It also includes a $24,000 maximum jackpot, so even big prize hunters are catered for. Try your luck on Trick or Treat at any of the casinos listed below.

Play and Payment Details

  • 3
    Reels
  • 1
    Pay lines
  • $24,000.00
    Max cash jackpot
  • N/A
    Payout percent
  • Yes
    Wild symbol
  • Yes
    Multiplier
  • $0.01 - $30.00
    Betting range
  • 0.01 - 10.0
    Coin bet range
  • 3
    Coins per line
  • No
    Progressive
  • 2400
    Max coins jackpot
  • 3
    Max coins
  • No
    Scatter symbol
  • No
    Free spins available
  • Yes
    Bonus game

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