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Vampire Call

Vampire Call is a vampiric video slot designed by Betixon. Launched on November 18, 2019; similar games from the games developer include Cabaret Dancing Bones (November 2019), Diabolic Throw (August 2019), Royal Kingdom (January 2019), Pirates of Graveland (January 2019), and Queen of Dead (January 2019).

The themes include: gambling, card values, horror, card game, and medieval. Nine symbols (the hat-wearing vampire, long-haired vampire, female vampire, A, K, Q, J, 9, and 10) require three, or four, or five winning combinations in adjacent reels.

Vampire Call Characteristics

Vampire Call has twelve symbols, 1024 winning lines, win multipliers, bonus game, seven bet sizes, from X5 to X70 regular payouts, and free games.

The Vampire Call’s carved 5X4 grid is suspended from the roof using a vined wheat stalk. The skull-embedded stony grid contains, on either side, statues of horned and muscled vampires in groin clothes. The wild-haired and green-eyed vampires are dangling lanterns and looking over the medieval VIP gaming room fitted with a fireplace, alcoholic serving, drapes, and classic furniture.

Vampire Call has three special and nine ordinary symbols. Special symbols: the substitute is a silhouetted and moonlit brown “wild” medieval castle; the free games-activating scatter is a horned vampiric statue; and the bonus game-activating feature is a purple-and-cyan female “Q” vampire card.

Nine ordinary symbols: officially dressed, hat-wearing vampire; long-haired vampire; redheaded female vampire; and floral yellow A, brown K, orange Q, purple J, pickle 9, and blue 10. The Vampire Call’s total bets: $0.30 (minimum bet), $0.60, $1.50, $3.00, $7.50, $15.00, and $30.00 (maximum bet).

Below are the Vampire Call’s payouts for three to five combinations.

Three 9 or 10 or J or Q pay X5; four 9 or 10 or J or Q pay X10; and five 9 or 10 or J or Q pay X15.
Three A or K pay X15; four A or K pay X20; and five A or K pay X25.
Three female vampires pay X30, four female vampires pay X35, and five female vampires pay X40.
Three long-haired vampires pay X40, four long-haired vampires pay X50, and five long-haired vampires pay X60.
Three hat-wearing vampires pay X50, four hat-wearing vampires pay X60, and five hat-wearing vampires pay X70.
Three “bonus” cards prompt the purple-lit card-selecting bonus game, where the player picks one of the five displayed cards that reveals a random win multiplier.

More than three “scatter” vampires offer ten free games whose winnings have X2 win multipliers. The regular maximum win is X70, which—for the $30.00 bet— amounts to a $2100.00 non-progressive jackpot.

The Vampire Call software features: JavaScript and HTML5 technologies; full screen; and supports both mobile and desktop versions.

The supported languages: English, Germany French, Italian, Romanian, Greek, Indian, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Lithuanian, Swedish, Japanese and Russian.

Music background: dark gothic music. Sound effects: rustling fireplace and clinking. Animated 3D graphics include statues swinging lanterns, vampires swaying heads, gushing coins, and blazing fire.

Luck in Vampire Call

Vampire Call is a game of luck. Its RTP and house edge are unspecified.


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