When I first heard of Play'n Go's House of Doom slot, I had a scary thought that the game might be based on a visit to my mother-in-law's place. Instead, we're given a game that is based in front of a demonic house full of skulls, crucifixes, goat horns, pentagrams, and an outright feeling of dread. Come to think of it, this game does reflect my mother-in-law's house perfectly…
House of Doom is a 5 reel, 10 payline video slot that is is set at nighttime, and is among the darkest games that I've seen from Play'n Go. The game has an array of dark icons, which include gothic standard symbols (10, J, Q, K, A) a burning rose, goat skull, crucifix, horned skull impaled by spikes, a fortune teller, pentagram, and game title symbol. All of these icons are no-doubt designed in Play'n Go's style, but are really quite dark. All of this is accompanied by heavy metal music, which blares as you score wins.
Features in House of Doom are diverse, and include wilds, scatters, free spins, win multipliers, and stacked wilds. The features end up being quite fruitful, and they seem to pop up semi-regularly, allowing you to rack up big wins. My big favourite is the House of Dooms free spins round, as you can keep adding spins if you get additional scatters during the game. At one point I started with 10 spins and ended up with more than 30 spins.
In addition to being offered on the standard desktop computers, House of Doom also has a mobile slot available, which lets you play on your smartphone or tablet. The game looks sharp, and you'll end up really digging it if you like gothic or dark imagery. So if you want to revel in some pain and the chance to score some cash prizes, I highly recommend you give this game a spin.