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House of Fun Slot Betsoft

House of Fun is an ironically named video slot about two children who stumble across a haunted house. As they quiver in the corner, the game in the center of the window reveals terrifying symbols of sorcerers, evil cats, and rusted door knockers. While it may be scary for the two kids, House of Fun is a pretty awesome experience for you! If you're feeling lucky, feel free to try out House of Fun for real money at any BetSoft casino.

In order to start playing House of Fun, set up your bet properly. Repeatedly click the wooden sign on the lower left-hand corner to adjust your coin denomination. The minimum coin size is 0.02, and the maximum is 1.00. Then, click the minus and plus signs on the Bet Per Line stone to change the number of coins per line. Finally, press the plus and minus signs next to Lines to adjust the number of active paylines. Hit Spin to begin, or press Max Bet Spin to spin all 30 lines at 5 coins per line.

House of Fun gives players three incredible features. The first is Jack Free Spins. Get three scattered mysterious jack-in-the-boxes and enjoy these free spins with the center reel completely expanded and wild! Three or more Mad Hatters on the first three paylines trigger the Mad Click Me feature, one of the most unique in the online slot industry. Just keep clicking until Collect is shown! Finally, if you get three or more door knockers on any active payline, the children will enter the house and you must help them escape to win big bucks. House of Fun's plethora of features and dark atmosphere really make it a bone-chilling good time.

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Choose Coin: Select your bet denomination.
Select Lines: Use the - and + signs to choose the number of active paylines.
Bet Per Line: Use the - and + signs to select the number of coins per line.
Spin: Spin at the selected bet per line and active paylines.
Max Bet Spin: Spin with all 30 paylines active and a bet of 5 coins per payline.

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Software Betsoft
Slot Type Video slots
RTP 95%
Special feature Scatter Free Spins
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Afi4wins 2006 reviews
Reviewed on May 25, 2017


I have always enjoyed watching horror scary movies, and I've also always enjoyed playing games themed on scary eerie things. This House Of Fun game from BetSoft looks very nice from the outside - the graphics are simply astonishing to look at. and needless to say, I had my first play on this game some years back. How long ago, gees, I cannot remember now, but that's not important anyway. What is important is that after that first play, I never played it again! Why? Hmm, after reading this review, you would know exactly why, hehehe.

As usual, this House Of Fun game plays with 30 paylines, and as usual too, there isn't any Wild symbol in the game. Argh! These BetSoft game designers must really hate Wild symbols, because they always omit them in their games! The Box is the Scatter symbol, a dumb symbol for not paying anything for itself, but getting 3 or more of them anywhere on the reels triggers 'Jack's Free Spins' game. Jack is the boy in the game, and Jane is the girl, but you already know that, hahaha. During the free spins, reel 3 becomes a Jack-in-the-box Wild Reel, not Jack the boy of course, and remains on the reel for the duration of the free spins. However, this Wild Reel doesn't double wins with it, what the argh!

The Jester is the Bonus symbol, that's the guy with the long legs, if you don't already know. It's another dumb symbol, with no payouts whatsoever for getting them, but getting 3 or more of this Jester symbol on active payline 1, 2 or 3, triggers the 'Mad Click Me' feature game. Why 'Mad Click Me'? Click on those 'Click Me' symbols and see if they don't make you mad! The cash prizes I got were so small they certainly made me mad! The Door Knocker is the Bonus symbol, another dumb one, and getting 3 or more of them on any active payline triggers 'The Escape Bonus' game. Pick one of the 5 doors to see if Jack and Jane can escape. Keep picking until they manage to escape and ends the game. Is this game any better than the 'Mad Click Me' game? Are you kidding me? It paid me even less than what that 'Mad Click Me' game did!

And finally, we come to the paytable. Without needing to elaborate on the various symbols, just let me say that the paytable for this House Of Fun game is one of the lowest I have ever come across, probably even the lowest of the lot! Getting 5 of the highest paying symbol would only pay 150 credits, which is only 5x the total bet amount! I have come across highest paying symbols that pay only 8.5x up to 10x the total bet amount, but 5x? What the argh! How the heck can anyone ever win on this game!


Well, for a scary game that I wished I could like playing, turned out to be a blardy scary game that only knows how to pay very small peanuts! Yes, those very small wins do come often, keeping my credits balance going down slowly, but what I want to see is chances of my credits balance going up, which it never could, or did. Honestly, if not because I quite like the game, I may even rate this House Of Fun game with just 1 Star! The payouts are simply that bad!
blondie 1373 reviews
Reviewed on December 1, 2015


Lately I've been playing Betsoft games a lot and have grown to like many of them and House of Horror is a game that goes in that list. I really like the fact that although the game is called House of fun, it really seems like house of horror, but I've always loved movies about old, obsessed houses, so this game is a great fit for me. Also, even though the theme is quite dark, the symbols look really interesting and quirky and this game is very entertaining.

This game has 5 reels and 30 paylines and this game is a little expensive because of the minimum coin size. But I must say that so far I haven't lost a dime on this game, it only has increased my balance. And I am really fascinated by the features it has. The most common one that I've experienced the most is escape bonus. In it you open doors to find an escape and they hold coin winnings. Usually bonuses like this pay low but in this case I've even won over 40x bet winnings. It's a really great bonus because for me it has come up around once in 100 spins, so it's a great way to boost balance.

Another feature I've triggered a lot is a Mad Click bonus. Although at first it seemed hard to trigger it, as you need 3 symbols on 1, 2nd or 3rd payline, they aren't hard to trigger. The best part, in my opinion, is that you can choose until you get "collect" symbol, sometimes I get it with my first pick but sometimes in my fifth, so the winnings can be quite decent. The winnings I’ve got from this bonus diversifies, sometimes I get 2x bet win and the most I’ve got is 20x. Then there's also free spins round, where the middle reel is wild, and I have to say this feature for me is really hard to trigger, recently I played over 600 spins and got it only once, but I think it has decent winning potential as I've had winnings over 60x bet on it.

I think that House of Fun is an entertaining game with good winning potential and awesome features. I never get bored while playing it and I have also never experienced dry sessions with it. Two out of 3 features are quite easy to trigger and can boost balance decently. This is one of my favorite games from Betsoft.
paquito76 867 reviews
Reviewed on December 31, 2014


Personally, I’m not a big fan of this illustration method what BetSoft uses and find it a little bit one-schemed but I really appreciate the work they put in their products and the noticeable purpose to make quality products.

Because of the developer we can sure that this game has a very impressive appearance and the great pictorial solutions are guarantee for the entertainment. House of Fun is a classic horror comedy slot from BetSoft where the used symbols are more funny and cute than to be terrifying and the little winning animations are also very effective and charming. We can play here with cats, paintings, candles, mirrors and none of them would be real special but with the illustrating method and because of the theme they really form a unit and have the ability to interpret well the subject of the game. I also like the background image which is very complex and it’s made by using very great graphics and colours and basically this same can be said about the reel area with great statue decorations. Practically, we get here the known BetSoft visualizations and qualities but I think these segments never were the real problems of their games.

My issues with BetSoft were always the poor paying ability of their slots. For example at this game the best paying line win is worth no more than 150 times of line bet which is far away to be considered as a good quality or I could mention here the slot doesn't uses any Wild which is also not a good sign. On the other hand the slot provides 3 different side games. 3 Jack in the box symbols anywhere on the reels trigger free spins during the whole middle reel turns into Wilds but to be honest it doesn't really help this bonus to give out real nice returns and I also dislike that the spins very slowly follow each other because of the (otherwise great) animations. The character named Mad Hatter triggers another bonus if it appears on the first, second and third paylines (not reels, it really must be on that paylines) then a single ‘pick me’ style extra session starts which lasts until a Collect is revealed. I don’t want to repeat myself but this extra’s rewarding ability is just so-so, in best case. Maybe the third feature is what I enjoy the most partly thanked to the great secondary screen. After getting 3 specified Scatters the Escape Bonus is activated where we have to find the way out from House of Fun by helping the boy and girl to find the right doors. At least this side game brings some excitement and I finally find a bonus where the profits sometimes don’t seem to be very poor.

Anyway, sometimes I really wonder how BetSoft wants to be an important participant on the market if they make products with qualities like these. Nowadays, it’s not enough to dazzle players by just great slot surfaces they should offer much more from money-wise aspect and has to have games that possess the ability to make the players believe that they have the chance to win big and play games which have some big potential in them. I never felt something like this and at the beginning of my gambling career this really determined my relationships with BetSoft.

House of Fun is no exception and proved to be a very typical BetSoft product with all of their good and negative qualities. I think players must decide the preference system because at BetSoft they just couldn't get the whole package in a single game. If someone has greater emphasis on appearance, animations, different features and keep entertained this product can be a good choice but if someone wants to win big and play with great rewarding system I can advise to move on from this game and keep looking for other slot and maybe she/he will find the perfect target at another software platform.

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