Spin and fun: The most exciting themed games to look forward to this fallFeature of the week
In some games there are “strategies” to follow, strategies that can seemingly bend the odds in your favour – whether these work or not, it’s up to each of you to decide. There is only one game, however, that you have no way to outsmart: when it comes to fruit machines, no strategy, no lucky charm, no spell, nothing can influence the position in which its reels stop once you give the reels a spin. With nothing you can do to bend the luck in your favour, the only option is to enjoy playing them–- and the constantly growing collection at the Red Flush is here to help. The Red Flush adds at least a couple of games to its library each month, covering a series of themes and game mechanics each time. Last month, it released two trending slot games you HAVE to play. Let’s see what it has in store for the next one.
John Carpenter’s classic horror movie was a surprisingly successful one at the time of its release in 1978. Over the years, it spawned a number of sequels, once even reuniting star Jamie Lee Curtis with his brutish stalker Michael Myers – it was the 20th-anniversary sequel to the original. Next year, Halloween turns 40 and still doesn’t show any signs of being any less significant than at its debut. To honour one of the longest-running horror franchises in movie history – and to celebrate Halloween – the Red Flush is set to release one based on the movie.
The game reaches back to the 1978 original for inspiration, featuring the characters – and the nerve-racking score – from the movie.
Austrian game developer Rabcat, known for its visually appealing games, has outdone itself this time, adapting Herman Melville’s classic novel about obsession called Moby Dick. Of course, Rabcat gave the story a bit of a fun spin – nobody likes a game that’s too serious, after all – and the result is an exciting quest on the ocean in search for the white whale.
Moby Dick will have quality graphics, quite a few fun moments, and bonuses to appeal to everyone: it’s a game that will be worth giving a try.
Because of Halloween, you can see lots of monster-themed things all over the place. One of them is Monster Wheels, a brand new game part of the Red Flush’s library. As its name suggests, the game will feature monsters, driving their race cars painfully similar to those used in Wacky Races. The drivers, in turn, are especially monstrous: werewolves, vampires, she-demons, and mummies. Scary, huh?
The game will have a special format, 128 or 288 ways to win that players can switch in-game, and all the bonuses a player might need.
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