The theme of this slot has a dark design and sound effects that include mysterious music, both very appropriate for a game starring two of the most sinister creatures of the underworld.
Its structure is 5 x 3 reels and it is provided with 20 paylines; you can also choose credits from $0.02 upwards and also choose between paying one to five credits per spin.
Although “Vampires vs. Werewolves” is a fairly simple and easy to play slot, it is equipped with a couple of special features that flow very naturally throughout our session and usually give moderate but quite fair prizes in my opinion, this taking into account that the performance of this slot during the base game is quite acceptable.
The first feature is a random and instant prize that is paid every time they appear simultaneously a vampire on reel 1 and a werewolf on reel 5; in this case, they are also paid each crucifix icon that appears attached to any symbol on all the reels at that time.
The other feature is a bonus round where you choose vampire or werewolf to move along a path by tossing a die and collecting all the prizes all the way long, and if you reach the end, the total prize is 500 credits; basically, you find only four obstacles on the way and I think there are very good chances to get to castle or cave located at the end of the road.
My perception of this game is quite positive because personally, I haven’t experienced long slumps and additionally the paytable looks strong enough, so waiting until the arrival of one of the two special features has not been torture for me, and in the end, I could even leave the game with some profits.
In some websites and forums related to slots and casinos, I find that this slot is usually rated above the average and also find very positive feedback, and as far as I'm concerned, “Vampires vs. Werewolves” is a slot with pretty fair payouts and really think it is also an enjoyable game, worthy of a try.