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Dracula Slot


Dracula is a 40-payline video slot running on the NetEnt software platform. The game features the world’s most famous vampire and characters which are in close relations with count Dracula. Apart from the regular wild, the game also has stacked wilds and symbols. Players can select any of the listed NetEnt casinos to play this stunningly-designed monster slot for real money.

To begin their thrilling vampire journey, players should regulate their wager first. The “Level” selector alters the bet level. “Coin Value” regulated the coin size, which goes up to 1. “Spin” initiates the game and “Max Bet” turns the reels at the highest wager. In order to automatically play the game for a number of times without interruption, one should click “Au­top­lay­”. 

When the Bat feature is triggered, bats fly in and land anywhere on the reels in a cluster formation. All bats which are in the cluster then turn into the same arbitrary symbol, including the wild card, which leads to large wins.

The Free Spins feature is activated when the stacked Dracula symbol emerges on the 2nd reel and the stacked Lady appears on the 4th reels at the same time. As Dracula reaches for the Lady, players are awarded 10 Free Spins.

Game Play

Coin Value: Decide on the coin size.
Level: Choose the bet level.
Spin: Start the game at the chosen bet.
Max Bet: Turn the reels at the highest wager.
Autoplay: Spin the reels for a number of times uninterrupted. 

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Software NetEnt
Slot Type Video slots
RTP 96.60%
Special feature Wild Scatter Free Spins
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Dracula Slot Reviews by Players


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LeoDubbed 176 reviews
Reviewed on February 11, 2017


NetEnt's Dracula is an unique game with great potential.
Dracula and vampire are two thing that always reminded to each other but what most people do not know that Dracula is just a name of a person.

Earlier I have reviewed a horror themed game called Zombies which is I really like and to be honest I like Dracula slightly more. It is not only horror themed game but there's also a small portion of romance and drama. The game does not contain story telling text but the intro and gameplay tell us enough story without using any word.

When the game first launched, there are many casinos offering free spins for new and existing players. The free spins offers were various from 5 free spins up to 100. I am a regular player so the offers I get from different casinos were very generously. Fortunately I was able to win huge on 1 particular casino who offered me 20 mega spins. What is huge? well, to me an amount above 100 euro is huge for a no deposit bonus.

Like other video slots out there, Dracula has 2 bonus features : random Dracula transformation and free spins. Whenever I play the game, the first feature I mentioned above was triggered quite often, maybe 1 out of 5 spins but not all of them were winning spin.

The free spins feature is hard to trigger but when it's triggered you will receive 10 Dracula's transformation free spins.
I did managed to get a bunch of stacked wild symbols on the first 4 reels and bats flew all over my screen! I've never been happier.

Dracula is a great game with great gameplay and an unique bonus features.
I do recommend this game if you like horror, romance and drama themed game because it has all of them but play in moderate.


I'm with NEXTTIMEWIN, the free spins feature is hard to trigger.
At some casinos the game lagged but that might be the connection to blame.
Other than these two things this game is perfect.
Skiesthelimit 3 reviews
Reviewed on October 17, 2016


Super cool graphics... Love it when he turns into a bat and changes the images on the reels!! I also like the way the lines vary per column... Super cool and love this game!!!!


Where is the double feature!! I would love to see that put in all the Netent games!!
raverbabe 559 reviews
United Kingdom
Reviewed on September 12, 2016


I've seen NetEnt's "Dracula" being discussed (or more accurately, universally panned!) on the forums recently so figured it was about time I gave it another try as I don't really remember playing it much after the handful of free spins I was given by my favourite casinos upon it's release.

Whilst the game looked familiar when I opened it, I could only theorize that it must be an entirely forgettable game overall! It looks okay, certainly in fitting with the Dracula theme but I don't find it particularly attractive - both Blood Suckers and Immortal Romance did this kind of presentation much better and those games are both fairly old now.

The game has a "Bats" feature which activates randomly on any spin (or on every spin during the free spins bonus) and changes a block of adjacent symbols somewhere on the reels into a block of matching symbols. This kind of feature usually adds extra wilds to the reels but not in this game - it can be anything from the low end Jack symbols upwards and very rarely awards a block of wild symbols.

Hitting the free spins requires you to land two stacked symbols fully in view on reels two and four which seems much more difficult than the more usual way of hitting three or more scatter symbols. It maybe just seems that way because the symbols are only present on two reels but I found it particularly frustrating when I missed out on the bonus because I had just one part of one of the stacks missing off the edge of the screen!

Potential winnings seem pretty horrible too, though I do think you need to consider the fact that if you play minimum bets you are betting just 1/2p per line rather than the more usual 1p per line minimum enforced in most games. I'm not sure why NetEnt chose to do this but I guess there are some low rollers who don't want to bet as high as 40p per spin? The game does have a high RTP figure of almost 97% but despite this I lost a big chunk of my wager over three sets of 100 spins I put through the game when trying it out, although I did all of my losses when I eventually hit my first bonus round around 350 spins in which just goes to show you really do need to play the long game if you want any chance of seeing a slot game hit its target RTP number.

Overall I didn't find Dracula to be as horrible as people had led me to expect but it is just another low variance game from NetEnt that will bleed you dry with ease if you play it for too long. This kind of game should be given just a few spins at reasonably high betsizes now and then if you want any chance of turning a decent profit.

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