Ooh Ah Dracula

Ooh Ah Dracula SLOT

Ooh Aah Dracula Slot


Available on Mobile NO
Variance low-med
RTP 96-99.00%
Pay-lines 10
Free Spin Bonus YES
Stacked Wilds NO
Expanding Wilds NO
Scatter Symbol NO
No. of Jackpot Tiers NOT APPLICABLE
Provider Barcrest
Game Type Vegas Slots
Jackpot No

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Ooh Ah Dracula review

Dracula games have been popular in the past and it’s always been good to play a game that has a bit of a bite. ‘Ooh Aah Dracula’ has previously been a successful fruit machine for Barcrest and they can count on it being so all over again. ‘Ooh Ah Dracula’ is a five-reel, 10 payline slots game and it can be played on your PC without needing any download and also on your mobile. The minimum stake in this game is £0.01 per line and the maximum stake (try not to say that too loudly when near the Count) is £50 per line meaning a maximum of £500 a spin. Just ensure your bet is one that you can afford to lose.

Symbols in the game include Dracula himself who doesn’t really look too scary in his sunglasses (I thought vampires didn’t come out during the day), his castle, the ‘Ooh Ah Dracula’ logo, the stake through the heart the 10-Ace playing cards, a woman who’s soon to have her neck bitten if she’s not careful or perhaps she’s a blood relation and a rabbit. I’m not quite sure why there’s a rabbit but there is. The main control buttons that allow you to choose your stake, how many lines you want to play, spin, the Hi Roller option and an Autoplay that allows up to 25 free spins and pops up in a grave stone. The paytable is accessed by clicking on the ‘Help’ button at the top left hand corner of the screen.

Bonus Features

Those minimum and maximum stake figures refer to the normal mode of play but if you want to, you can choose to play the Hi Roller version of the game. By doing so you can count on getting more wins because the rate of return is a fantastic 99%. You can play five spins for £20 and if free spins are triggered, you also get the Graveyard Bonus. Choose to play five spins for £30 and trigger some free spins and you’ll get the Super Graveyard Bonus. So what’s the Graveyard Bonus all about then? Well you’re shown five or six graves and if you reveal a ghost then each one earns you £1. There’s also a free spin bonus round triggered by getting three or more of the stake through the heart symbols. Three heart symbols will earn you 15 free spins to do some real damage with. Before the free spins begin, one of the symbols is chosen to become the wild symbol and give you more chance of winning. There’s no opportunity to get more free spins though during the bonus which is a shade disappointing.

If you get four of the heart symbols, this triggers off the Stake it or Leave it Free Spins. There’s two rounds of free spins, the first sees you receive 15 free spins with one symbol becoming wild. The second is even better with the free spins down to ten but the number of wild symbols up to two. Here’s the twist though, if you want to after the first set of free spins have been completed you can decide to take your winnings and forget about the second round. If you do decide to carry on, you’ll only receive the winnings from round two. Five ‘Ooh Ah Dracula’ symbols earns even more free spins. The rules are the same as for four symbols but there’s a third round with five free spins and three wild symbols. Again you can either take your winnings and gamble by going onto the next set of free spins. This is where the best strategy indicator comes into play. Apart from some garlic and a cross, this is the most helpful part of the game or is it? After the first free spins round, this rather spooky looking indicator which is a skeleton arm and hand, reveals what is the best long term decison strategically for you to make Do you collect the win or play the next round?

The hand will point to the left if it’s best to collect and to the right if the most advisable thing to do is carry on playing. Of course this doesn’t guarantee what’s going to really happen so be warned. It’s a bit like the travel agent who said you’d have a great time in Transylvania


Whereas as their Frankenstein slots game goes down the classic horror film route, ‘Ooh Aah Dracula’ is much more light-hearted. The Hi Roller mode is an interesting concept and certainly gives you the chance to get some great wins.

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