While it may not offer up an overwhelmingly interesting layout, instead sticking to a standard five reel and three row interface, Blood Suckers does have some stellar graphics, as previously noted. This is instantly noticeable from the icons included on the reels, which includes a deadly-to-vampires bulb of garlic, a bible with a crucifix wrapped around it, a bottle of poison, and a crossbow with silver arrows. These symbols are all joined by various different incarnations of a vampire, including him transforming in to a bat, dressed as what could be mistaken for a fortune teller, and as a blonde-haired man drinking blood from a wine glass. There’s also the icon of one of his brides, complete with bat-like wings and fangs.
The included reels are accompanied by a total of 25 different pay lines, and these an be customised at your leisure to suit your own personal gaming preferences. As well as this, you can also alter your wager placed around, by using both the ‘Coin Value’ button and the ‘Bet Level’ button, which each have their own abilities. The first of these is able to change the value of a single coin between €0.01 and €0.50, while the second can change the level of your bet placed between one and four. Therefore, all players participating in rounds of this game can place a maximum overall wager of €50 per spin. The ‘Max Bet’ button can be used for this, and you can also spin the reels up to 1000 consecutive times at the same wager level with the ‘Auto’ button.