Curse of the Werewolf Megaways
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Rid yourself of the werewolf’s curse and throw its scent off in this online slot game inspired by the classic horror film.
This game has six reels and gives users over 46,000 ways of winning. It was created by Pragmatic Play and the maximum payout is over 40,000x your initial stake from just a single spin!
HOW TO PLAY CURSE OF THE WEREWOLF
The online slot game is the same as most of the others when it comes to making a start. Press the spin button to set the reels in motion and try to match as many symbols as possible. You can always control the total amount of your bet anytime the reels are not moving, and winning combinations are created by matching a minimum of two symbols or more. Remember: the more matching symbols on the reels, the higher the payout.
CURSE OF THE WEREWOLF FEATURES AND SYMBOLS
This game uses creepy creatures to fit with the fantasy horror theme and they offer both higher and lower payouts. You need a minimum of three on a reel starting from the left. A, K, Q, and J are the lower-paying symbols payout for landing five of them on a reel. The higher-paying symbols include characters such as villager one, villager two, villager three, villager four, and werewolf. You only need to match at least two werewolf symbols to trigger the minimum payout.
Keep a lookout for the wild, mystery, and bonus symbols as they can award you free spins and leverage your prospects of snatching victory from the jaws of defeat. The attacking werewolf awards free spins and can only substitute the red werewolf, whereas the wild substitutes for all except the mystery, bonus, and gold wolf.
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