If there's something strange in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? - Ghostbusters! If there's something weird and it don't look good, who you gonna call? - Ghostbusters!
I had seen a land based version of the Ghostbusters slot game but I had no idea there was one online. The land based version is based on the movie with identical graphics and audio. The version at Twist Casino was a little different but the theme was there and I had to check it out.
This Ghost Busters slot has 20 lines and is based on the 1990’s cartoon version of the blockbuster movie. I began with 2.00 per spin. As the reels spin the classic music plays. Slimer serves as the wild symbol. Right away I hit 3 Ectomobiles and a wild for 25.00. Then I hit multiple winning combos for 53.00. It looks like I called upon the right slot game. The next decent spin had 3 wilds going up diagonally giving me several line wins totaling 19.50.
I checked the paytable to see what the bonus features were. I was happy to see free spins and a bonus game. There’s also a gamble feature which I typically avoid but I wanted to check it out so I chose to gamble a small win. I won 0.20 so I hit gamble. I was presented with 4 Ghostbuster cards. I had to beat the card shown which was a “5”. I made my selection of a King doubling my money and went to the next round. This time I needed to beat a “7”. I picked a “4” and lost it all. This is exactly why I don’t use the gamble feature. It happens every time but luckily it wasn’t much.
Just before I called it quits, I hit Slimer’s bonus. A screen launches with various items around an office. I was given 3 selections to find Slimer. I didn’t find him and didn’t even win a few credits, just back to spinning. I had decided that this spin was going to be my last. The result was more wilds and several winning combos for 14.50. That was a decent way to end.
I broke out even on this session. This slot is definitely worth checking out and I felt that it paid out pretty well. Next time you feel the urge to play, there should be no doubt about who you’re gonna call.