Blood Suckers Slot Review
Blood Suckers is definitely one of the most-popular slots in NetEnt's portfolio. Not only does it feature the always-popular vampire theme, but the graphics are excellent and the return-to-player percentage is extremely high (discussed later). The animations are also done quite well, but be forewarned that they can be pretty gory. But if you don't mind gore and you're into the Dracula genre, then you should definitely keep reading as we discuss Blood Suckers' betting options, features and RTP.
Blood Suckers Slot Details
Beginning with betting options, you can change coin size from €0.01-€0.50, paylines from 1-25 and the "Bet Level" (coins per line) from 1-4. You can bet as little as €0.01 and as much as €50.00 per spin when everything is maxed out.
Moving to the symbols, you'll see a crossbow, garlic, bible, holy water, demon woman, green vampire, blood-drinking vampire, gypsy vampire, undead bride (scatter) and a stake & hammer (bonus). There's also a wild symbol, which is a vampire biting a young woman's neck (gory animation warning); wilds substitute for all other symbols except the scatter and bonus.
Blood Suckers Slot Features
The best feature in Blood Suckers is the Vampire Slaying bonus round, which is activated when you get 3 or more stake & hammer symbols on the reels. You'll be whisked away to a tomb, where you open coffins and kills as many vampires as you can. There are 12 total coffins, and the goal is to keep finding vampires to slay without opening an empty coffin.
The other special feature involves the undead bride scatter symbol. She not only multiplies wins by 2x (2 symbols), 4x (3 symbols), 25x (4 symbols) and 100x (5 symbols), but also offers 10 free spins when appearing on the reels three or more times.
Blood Suckers Slot Payout (RTP %)
As if the special features, good graphics and eerie theme aren't enough reason to like Blood Suckers slot, the RTP is 98.0%. This is one of the highest-paying online slots that you'll find anywhere. And, as we’ve discussed up to this point, the extra frills easily make Blood Suckers one of NetEnt’s best games ever.