Face the Blood Suckers and claim your prize…
Amilia, a young descendent of a once-powerful vampire family, has returned to her childhood home on a quest to uncover the treasure of her ancestors and get revenge on the vampire slayers who destroyed them. If you’re brave enough to enter this brand new NetEnt slot and follow her, she might just reward you for it…
The eerie soundtrack and beautiful graphics will sweep you away into a dark and mystical world, chilling you to the core before you even set one foot inside the gates. Keep an eye out for coin wins unlocked by two or more scatter symbols as you make your way across the five reels and 25 paylines – and if you’re lucky enough to find at least three, you’ll unlock ten Blood Rose extra spins, which come with a multiplier of x3 on all wins.
Three or more bonus symbols, starting from the left, on consecutive reels will activate the Hidden Treasure bonus game. Starting with four bonus symbols means that all wins will be multiplied by two, but activate it with five and your wins will be tripled. Here, you will be offered coffins and chests – to succeed, you must make the right choices to find the key symbol, revealing coin wins as you go. The key symbol will move you to the next level – and if you find it on the last level, you’ll receive 1000 coins multiplied by your bet. Finding three scatters during the round will earn you ten more extra spins at the end of the bonus game; just don’t let the demon catch you, or your journey will come to an abrupt end.
There’s also the scatter shot feature to assist you with your quest. With this, one extra scatter symbol can be awarded, unlocking ten extra spins and allowing all medium win symbols on the reels to award wins of between 10 to 100 times the bet level – and keep an eye out for the bonus shot feature, where one extra overlay bonus symbol is awarded on reels one, two or three.
If you’re ready for a quest you’ll never forget, then play Blood Suckers II!
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