iSoftBet has launched Brides of Dracula Hold & Win online slot.
iSoftBet, the leading online games supplier and content aggregator, has unveiled its spooky Halloween hit, Brides of Dracula Hold & Win.
The latest instalment in the Twisted Tale series, Brides of Dracula is a terrifying Hold and Win hit. The new game is set on the grounds of Dracula’s haunted lair. It features a 5×3, 25 payline grid that brings in-game modifiers, Bonus Rounds, and more.
On any regular spin the Pick a Letter feature can be triggered. The feature offers players one of three letters to choose, each of which will represent a different modifier. These include Win Spin, Bonus Add or Wild Desire.
When five or more Moon symbols land on a single spin, the Brides of Dracula Hold & Win feature is triggered. During this mode, players are granted three Respins, with the count resetting for every successful spin.
During the Bonus round, as well as moon symbols with a cash value, there are also extra gem symbols. They can be used to activate one of four Reel Boosters.
The Cash Boost will increase all moon values in view, while Extra Life adds one more respin. Reel Boost will open up an extra row and Multiplier Boost will multiply all final cash moon values. Meanwhile, the modifiers breathe extra life into the thrilling Respins mode.
Another Hit in The Collection
Brides of Dracula Hold & Win joins iSoftBet’s collection of Twisted Tale hits, following the award-winning Moriarty Megaways™. The innovative portfolio was created to bring a new, narrative-rich perspective to iconic fictional tales.
Mark Claxton, Head of Games, iSoftBet, commented on the new release.
“Spooky season is almost upon us and we’re adding to our Twisted Tale series with Brides of Dracula. Taking inspiration from the most famous blood-sucking villain, his vampiric brides are key characters in our Hold & Win hit.
“With plenty of features, huge win potential and an entrancing theme, we’re very happy with how our latest hit has materialised, and can’t wait to see how our fans react.”